Natural history

Tree

David Suzuki and Wayne Grady with foreword by Peter Wohlleben

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $24.99

A new edition of a contemporary natural history classic, with a new foreword by Peter Wohlleben, author of The Hidden Life of Trees.

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There are Fish Everywhere

Katie Haworth, illustrated by Britta Teckentrup

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $24.99

Bestselling illustrator Britta Teckentrup explores the world of fish in a sumptuously illustrated non-fiction book.

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Buzz

Thor Hanson

Format: Paperback

AUD $29.99

A superb natural and cultural history of bees - the only such book to celebrate their full diversity.

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The Tree (Paperscapes)

Steve Marsh

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $39.99

Features press-out shapes, enabling you to transform a book into a work of art.

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Buzz

Thor Hanson

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $45.00

A superb natural and cultural history of bees - the only such book to celebrate their full diversity.

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The Butterfly Pavilion (Paperscapes)

James Lowen

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $39.99

Features press-out sections that allow the reader to turn two-dimensional images into a beautiful 3D display. Contains more than 50 beautifully illustrated butterflies, described by nature writer and photographer James Lowen.

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Water Ways

Jasper Winn

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $32.99

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!

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Things That Are

Amy Leach

Format: Paperback

AUD $22.99

A highly irresistible debut that celebrates the universe in all its wondrous glory.

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How Many Bugs?

illustrated by Agnese Baruzzi

Format: Board Book

AUD $14.99

A beautifully imaginative read-aloud board book with peek-through pages from Agnese Baruzzi.

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Rainforest

Tony Juniper

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $32.99

Rainforests are key to the health of our world - they maintain the water and air cycles, store carbon, and have yielded countless numbers of medical drugs. We have already destroyed half their area. We need urgently to save the half that's left. This book explains why - and how.

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