Te Hauhake a Nanny Mihi

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Written by Melanie Drewery | illustrated by Suzanne Simpson | translated into te reo Māori by Kanapu Rangitauira

When her mokopuna arrive for the spring school holidays, Nanny enlists their help to plant her garden. As they return each season, the kids see their labours bear fruit. By winter there is nothing in the garden, but the products of the harvest have gone into a soup that ‘tastes like spring and summer and autumn and winter’!


The fast-growing Nanny Mihi series is becoming a perennial for tamariki in Aotearoa. This second fully bilingual text in the Nanny Mihi series is about gardening, publishing just in time for Matariki and extending the taiao connection from Ngā Rongoā a Nanny Mihi.

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