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Deep

James Nestor

Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea meets Born to Run and the cutting edge of popular science.

Where Do Camels Belong?

Ken Thompson

A timely, instructive and controversial book, which delivers unexpected answers.

Counting Sheep

Philip Walling

Long before we were a nation of shopkeepers, Britain was a nation of sheep. Full of stories, history, trivia and humour, Counting Sheep explores Brita…

The Galapagos

Henry Nicholls

The full story of the extraordinary islands that gave the world Darwin's theory of evolution – now available in paperback

What Nature Does For Britain

Tony Juniper

Ecology meets economics head on in Tony Juniper's valuation of the UK's natural capital

The Magic & Mystery of Birds

Noah Strycker

Why do birds do what they do, and how do they offer a glimpse into the nature of humanity?

London's Best Views

Simon Jenkins

An indispensible companion to England's most beautiful places from Simon Jenkins, author of A Short History of England, England's Thousand Bes…

North East England's Best Views

Simon Jenkins

An indispensible companion to England's most beautiful places from Simon Jenkins, author of A Short History of England, England's Thousand Bes…

North West England's Best Views

Simon Jenkins

An indispensible companion to England's most beautiful places from Simon Jenkins, author of A Short History of England, England's Thousand Bes…

South and East England's Best Views

Simon Jenkins

An indispensible companion to England's most beautiful places from Simon Jenkins, author of A Short History of England, England's Thousand Bes…

South West England's Best Views

Simon Jenkins

An indispensible companion to England's most beautiful places from Simon Jenkins, author of A Short History of England, England's Thousand Bes…

The Midlands' Best Views

Simon Jenkins

An indispensible companion to England's most beautiful places from Simon Jenkins, author of A Short History of England, England's Thousand Bes…

On The Map

Simon Garfield

From Mappa Mundi to Google Maps – the bestselling Just My Type author turns his gaze to maps. Packed with accompanying map illustrations and images.

Once Upon a Flock

Lauren Scheuer

A funny and warm account of one woman's attempt to raise chickens, with a little help from her family.

The Man Who Plants Trees

Jim Robbins

An extraordinary investigation into the world of trees – and the inspiring story of one man's quest to help save the world's oldest and greate…

Where the Ghosts Walk

Peter Underwood

A guide to the most haunted British sites, by Peter Underwood, the late, acclaimed chronicler of paranormal phenomena.

Dr Livingstone I Presume

Clare Pettitt

[An] outstanding analysis of celebrity, cultural memory and the manipulation of public mood…A terrific book, which deals with a huge range of themes…

Horses Don't Lie

Chris Irwin

The wisdom and teachings of an original Horse Whisperer and respected trainer

What Has Nature Ever Done For Us?

Tony Juniper

The true value of ecosystems to world economies.

Weeds

Richard Mabey

A lively and lyrical cultural history of plants in the wrong place by one of Britain's best and most admired nature writers

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