A beautifully illustrated and lyrical celebration of this fascinating creature from the prize-winning author of bestsellers The Running Hare, Meadowland and Where Poppies Blow.
A year in the life of the farm pond - completing John Lewis-Stempel's exquisite quartet of countryside books exploring the crucial compromise between human and nature in our farmland.
Our greatest nature writer explores the myths, legends, history and hidden world of our most iconic tree.
From the UK's bestselling natural history writer: 'A heartfelt and evocative diary of a year among the trees.' Guardian
A beautifully illustrated and lyrical celebration of this mythical creature from the prize-winning author of bestsellers The Running Hare, Meadowland and Where Poppies Blow.
The critically acclaimed celebration of English wildlife and the bestselling natural history title of 2016, SHORTLISTED FOR THE WAINWRIGHT PRIZE 2017.
A love song to the land. A magical month by month observation through parted grass of the flora and fauna of a meadow.
The story of James Herriot's formative years at veterinary college, to accompany a major BBC drama series.
A beautifully written, witty and inspirational account of a man (and his dog) living for a year on only what can be hunted, fished or foraged.