//Natural History
  • The Secret Network of Nature: The Delicate Balance of All Living Things

    Peter Wohlleben

    Wohlleben changed our understanding of how trees interact last year with ‘The Hidden Life of Trees’. Here he shows similar webs of connection and consequence on a much larger scale – wolves altering the course of a river, trees affecting the rotation of the earth. The author has a particular gift for getting us to see what is in front of our eyes.

    Hardback £14.99
  • The Book Of Trees

    Piotr Socha & Wojciech Grajkowski

    A magnificent, large format introduction to dendrology, copiously and wonderfully illustrated: tree varieties, evolution, dwellers, eaters, wooden art, architecture, transport, musical instruments, bonsai, topiary, forest myths.. This manages to be fun as well as mind-expanding, with a fine green man on the cover and a preposterous lumberjack within.

    Hardback £18.95
  • Wilding: The return of nature to an British farm

    Isabella Tree

    A decade of letting nature take over again on a 3,500 acre farm in West Sussex.

    Hardback £20.00
  • Eagle Country

    Sean Lysaght

    Another in the Little Toller monograph series, this time by keen-eyed Irish poet. Ospreys and golden eagles in Ireland and elsewhere.

    Hardback £15.00
  • Our Place: Can We Save British Nature Before it is Too Late?

    Mark Cocker

    The origin of ‘green’ thinking, explored through six places, by the author of the acclaimed ‘Crow Country‘.

    Hardback £18.99
  • The Wood: The Life & Times of Cockshutt Wood

    John Lewis-Stempel

    JL-S spent four years looking after a wood in Herefordshire, before he made his name as a writer with ‘Meadowland‘ and ‘The Running Hare‘. This is a diary of his last year there.

    Hardback £14.99
  • Ground Work: Writings on People and Places

    Edited by Tim Dee

    A wonderful anthology of new work by Adam Thorpe, Helen Macdonald, Julia Blackburn, Sean O’Brien, Hugh Brody, Tessa Hadley et al; a celebration of genius loci in the Anthropocene. This is a sort of follow up to ‘Second Nature’, edited by Richard Mabey, published 30 years ago.

    Hardback £16.99
  • The Inner Life Of Animals: Surprising Observations of a Hidden World

    Peter Wohlleben

    The empathetic German forester who gave us ‘The Hidden Life of Trees‘ last year turns his eye to hedgehogs with nightmares, tobogganing crows and adulterous magpies. A thing of loveliness.

    Hardback £16.99
  • Limestone Country

    Fiona Sampson

    Another in Little Toller’s excellent small monograph series, this one takes a wander through the fauna, culture and farming of limestone areas of Europe and beyond.

    Hardback £15.00