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RELEASE: 01 DECEMBER 2016

PRESALES NOW AVAILABLE

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PRESELLING NOW FOR RELEASE END OCTOBER 2016

Farrah is a small dog with a big problem.

Everyone thinks that she is something that she is not!

What happens when no one notices

that you are different?

 


 

Levaillant’s Legacy – A History of South African Ornithology

is a remarkable synthesis of the history of the development

of the study of birds in South Africa.    

PLEASE NOTE THIS BOOK IS A LIMITED EDITION 

AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY AND NOT IN BOOKSTORES.


Bumble Books is committed to showcasing NEW South African illustrator-authors to the international children’s book market.

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I N   P R O D U C T I O N   2 0 1 6 

Farrah is not a Dalmatian

written and illustrated by Adrie le Roux

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SEPTEMBER 2015

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The Great Expedition

Justin Fox / illustrated by Lucy Stuart-Clark

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OCTOBER 2015

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A 'Safrican' at Cambridge: The Wartime Diary of W.D. Terry, with Selected Letters

edited and introduced by Laurence Wright

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OCTOBER 2015

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The Keiskammashoek Art Project

Restoring Hope and Livelihoods

Brenda Schmahmann

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DECEMBER 2015

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Zulu Woodcarving 

Nessa Leibhammer - The fourth and final title in the Print Matters Traditional Zulu Crafts Series to accompany Zulu BasketryZulu Pottery

and Zulu Beadwork.

Look out for a limited edition boxed set Zulu Traditional Crafts Quartet.

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FEBRUARY 2017

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Print Matters 2016 Catalogue is NOW AVAILABLE in pdf format - email: info@printmatters.co.za

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Publishing Print Matters publishes books on South African art, craft and heritage with a particular focus on those artists, craftspeople and individuals who have been overlooked yet made an impact on South African culture: they have stories to tell and vision to share that can empower our youth and restore pride in our collective heritage.

Bumble Books, our illustrated children's book imprint, showcases new South African illustrators and authors, with an emphasis upon fun and entertainment.

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