Judith Bryers "has taught in primary and secondary schools, and as a polytechnic tutor. She is the chairperson of the Wellington Children’s Books Association. A former producer for Radio New Zealand’s broadcasts to schools, she had also written scripts for the BBC’s ‘Listen With Mother’ programme. She has been a children’s book editor with Price Milburn, has taught courses in writing or children, most recently at Whitireia Polytechnic, and has written material for the Keeping Ourselves Safe programme. Her work has appeared in the School Journal. She wrote the Concept Science series (1987) for young children and the Journeys Writing Dictionary (1989)…" She has written the following children’s books High Summer on the Heaphy Track (1978), No Boots (1986), the Giggling Gerties series (1986), A Good Mother Hen (1988), The Burglar at May Road Kindergarten (1994).
- Te Ao Mārama: Contemporary Māori Writing for Children. Comp. and ed. Witi Ihimaera. Contributing ed. Haare Williams, Irihapeti Ramsden and D. S. Long. Vol. 4: Te Ara o Te Hau: The Path of the Wind. Auckland, N.Z.: Reed, 1994. 333.
- No boots. Wellington, N.Z.: School Publications Branch, Dept. of Education, 1986.
- When The Time Is Right: Tasi Matega’s Story. [Wellington, N.Z.]: Price Milburn, .
- Illus. Paul Hunt.
- "Hōhā." School Journal 4.1 (1991). Rpt. in Te Ao Mārama: Contemporary Māori Writing for Children. Comp. and ed. Witi Ihimaera. Contributing ed. Haare Williams, Irihapeti Ramsden and D. S. Long. Vol. 4: Te Ara o Te Hau: The Path of the Wind. Auckland, N.Z.: Reed, 1994. 211-216.
- A story about Jason plucking up courage to be honest to his grandmother concerning her stolen chocolates.
- The 1000 Words Book. Auckland, N.Z.: New House, 2000.
- Devised by Judith Holloway. Illus. Tracey Clark and John Forster.
- Hine’s Rainbow. Wellington, N.Z.: Mallinson Rendel, 2001.
- Illus. Phillip Paea.
- Te Kōpere ō Hine. Wellington, N.Z.: Mallinson Rendel.
- Māori translation of Hine’s Rainbow by Henare Everitt. Illus. Phillip Paea.
- Radio in New Zealand. Wellington, N.Z.: Reed Education, 1974.
- High Summer on the Heaphy Track. Auckland, N.Z.: Collins, 1978.
- Illust. Peter Bush.
- Double Rep: What Is It Like To Be Rita Fatialofa? Petone, N.Z.: Highgate/Price Milburn, 1988.
- The Bryers Family: An Account Of The Beginnings Of A Māori-Pakeha Family In New Zealand. Porirura, N.Z.: Bryers Family, 1993.
- From the transcript of Liz Brook’s interview with Rita Fatialofa. Photographs by Liz Brook et al.
- A King Country Life. Otaki, N.Z.: Bryers Family, 2000.
- By Dudie Bryers, edited by Judith Holloway.
- Coastlines. [Palmerston North, N.Z.]: Dunmore Press for the Greater Otaki Literary Trust, 2001.
- Kupu Tuhituhi: A First Māori Dictionary. Auckland, N.Z.: New House, 2000.
- Chants P. Nohotima. Illus. John Forster and Caroline Campbell.
- A First Bilingual Māori Dictionary. Auckland, N.Z.: New House, 2001.
- Devised by Judith Bryers Holloway and Peti Nohotima. Illus. John Forster and Caroline Campbell.