This exquisite look-and-find New Zealand native wildlife story is inspired by the incredible history of New Zealand's flightless bird -the takahē. The takahē was once thought to be extinct, but it was miraculously rediscovered in 1948 in the Murchison Mountains of Fiordland - showing just how good the takahē is at hiding!
Children will become enthralled by searching and looking very closely for the takahē throughout the book; could the takahē have been on every page all along?
From award-winning author and illustrator Helen Taylor who wrote the playful Kakapo Dance children's book.
Author: Helen Taylor
296mm x 210mm