By Drewery, MelanieIllustrated by Simpson, SuzanneTranslated by Rangitauira, Kanapu
Nanny Mihi's grandchildren excitedly visit her every school holidays. Only this time they arrive with colds ... Nanny takes the kids around her forest and garden, showing them plants that can make them feel better. They find kawakawa and make tea, manuka to put in the bath and cl...ear their stuffy noses, koromiko to help their headaches, and cabbage tree leaves to help with the cuts and scratches they get in the forest. By the time they're well, Nanny is tired and scratched from their foraging - and the kids know just what she needs! This latest in the popular Nanny Mihi series features an all-new illustration style and a spread of information about the medicines growing around us.Read more
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Melanie Drewery (Ngati Mutunga) works as a potter and writer from her home in Mapua, Nelson. She is an established children's writer with over 20 titles to her name, including Nanny Mihi and the Rainbow and Nanny Mihi and the Bellbird. Suzanne Simpson is an artist who has illustrated numerous picture books and educational texts for children. She lives with her family in Titirangi, Auckland. Kanapu Rangitauira (Te Arawa, Ngati Porou, Te Whakatohea) is a registered translator and teacher of te reo. He lives with his whanau in Rotoiti, Rotorua.
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