From the author of "Wreck this Journal", Keri Smith's "How to be an Explorer of the World" is an invitation to rediscover the world around you. Artists and scientists analyze the world around them in surprisingly similar ways, by observing, collecting, document... read more
|Series:||Putting the Planet First|
From recycling drinking water to green transport links and renewable energy sources, cities can be adapted and built to be sustainable in all sorts of ways. In Putting the Planet First: Sustainable Cities, discover how people around the world are working all t... read more
PUBLICATION MAY 2017
|Author:||Brooke Digiovanni Evans|
Art & Artists
|Reading Level:||Children's - Grade 1-2, Age 6-7|
From Chagall to Renoir and from Boston to Paris, kids search famous paintings to complete a checklist of things to find in each. Art You an Art Sleuth? You probably are. Each of the twenty full-page paintings, drawn from museums around the world, are fu... read more
PUBLICATION JULY 2016
Art & Artists
|Series:||In the Picture with|
This title looks at the life and works of Edouard Manet, including an examination of paintings such as Music in the Tuileries Gardens, Monet in his Floating Studio, Le Dejeuner sur l'Herbe (The Luncheon on the Grass), A Bar at the Folies-Bergere, Gare Saint-Lazare... read more
PUBLICATION APRIL 2017
Board & Cloth Books
A groundbreaking set of visual opposites for the toddler set, featuring the popular art of Ellsworth Kelly.
Ellsworth Kelly's paintings and sculptures take center stage in this creative visual presentation of opposites. The pairings range... read more
PUBLICATION MARCH 2018
Hardback Picture Books
The kingdom of Mirador is terrified of a monstrous, fire-spewing beast that lurks just outside the village walls. No one has actually seen the creature except for the king, whose constant reminder of impending danger turns ... read more
Get in the frame with 100+ exciting art activities
Bursting with art activities, this fun new edition of the Art Activity Book aimed at young New Zealanders is sure to please – both children and their teachers and caregivers.
This new edition ... read more
You can all stop lamenting the demise of 2013's The New Zealand Art Activity Book because Te Papa Press have just released a new edition and it's excellent. Over 100 brand new activities, 15 brand new artworks by New Zealand artists and 50 other historical and ... read more
There's something irresistible about a skyscraper. It can reshape an entire city skyline and from the building's top floors, people can see the world from a different perspective. Travelling from New York City to Dubai, from London to Shanghai, and from ... read more
This book is packed with the most well-known paintings from the Impressionists. You'll learn about the painters themselves, the inspiration behind their art, and how they influenced each other to produce some of the best-loved paintings ever made.
PUBLICATION MARCH 2018
We all remember what it was like to be a child in a crowded art museum. It was hard to see, let alone appreciate the art. It got tiring. And there was so much else to look at!
That's the lesson of this ingeniously simple yet profound book about art. It is everywhere-from... read more
Playful and beautifully put together, My Museum explores how there is art everywhere, waiting to be discovered. Not just on the walls and plinths of a museum but in the shapes of our bodies, the patterns of light, the colours of clothes.
This book has no words, except for... read more
This is your chance to get the inside track on the hottest street scenes today. - Incredible installations - Hot video links - Inspirational photos - Star artists - Art styles Could you be a street art star of the future? EDGE Street Art is written specifically for readers who stru... read more
PUBLICATION AUGUST 2017
A beautiful and informative alphabet book created in association with the National Galley - perfect for children and adults alike.
See the sights of the National Gallery as never before - through the eyes of award-winning illustrator Paul Thurlby. From Da Vinci to Monet, from me... read more
PUBLICATION NOVEMBER 2017