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A beautifully illustrated, mesmerising investigation of wonder and its importance to our future.
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Format: Hard Cover
A wonderfully entertaining celebration of that most unique of creatures: the sloth.
Tom 'The Blowfish' Hird
A fascinating and fun-filled book of extraordinary facts about the oceans, seas and waterways of our world.
'I control the mice with a cat, but how shall I control the cat?' - Franz Kafka
The ideal beach walker's companion and 'still the best book I know for identifying, well, pebbles on the beach' (Robert Macfarlane).
David Suzuki and Wayne Grady with foreword by Peter Wohlleben
A new edition of a contemporary natural history classic, with a new foreword by Peter Wohlleben, author of The Hidden Life of Trees.
The story of the relationship between humankind and cattle, from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Counting Sheep.
A superb natural and cultural history of bees - the only such book to celebrate their full diversity.
Most of us in England and Wales live within five miles of a canal - and they are used more today than in their industrial heyday. There is a lot more to canals than just narrowboats!