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Where Poppies Blow

Paperback, 14/09/2017, £9.99
The natural history of the Western Front during the First World War by the award-winning author of Meadowland.

Secret Life of the Owl

Hardback, 19/10/2017, £8.99
But owls - with the sapient flatness of their faces, their big, round eyes, their paternal expressions - are also reassuringly familiar. We see them as wise, like Athena's owl, and loyal, like Harry Potter's Hedwig. In The Secret Life of the Owl, John Lewis-Stempel explores the legends and history of the owl.

Wood in Winter

Paperback, 03/10/2016, £7.10

Private Life of the Hare

Hardback, 17/10/2019, £9.99
THE PERFECT STOCKING FILLER FOR NATURE LOVERS 'To see a hare sit still as stone, to watch a hare boxing on a frosty March morning, to witness a hare bolt . They are arrogant, as in Aesop's The Hare and the Tortoise, and absurd, as in Lewis Carroll's Mad March Hare.

Still Water: The Deep Life of the Pond

Paperback, 05/03/2020, £9.99
The Times and Irish Independent: BEST NATURE BOOKS OF THE YEAR Great nature writing needs to be informative, detailed, accurate, lyrical, and, above all, to instil a sense of gratitude and wonder.

Wild Life: A Year of Living on Wild Food

Paperback, 30/06/2016, £9.99
Nothing from a shop and nothing raised from agriculture. Could it even be done? This book presents the author's account of twelve months eating only food shot, caught or foraged from the fields, hedges, and brooks of his forty-acre farm.

Meadowland: The Private Life of an English Field

Paperback, 26/03/2015, £9.99
What really goes on in the long grass? This book gives an intimate account of an English meadow's life from January to December, together with its biography.

Running Hare: The Secret Life of Farmland

Paperback, 20/04/2017, £9.99
Traditional ploughland is disappearing. The corncrake is all but extinct in England. And the hare is running for its life. This book tells the story of the wild animals and plants that live in and under our ploughland, from microbes to the patrolling kestrel above the corn, from the linnet to seven-spot ladybirds that eat aphids that eat the crop.