MIKEY THE POWERFUL OWLET GETS A REAL HOOT WHEN HE RECEIVES A REVIEW, SO HERE ARE SOME SPECIAL ONES HE'D LIKE TO SHARE.
MIKEY THE POWERFUL OWLET & FRIENDS: SAVING BYLES CREEK VALLEY & BEYOND - 2017 REVIEWS
Graham Ross VMM by email 24 October 2017
The book is wonderful a real credit to you both.
Thank you for allowing me to have a tiny part in it.
First review of book two on National Library of Australia Trove website from Aunty Jean
MIKEY THE POWERFUL OWLET: SAVING BYLES CREEK VALLEY - 2016 REVIEWS
Graham Ross VMM by email Friday 25 November 2016
Dear Georgia and Michael,
I am gobsmacked, I should have expected a masterpiece, and it is but it’s so much more than that. ‘Mikey the Powerful Owlet: Saving Byles Creek Valley’ pays respectful homage to Mikey and his historic family, Marie Byles, the community and the great beauty around us.
CONGRATULATIONS it is a glorious publication.
It is an enormous honour to have been asked to write the foreword and I wish you both well with the book and its vital message.
The copy, photographs paper and production are FIRSTCLASS, I’m so proud of you both I want to explode!!
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Author Georgia Cameron and photographer Michael Bianchino presenting book to David Shoebridge NSW Greens MLC who wrote the afterword at South Dural protest meeting on Saturday 26 November 2016 on Facebook
Dr Mehreen Faruqi NSW Greens MLC delivered a passionate speech at the book launch on Wednesday 14 December 2016 on Facebook
Dr Beth Mott B. Sc.(Hons), Ph.D., Powerful Owl Project Officer, BirdLife Australia by email Wednesday 28 December 2016
"Any sort of education initiative such as yours should be highly commended and championed..."
Cheque presentation at The Children's Bookshop Beecroft on Tuesday 10 January 2017 - From left to right Dr Beth Mott (BirdLife Australia Powerful Owl Project Officer), Mr Graham Ross VMM (local gardening legend & radio/television personality who wrote the book foreword), Ms Georgia Cameron (author), Mrs Trish Brown (President of the Byles Creek Valley Union Inc) and Mr Michael Bianchino (photographer).
First review on National Library of Australia Trove website from Aunty Deirdree