Monday, March 12, 2012

Back to the Gateways of Florence

Libro International's 2011 book To the Gateways of Florence was feted by the Florence city council in the Palazzo Vecchio on 17 February.

Our friends and the book's editors Stefano Fusi and Jill Gabriel sent this clipping from the local Metropoli newspaper about the evening gathering, which also presented the Italian edition, I Giorni della Liberazione.

New Zealand Ambassador to Italy Trevor Matheson joined local political leaders for the book presentation.

To the Gateways of Florence (ISBN 978-1-877514-23-4) tells of the New Zealand force's key role in liberating Tuscany in the Second World War.

The book costs $44.99 and is available through Publishers Distribution Limited in New Zealand

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Oratia Media and Libro International featured in the Tatler Magazine

Thank you Murray Gray for the informative article about Oratia Media and Libro International published this month in the Tatler magazine.

Murray, program director of the Going West Books & Writers Festival, and owner of Gone West Books in Titirangi, offers readers a quick peek into Libro International's upcoming books and projects. You can read the March 2012 issue of the Tatler online by clicking here, and find the article on page 24 in BookQuest, Murray's monthly literary column.

Monday, March 5, 2012

March 2012 is NZ Book Month

New Zealand Book Month is a non-profit initiative started in 2006 by authors, booksellers, publishers, and book clubs to promote books and reading in New Zealand.

One month each year NZ Book Month celebrates books and encourages Kiwis to get reading. For more information and a list of events visit the New Zealand Book Month website.

Libro International is pleased to be part of NZ Book Month's book voucher programme.

From 1 - 31 March 2012, NZ Book Month is offering a $5 book voucher to discount off your next book purchase priced over $10 from participating bookstores. Download your NZ Book Month voucher here.

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