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  • Reo Pēpi e kōrerorero ana-Discussing Reo Pēpi

    Could you tell us about the dual language books that you have written and published? We have six titles, and we work under the publishing name Reo...
  • Tō māua hē! Our Mistake!

    Kia ora koutou! Ngā mihi ō te tau hau. Unfortunately we have not had a very positive start to 2019 with discovery of a disappointing printing mist...
  • Nau Mai Pēpi!!! Welcome Kuini!!!

    Nau mai pēpi ki te ao marama, te ao tūroa, te ao aroha!
    Very exciting news from te whare o Reo Pēpi!
  • Meri Kirihimete me ngā mihi o te tau hou! Merry Christmas and all the best for what comes next!

    Kia ora koutou! We have had such a tino toritori year! Like many of you will be, we are wondering where the time went? Remember when we launched ...
  • Kia kaha te Reo! Te wiki o te Reo Māori 2018! People get ready!

    Who's preparing for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori?
    This years theme is "Kia Kaha te Reo Māori"!
  • Matariki 2018

    With the exciting resurgance of Matariki being celebrated, new information is coming our way to help us better prepare and observe Te tau hou Māor...
  • The Storylines National Festival Tour 2018-Te Matau ā Māui-Hawkes Bay

    E hika! What an honour! To be invited on the Storylines National Festival Tour! When Ngā Tae-Colours was chosen for the Stoylines Notable Book L...
  • Toitū-Reo Pēpi at The Otago Eary Settlers Museum

    Kirsten and I both love our cities heritage-Māori and Pākeha so we were stoked to be asked to come along to our favourite museum Toitū. We spent a ...
  • ROYAL PĒPI!!! Ngā Āhua-Shapes goes to the palace!

    We were honoured (read floored) to be included in a very special Pēpi pack just recently!
  • Ngā Tae-Colours Storylines Notable Book List 2018

    Reo Pēpi are honoured to be featured on the 2018 Storylines Children’s Literature Notable Book List, for the highest quality books in four genres ...
  • NZ Listener Children's Top 50 Books

    Rua-Series 2 has been included in the NZ Listener Top 50 Children's Books!
  • Ngā Pēpi, Ngā roro me Ngā pukapuka! Babies, Brains and Books!

    Nō hea kākano iti, e puawai ana he Kauri. From a small seed, a tall tree will blossom. A baby's brain is only 15% formed at birth-further develop...