About the Book:
The Prime Minister visits Nan with a special request. There is something happening in one of the National Parks, people and animals are disappearing, and she needs Nana to find out why.
Junior Fiction Series - large novel format, 8 chapters, with 1-2 black and white images per chapter.
About the author:
Tim Tipene was adopted into the Waitai-Tipene whanau as a toddler. He was raised in two cultures, NZ Maori and NZ European. Tim's immediate family were abusive and violent. His biological father was a convicted predator and violent offender who spent much of life behind bars. It was only with the extended whanau that he felt loved.
Expelled from high school Tim went through a number of jobs, homes and relationships before he managed to find help to address his past.
Since 1994, Tim has been changing lives through his acclaimed Warrior Kids programme, his award-winning books and his inspirational talks. Tim has appeared on television and radio, and in various magazines and newspapers.
He overcame his abusive and violent childhood, broke the cycle, and has spent his life transforming the lives of others.
- About the Illustrator
Izzy Joy is a young but experienced illustrator. “My personal artwork is definitely about connecting people with each other and with nature … uplifting people, especially young women, and raising understanding and compassion toward people that are struggling in life” Izzy remarks. Izzy’s works include The Story of Rangi and Papa (Zine) and Io Wahine (Zine).
Pipi and Pou and the 100 Legs of Terror
About the book:
Other Books in the Series:
Pipi and Pou and the Tentacles of the Deep
Pipi and Pou and the Raginging Mountain
Pipi and Pou and the River Monster