Christchurch (Then & Now #3)

      Christchurch (Then & Now #3)
This book takes you on a visual journey around Christchurchand outlying towns to see the transformative journey the regionis going through This third edition has been expanded fromthe previous editions, and includes over 90% of new imagesfrom Christchurch, Darfield, Lyttleton, Sumner, Kaiapoi, Rangioraand Kaikoura.Deb Donnell shares photographs from key locations prior to, or justafter the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, 2016 Kaikoura earthquakeand 2017 Port Hills Fire She pairs them with updated images takenduring 2017 from the same locations.Each page gives you the chance to see how the landscape looks now, and compare it to the scenes that were once very familiar to locals and a must add to your Christchurch collection, and the ideal guide to send friends and families overseas.Contains 155 full colour images, with only 10% of images used from previous editions. Free Read Christchurch (Then & Now #3) Author Deb Donnell For Kindle ePUB or eBook –

Deb Donnell is the author of publications that document and inspire transformative journeys, a IANLP Master Practitioner Graduate, and a GIA Diamonds Graduate.Her books include Responders The New Zealand Volunteer Response Teams Christchurch Earthquake Deployments Christchurch, New Zealand Then and Now Series Diamond Publishing System Series KESWIN Mini Guides SeriesDeb is the founder of KESWIN Academy, an online training center that focuses on empowering people to discover and release the valuable treasure they have buried deep in side, through a passion based venture It could be writing a book, building a website, or starting and growing a business Deb s goal is to guide, coach and mentor you to achieve your dreams Websites Publishing LtdP O Box 36 476MerivaleChristchurch 8140New ZealandBus 64 3 421 7834Follow me with me don t die with your valuable treasure trapped inside

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  • Paperback
  • 64 pages
  • Christchurch (Then & Now #3)
  • Deb Donnell
  • English
  • 15 December 2019

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