Jerry Bonnell, Editor
Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD)
"In these pages, the reader can follow the engaging saga of astronomical exploration in the southern hemisphere, in a modern merger of aesthetics, science, and a story of human endeavor. This book is truly a celebration of southern skies."
Sky & Telescope
February 2012 (more information)
"Informative text provides the reader wit intriguing facts about each of the featured objects. Arranged by season, the objects span the gamut from the most celebrated to obscure. The stunning full-color reproductions were captured with a wide selection of telescopes ranging from coauthor Robert Gendler's personal equipment all the way to the Hubble Space Telescope."
Choice, Vol. 49 (11)
August 2012, K. D. Fisher
"This book fully lives up to its name... have collected more than one hundred photographs of objects in the southern sky... images lush in detail and possessing an engrossing beauty. ... A true treasure of a book... one that can be enjoyed by anyone with an eye for beauty and curiosity about astronomy."
The Observatory, Vol. 132 (1229)
August 2012, Colin Cooke
"The book is a pleasure to handle and to look at, and has obviously been produced by enthusiasts to share their own expert awareness, admiration, and appreciation of the treasures to be found in southern skies. ...anyone interested... will not only enjoy it but also come away with a greater awareness of the amazing events taking place beyond the Solar System."
November 2013, Kadri Tinn
"Treasures of the Southern Sky’ lets on get acquainted not just with the most impressive deep sky objects on could see there, but also with the history of observing the night sky in the southern hemisphere. ...The main part of the book is composed of photographs of some of the most amazing objects that can be seen there ... . this book is an excellent way to have the southern sky brought home to you."