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Invisible Lines

Maxim Samson

A geographer's exploration of the world's unseen boundaries – the divisions we make, find or feel

Led By The Nose

Jenny Joseph

The unusual, remarkable memoir of a treasured British poet: Jenny Joseph, author of Warning: When I am an Old Woman I Shall Wear Purple, presents a ye…

Country Matters

Meg Clothier

A delightful guide to the countryside: full of fascinating facts, local lore and useful advice

The Invention of Essex

Tim Burrows

The secret history of England's most notorious county

Common or Garden

Ken Thompson

Discover the hidden lives of Britain's most abundant plants, the stories of their names and folklore, and the science behind their success

A Spotter’s Guide to the Countryside

John Wright

A grown-up I-Spy for all those mysterious features of the countryside – from the bestselling author of The Forager's Calendar

The Observant Walker

John Wright

A personal guide to the food, nature and history to be found all around us when we walk


Frieda Hughes

'He was a hectic, unprincipled bird, but it was impossible not to love him' … a memoir of love, obsession and feathers

Tree Stories

Stefano Mancuso

The remarkable stories of trees that have shaped human history – from the wooden ladder that solved a crime to France's revolutionary Liberty Tre…

This Book is a Plant

The way we think about plants is about to change forever: this is your handbook to a new natural world

Nine Quarters of Jerusalem

Matthew Teller

A thoroughly original exploration of Jerusalem, told through the voices of its contemporary residents

World of Wonders

Aimee Nezhukumatathil

A sparkling collection of essays about the natural world, illustrated throughout – a magnificent bestiary, and an unforgettable book of sustenance, re…

Being a Human

Charles Foster

A radical work of nature writing and philosophical enquiry, resituating us in our real human skins

Sea Fever

Meg Clothier

Everything you need to know about the sea and shore, from high tides to half-hitches

Field Work

Bella Bathurst

What does it take to make a living from the land in modern Britain?

Steam Trains Today

Andrew Martin

A delightful exploration of a very British obsession.


Peter Riley

Searching for a woman who took a souvenir from a whale carcass, a Melville scholar loses his grip on reality

Notes from Deep Time

Helen Gordon

The Earth writes its own story in the landscape. A novelist sets out on a journey to piece it together

A Spotter’s Guide to Countryside Mysteries

John Wright

A grown-up I-spy for the great outdoors that illuminates the details we might otherwise miss

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