Bateman Books Review Round Up: January Edition

Bateman Books Review Round Up: January Edition

Here a selection of great reviews on our recently released titles:

Guardians of Aotearoa by Johanna Knox and photographer Jess Charlton

Reviewed by Emma Johnson for the Booksellers NZ blog:

This is a handsome and satisfying volume, which underlines a belief in the power of individuals’ stories to inspire. By gathering them in this book, Knox also captures an ecology and community of action. The challenge in front of us is widening this sphere of influence.

You can read the full review HERE.

More Classic Rhymes for Kiwi Kids by Peter Millett and Scott Tulloch

Reviewed by the Christchurch City Libraries Blog:

If you have whānau members coming from overseas, borrowing More Classic Rhymes for Kiwi Kids will introduce them to a side of New Zealand they might not get a chance to see. If you live here in Aotearoa New Zealand, it is a fun book to read and see characters just like you – playing rugby, mountain biking, and camping in the rain.

You can read the full review HERE.

How to Catch Fish and Where 2 – The Big Fish edition by Mike Rendle

Reviewed by Drew Thompson for the NZ Booklovers Blog:

Now is the perfect time to get a book that will convert you from a person who goes fishing, to a person who catches fish. If you know a fishing enthusiast like that, get them this book and you will reap the benefit because they will come back with fish for dinner – rather than coming back in a grumpy mood and an empty fish bin!

You can read the full review HERE.

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