• Brouwer, J., &  Daly, N. (2023). Reo Rua Pukapuka Pikitia:Whānau drawing on their community cultural wealth to create strategies for developing Te Reo Rangatira. Early Education Journal, 68,(Autumn), 4-11.
  • Fuimaono, A., Daly, N., & Kelly-Ware, J. (2023). Talanoa, vā and picturebook pedagogy to support Pacific identities in a kindergarten setting. Early Education Journal, 68,(Autumn), 12-19.


  • Brouwer, J., & Daly, N. (2022). Te Puna Pukapuka Pikitia: Picturebooks as a medium for supporting development of Te Reo Rangatira with kindergarten whanau. Early Childhood Folio, 26(1), 10-15. https://doi.org/10.18296/ecf.1103
  • Daly, N., Kleker, D. & Short, K. (2022). Children as language inquirers: Developing working theories through acts of inquiry. Language and Education, 36(3), 226-242. https://doi.org/10.1080/09500782.2021.2020810
  • Daly, N. & McKee, R. (2022). Putting NZSL on the page: Multilingual/multimodal picturebooks in New Zealand. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism25(9), 3475-3488. https://doi.org/10.1080/13670050.2022.2063684
  • Foe, C., Kelly-Ware, J., & Daly, N. (2022). Supporting language, culture and identity using Pacific picturebooks. Early Childhood Folio, 26(1). 3-9. https://doi.org/10.18296/ecf.1102
  • Loft, P. & Daly, N. (2022). Rona and the Moon: Comparing versions of a pūrākau. Literacy Forum NZ. 37(1), 35-43.
  • Vanderschantz, N.Daly, N. & San, V. (2022). Typographic design in Māori-English bilingual picturebooks: Some educational implications. Children’s Literature in English Language Education10, 1, 14-40.


  • Daly, N. (2021). Kittens, blankets and seaweed: Developing empathy in relation to language learning via children’s picturebooks. Children's Literature in Education, 5(2), 20-35. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10583-020-09400-1
  • Daly, N. (2021). Voices in the library: Curating New Zealand children’s literature. New Review of Children’s Literature and Librarianship, 27(1)33-48.https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13614541.2021.1972758
  • Daly, N., Kleker, D., & Short, K. (2021). Using dual language picturebooks with children in an after school club. The New Zealand Annual Review of Education, 26 (2020)https://doi.org/10.26686/nzaroe.v26.6895
  • Kelly-Ware, J., Foe, C., & Daly, N. (2021). Exploring Pacific picturebooks to support the language, culture and identity of Pasifika children. A summer scholar’s perspective. Literacy Forum NZ, 36(2), 29-39.
  • Kleker, D, Short, K. G, & Daly, N. (2021). Inquiring about language through dual language picture books: A case study.  WOW Stories, IX (1)https://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/stories/volume-ix-issue-1/


  • Daly, N. (2020). Exploring author motivation, intended audience, and text layout in dual-language picturebooks. Bookbird. A Journal of International Children’s Literature, 58(1), 45-59. https://doi.org/10.1353/bkb.2020.0003
  • Daly, N. (2020). Kittens, blankets and seaweed: Developing empathy in relation to language learning via children’s picturebooks. Children's Literature in Education. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10583-020-09400-1
  • Daly, N., & Limbrick, L. (2020). The joy of having a book in your own language: Home language books in a refugee education centre. Education Sciences10, 250. https://www.mdpi.com/2227-7102/10/9/250


  • Daly, N. (2019). The linguistic landscape of multilingual picturebooks. Linguistic Landscape. An International Journal5(3), 281-301. https://doi.org/10.1075/ll.18014.dal
  • Kelly-Ware, J., & Daly, N. (2019). Using picturebook illustrations to help young children understand diversity. The International Art in Early Childhood Research Journal, 1(1), 1-11. http://artinearlychildhood.org/journal/




  • Daly, N. (2016). Dual language picturebooks in Māori and English. Bookbird, 54(3), 10-17. https://doi.org/10.1353/bkb.2016.0092
  • Daly, N. (2016). What do New Zealand picturebooks tell us about New Zealand national identity? Literacy Forum New Zealand,31(3), 28-39.
  • Morgan, K., & Kelly-Ware, J. (2016). “You have to start with something”: Picturebooks to promote understandings of queer cultures, gender and family diversity. Early Childhood Folio20(1), 3-8. https://dx.doi.org/10.18296/ecf.0016


  • Cotton, P., & Daly, N. (2015). Cross-continental readings of visual narratives: An analysis of six books in the New Zealand Picturebook Collection. Bookbird, 53(2), 26-45. https://doi.org/10.1353/bkb.2015.0036
  • Daly, N. (2015). Family composition as depicted in the New Zealand Picture Book Collection. Early Childhood Folio, 19(2), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.18296/ecf.0012
  • Daly, N., & Blakeney-Williams, M. M. (2015). Picturebooks in teacher education: Eight teacher educators share their practice. Australian Journal of Teacher Education40(3).  http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol40/iss3/6