by Josh Easby
A celebration of Kiwi hospitality! This is a collection of 450 photographs of New Zealand’s most interesting ‘welcome signs’ – the signs at the entrance to almost every town, city and village in the country.
It’s a fascinating alternative to the usual pictorial books of New Zealand, whether you want it as a gift for a visitor or to remind yourself why we’re such a friendly nation.
The book has been widely acclaimed, featuring on TV One’s Breakfast (Paul Henry: “It’s brilliant”) and TV3’s Campbell Live.
What the reviewers say
‘A lovely cheerful book and we guarantee it will be well looked at, put down and picked up again.’ – South Waikato News
‘Quirky and beautifully presented.’ – Coast FM broadcaster Rick Morin
‘An excellent picture book.’ – Natalie Gauld, editor Hawkes Bay Today
‘A quirky glance at some of our known and not so well known town entrances.’ – Daily Post, Rotorua
‘Most interesting.’ – John Key, Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism
‘Shows why Kiwis have a worldwide reputation for friendliness.’ – Timaru Herald
‘The best way to show off the character of our country.’ – Kit Packer, New Zealand Holiday & Travel
‘What a hoot!’ – Mark Bunting, radio broadcaster
‘Enjoy provincial New Zealand from the couch.’ — Ana Samways, NZ Herald‘s Sideswipe columnist
‘Fantastic book.’ — Paul Henry, television and radio broadcaster
‘Lots of fun!’ — James & Gretchen, More FM Southland
A sample of what’s inside the book
About the author
Josh Easby is a writer and publisher who lives in Cambridge, New Zealand. He compiled the collection of images in this book while completing a four-month road trip to every town, city and village in New Zealand.
Soft cover, 128 pages
25cm x 18cm (landscape)
For trade sales of this title, please contact Hurricane Press.