new from bumble books in August 2015
This story is for anyone
who wants to carry on growing -
Join Anna Twig in search of something
N O W A V A I L A B L E
VAN DAVID THOMAS' THE MEN WHO WOULD NOT MARCH
HIER WAS HELDE
Bumble Books was nominated for the Bologna Prize for the Best Children’s Publisher: Africa 2015 - the only South African Children’s Book Publisher of five selected from Africa.
LOOK OUT FOR RICHARD LATIMER'S THE RAINBOW'S HEART [SEPTEMBER 2015]
Bumble Books is committed to showcasing NEW South African illustrator-authors
to the international children’s book market.
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To avoid high international shipping costs, most Print Matters art and craft titles are available from:
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P R O V I S I O N A L R E L E A S E 2 0 1 5
Levaillant’s Legacy – A History of South African Ornithology
Roy Siegfried: a remarkable synthesis of the history
of the development of the study of birds in South Africa.
print matters heritage
I N P R O D U C T I O N 2 0 1 5
Life in Art – The Karen McKerron Gallery
by Karen McKerron and edited by Robin Stuart-Clark, with contributions from
exhibitors, curators and reviewers -
the biography of a gallery that for eighteen years hosted and nurtured the
work of an alphabet of South African painters, printmakers, ceramicists
and sculptors, most of whom are today well-known international artists.
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016 – print matters heritage
Clifford Mpai – a way of seeing
with contributions from art historians, reviewers, and contemporary artists:
although his work features in many major South African public and
corporate art collections, Clifford Mpai (b1937) has received little national
exposure or public recognition.
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016 – print matters art & crafts
My Dear Eve – Letters from Camdeboo - Volumes 1 and 2
edited by Professor Paul Walters and illustrated by Lucy Stuart-Clark:
a collection of letters written by Sita Palmer to Eve Palmer about all aspects of a
farming family’s life in the Karoo. Many of the letters lay the groundwork
for the two books by EvePalmer about the farm.
More than 400 in number, the letters cover the years 1961 to 1993.
VOLUME 1 / MARCH 2016 – print matters heritage
VOLUME 2 / JUNE 2016 – print matters heritage