Tag Archives: 2015

Ocean and Stone launch, 10th September 2015
Launches
September 14, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Ocean and Stone launch, 10th September 2015

Invitation to and photographs from the launch of Ocean and Stone by Dinah Hawken, published by Victoria University Press and launched at Unity Books by Gregory O’Brien.

NZ Bookshop Day, 31st October 2015
Customers
September 14, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

NZ Bookshop Day, 31st October 2015

Competition was intense during our NZ Bookshop Day Kids vs Writers ping pong competition. It was also Halloween, so some competitors came dressed accordingly. Anna Applin acted as umpire and…

NZ Books, 1st December 2015
Advertising
September 14, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

NZ Books, 1st December 2015

In a departure from our usual wheel theme, our December advertisement for New Zealand Books features an action shot from our New Zealand Bookshop Day Authors vs Kids Ping Pong…

NZ Books Advertisement, 1st June 2015
Advertising
September 14, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

NZ Books Advertisement, 1st June 2015

Our June advertisement for New Zealand Books, features a customer’s Oliver-Sacks-alike motorcycle he loaned us for our display of On the Move.

Move Up Blackboard, 29th July 2015
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September 13, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Move Up Blackboard, 29th July 2015

Blackboard advertising socioeconomic study Move Up: Why Some Cultures Advance While Others Don’t by Clotaire Rapaille and Andrés Roemer, published by Penguin Books.

Mermaid Boy launch, 7th May 2015
Launches
September 13, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

Mermaid Boy launch, 7th May 2015

Poster for the launch of The Mermaid Boy, a collection of Non-Fiction by John Summers, published by Hue & Cry Press.

A Little Life Whiteboard, 29th July 2015
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September 13, 2017 posted by Unity Wellington

A Little Life Whiteboard, 29th July 2015

The sleeper hit of 2015, A Little Life ruined the serenity and relationships of Unity staff, and depleted shop stocks of tissues. Well okay, that’s an exaggeration, but the book…