The Gecko Collection
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The Goodnight Gecko:
A little gecko surprises his mother by telling her he doesn’t want to come out at night, that he prefers the day “…when it’s sunny and bright.” Mother gecko explains that night time is the best time for geckos, and reassuringly introduces him to some of the delightful sights of a Hawaiian night.
For over 35 years, this much loved Hawaiian children’s bedtime story has charmed little ones and their parents.
Gecko Hide and Seek:
In Gecko Hide and Seek, young readers are invited to find the geckos amongst the array of tropical scenes as they appear in ever-increasing numbers, from 1 to 10.
Counting skills are consolidated at the end of the book: “Now that you’ve found ONE to TEN, You can add them up again!”
How the Geckos Learned to Chirp:
Pono, a caterpillar, has moved to a new home in a little koa tree and the geckos that live there do not immediately accept him because he is different. Little do they know how different Pono really is! Join them as they find out more about Pono, but mostly more about themselves.
How the Geckos Learned to Chirp is written by Gill McBarnet's husband and daughter, Terry and Tara McBarnet.