Cape Town Baby
Martine Aubin’s bright and colourful “Read-To-Me” or “Read-Alone” first reader is a handy hardcover book, with tough almost “tear-proof-to-little-fingers” pages. Click here to order.
The Arniston 1815-2015 - A village remembers
Arniston, or Waenhuiskrans, is a place with two names and many histories. Marius Diemont’s narrative adds the vivid voices and memories of delightful characters, as abundant in local colour as the water, and evening and morning clouds that sweep across the bay. In the texture of the tale, we sense why this place evokes such fierce loyalties, and deep attachment. This is the third Arniston book with an affiliation to the Trust.
Arniston / Waenhuiskrans - Martine Aubin
The author (Martine Aubin) has spent the past fifty plus years growing up in Arniston. The book is partly autobiographical, partly historical, and the text brings additional life to the images that she has captured over the past 6 years. Proceeds of sales go to the Waenhuiskrans/Arniston Community Development Trust.
Geological Highlights of the Arniston Region - P.D. Toens and W.E.L. Minter
An interesting, authoritative and perceptive overview about the geological highlights of the Arniston region over the past 300 000 and more years has been compiled by Drs P. D. Toens and W.E.L Minter.
Tale of the Shipwrecks at the Cape of Storms - John Gribble and Gabriel Athiros
Shipwrecks are links to splendid stories from history and also storehouses of wonderful archeologi-cal and historical wealth. Tales of Shipwrecks at the Cape of Storms by John Gribble and Gabriel Athiros is an accessible book which chronicles the history of some of the well known shipwrecks. This book, published by Historical Media in 2008, can be ordered from all good book stores or from the publishers (Historical Media cc | PO Box 30375, Tokai, 7966 | email@example.com | www.historicalmedia.co.za).
Voetspore in die Gonnabos - Pieter Swart
Pieter Swart’s book Voetspore in die Gonnabos is a fabulous record of the history of Arniston as told by the people of Arniston. The book is can be ordered and purchaced from Pieter Swart in Arniston (083 963 7987).
The Strandveld: Africa's Foot of Isolation - Marius Diemont
This illustrated account of the Strandveld, the coastal region from Hermanus to the Breede River, deals with its history, communities and of the arrival of development and inevitable change. The emphasis is on the uniqueness of the Strandveld, its isolation, contrasts and unspoiled beauty. Available at http://www.hemelensee.co.za.