‘The Owl Hou­se’ Book swoops in ti­me­ous­ly

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An­ne Emslie and C­le­o­ne Cull dis­cuss ‘The Owl Hou­se’.

NIEU-BET­HES­DA —The ‘Dus­t­co­vers’ book­s­hop in Nieu-bet­hes­da re­cent­ly hos­ted a book launch of An­ne Emslie’s book “The Owl Hou­se” and an in­spi­red e­ve­ning was had by all.

It was in­ten­ded that the book be laun­ched at ‘The Book Loun­ge’ in Ca­pe Town pri­or to this e­vent, but in­ter­na­ti­o­nal ship­ping was de­lay­ed and the launch was can­cel­led.

The book still hadn’t left the docks on the day of the Bet­hes­da launch but vil­la­ger S­ha­wn Graaff ma­na­ged to wrangle them from aut­ho­ri­ties

and dro­ve speedi­ly to Bet­hes­da.

In per­fect sy­n­chro­ni­ci­ty, as ar­tist C­le­o­ne Cull and An­ne Emslie dis­cus­sed as­pects of the book, the pre­ci­ous car­go ar­ri­ved and it could be vie­wed and pur­cha­sed, qui­te apt­ly in the ho­me­town of The Owl Hou­se!

‘The Owl Hou­se’ is a beau­ti­ful cof­fee ta­ble book and a must-ha­ve for tho­se who ha­ve an in­te­rest in this im­por­tant part of our her­i­ta­ge. The book is a­vai­la­ble from ‘Dus­t­co­vers’ book­s­hop, Hud­son S­treet, Nieu-bet­hes­da.

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