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By Robert Penn
From Dean to Epping and Hatfield to Sherwood, this beautiful tribute to the natural history of our iconic British woodlands covers the natural history of our forests, the unique species and animals that inhabit them, and how they have changed the face of our landscape.
By Philip Judge
Be transported to the earthy pleasures of an Irish country life governed by ancient traditions and seasons. `I think I bought a house,' I said, still slightly stunned. I've spent longer choosing a tie. The house is a century-old cottage deep in the Irish countryside. The book, an account of...
To the people of rural Britain, hares are deeply beloved, perhaps above all other animals. They thrive in abundance in imagery but can be maddeningly elusive in reality. In our stories - ancient and modern - they are magical, uncanny and illogical beings which commune with the moon, vanish at...
By Doug Kennedy
A stunning depiction of Yorkshire, containing over 100 pages of photography capturing classic Yorkshire landscapes, villages and towns, with text illuminating the history, geography and ecology of the area.
A captivating nature memoir telling the story of Britain's Green Belt, our national obsession with the countryside, and the author's childhood.
By Tim Winton
'I grew up on the world's largest island.' From his childhood, Tim Winton's relationship with the landscape around him - Australia's swamps and bush, rockpools, seacaves and scrub - has been as vital as any other connection. Whether camping in hidden inlets, walking in the high rocky desert fringe, or...