An accomplished travel writer, Angie’s work appears in many travel, adventure, inflight magazines and in various coffee table books. Her latest book “The Boys in the Waka ama” (Penguin Random House) is due for release January 2020. She is also working on a collaborative creative writing project with Immigrants to the Bay of Plenty.
HELPING HARMONY - THERE’S MORE THAN ONE WAY TO SAVE A WHALE
Haunted by the death of a young Orca, Nikora Ahipene devotes his life to their study and preservation. Nine-year-old Ciara is also fascinated by these great mammals. After hearing Nikora speak to her class she decides to adopt an orca of her own. It’s not long before Nikora, Ciara, conservationists and local iwi collide when an orca pod strands on a narrow estuary.
Suitable for 7-10 year olds.
the farmyard idol
There is frenzy in the farmyard when the animals see a sign "Searching for a Farm Yard Idol" nailed to the cowshed door. They set off for the auditions, keen to show off their talents and support one another. But will all the judges be impressed?
The Farmyard Idol is a "Read and Colour" book ideal for reading aloud. Perfect for a chorus of classroom voices The illustrations are only partially colored leaving the child with the option to complete the art work. Comes with a series of four tear-out postcards for children to colour and post.
39 brighton street
In 1925 Maria Concetta and Guiseppe Famularo arrived in Island Bay, New Zealand from the tiny volcanic island of Stromboli. Eighty-five years later, Maria Concetta’s youngest son Dominic, alone and unwell, moved into a rest home. As if guided by the spirit of her great-aunt, the author arrived at 39 Brighton St, uncovering its hidden secrets, discovering her history and reflecting on her own life and future.
39 Brighton St is the fusion of an Italian heritage, person experiences and self-reflection linked with recipes, poetry and historical facts.