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A Puppy, a Leash & Our Year Outdoors
by Kathryn Miles
Merle s Door was a sensation because Ted Kerasote writes so beautifully about his dog and his dog s love of the land. In Adventures wtih Ari, Kathryn Miles takes a step back from the wild places Kerasote describes. When she adopts Ari, an exotic
Considered the greatest Roman poet, Vergil spent over a decade working on this monumental epic poem, which has been a source of literary inspiration and poetic grandeur for more than 2,000 years. Its twelve books tell the heroic story of Aeneas,
by Graham Barwell
The albatross inspires awe by its remarkable ease in the air and its huge wingspan, as well as the huge journeys these birds undertake across the oceans. Albatross looks at the place of these iconic birds in a wide ...
Art lovers and colourists of all ages can enjoy hours of colouring pleasure and experience the work of an iconic English painter in a personal way. This exciting new colouring book will launch you on a journey of discovery with a collection of ...
by EDWIN R. SPENCER
This book might be called a Who's Who among Weeds as it covers 102 of the most common weeds found throughout the United States. Weeds of lawn and yard, weeds that are sometimes used for food, weeds that are the bane of hayfever sufferers, weeds ...
by Gillian Price
by Maja Safstrom
Housed in a keepsake box and arranged, much like a recipe box or card catalog, in tabbed sections (air, forest, sea, etc) this new format posctard box lets the user share all the curious knowledge and amazing artwork that makes Maja's book so ...
by CHARLES F. MILLSPAUGH
by A. C. MARTIN
by Rod Morris
Discoveries and mysteries from wild New Zealand. New Zealand is an extraordinary land. It has been called 'the closest thing to life on another planet' and 'a planetary lifeboat'. the main reason behind this land's uniqueness is that the islands
by Barbara Horn
And Lovely is the Rose presents a selection of 50 roses whose charm has endured over generations. These thoughtfully selected roses are available worldwide to grace any garden, large or small. Each rose has been placed in chronological order so ...
by Ben Holt
The most extraordinary true tales of bravery across the natural world, from domestic pets to wild animals, proving that when it comes to facing danger there's more to them than meets the eye. ...
by Jonathan Poppele
by Jonathan Poppele
by Temple Grandin
Animals in Translation is the culmination of Temple Grandin's extraordinary life's work, drawing upon the latest research, her distinguished career as an animal scientist and her own experience of being autistic. With co-author Catherine ...
A whole lot of stuff about birdwatching
by Sean Dooley
Everything you wanted to know about bird watching but didn't know who to ask (in a convenient A-Z format). ...
by Quarto UK
by Cynthia Culbertson
Landscapes in Stone
by Alan McKirdy
One of 4 books to launch a brand-new series on Scotland's geology and landscapes which explain how Scotland's scenery was made, why it looks the way it does today and how it has changed over millions of years. ...
by ERNST HAECKEL
Ernst Heinrich Haeckel (1834-1919) was renowned as one of the foremost early exponents of Darwinism. His work was credited with having caused the acceptance of Darwinism in Europe, and his popular studies - preaching the continuity of all life, ...