| ||"As a lay reader with a strong interest in ‘reafforesting’ urban areas, I was fascinated by what there is to know. Though diagrams are not always common in dictionaries, they made the technical definitions very clear. Anyone with a more than passing interest in trees would be well served by having this book on their library shelf."
The Australian Tafe Teacher, Winter 2010
"I couldn't put this book down, which seems silly when you are speaking about a dictionary. This book would be particularly useful to anyone who needs to write about trees, aboriculture or urban forestry - whether it be schoolchildren or anyone in the horticulture or publishing industry. This is a clearly written and easy to understand volume. The authors have done an excellent job."
Maureen Lucas, Gardeners Gazette, Winter 2009
“I’ll dip into this articulate compendium next time I open a tree management report. Our tree expert at the Botanic Gardens, Dave Bidwell, considers it useful in any arborist’s toolkit.”
Josh Byrne, Gardening Australia, August 2009
"In short, it's the perfect back-up for anyone who's writing a report, reading a report, or studying the subject of tree management, as it covers all the ground. If tree management is your business, then so is this book."
Malcolm Tait, Tree Council UK, Tree News, Summer 2009
"The black-and-white illustrations and some photographs are a particularly useful feature. Although a number of books on urban forestry in general are available, nothing specific to terminology has been published previously. Recommended."
N. Kobzina, Choice, Vol 47, No 03, November 2009