/Rivers and Sea
  • Unruly Waters: How Mountain Rivers and Monsoons Have Shaped South Asia’s History

    Sunil Amrith

    Himalayan rivers support a fifth of the world’s population, and everyone in the Asian subcontinent. Professor of South Asian Studies at Harvard, Amrith retells historical events and stories from a hydrological perspective, going on to discuss present day perils, global warming and beyond…

    Hardback £25.00
  • Still Water: The Deep Life of the Pond

    John Lewis-Stempel

    The author of ‘Meadowland’ and ‘The Running Hare’ peers into the reedy depths of a vanishing habitat.

    Hardback £14.99
  • A First Book of the Sea

    Nicola Davies, illustrated by Emily Sutton

    Rockpools and flying fish, dolphins and ships, shore and seabed: a mix of poetry and information, brought to life by Emily Sutton’s jubilant illustrations. Ages 4-6

    Hardback £14.99
  • Seapower States: Maritime Culture, Continental Empires, and the Conflict That Made the Modern World

    Andrew Lambert

    Examines how the identity of Athens, Carthage, Venice, the Dutch Republic and Britain as seapowers informed their actions and enabled them to achieve success disproportionate to their size.

    Hardback £20.00
  • Erebus: The Story of a Ship

    Michael Palin

    HMS Erebus disappeared in the Arctic in 1848, when looking for the Northwest Passage. In 2014, she was found, and the mystery of what happened became clearer. It is an extraordinary tale.

    Hardback £20.00
  • J M W Turner: The Lucerne Sketchbook

    Edited by David Blayney Brown

    A companion to the lovely sketchbook of Turner’s skies that the Tate published in 2016.

    Hardback £16.99
  • Whistler and Nature

    Patricia De Montfort & Patricia Willsdon, edited by Steven Parissien

    A fascinating study that explores his pictures of hazy rivers, wharves, gardens etc from the perspectives of nature and man-made structures.

    Paperback £20.00
  • Call Of The Blue

    Philip Hamilton

    Stunning underwater images of reefs, blue whales, salt water crocodiles, manatees, sea lions, sailfish, pygmy sea horses, etc…

    Hardback £65.00
  • Yan Wang Preston: Mother River

    Liz Wells , edited by Nadine Barth

    Very beautiful, large format sequence of photographs of the Yangtse, from its source on the Tibetan plateau to Shanghai six thousand miles away. YWP avoids all clichéd images by taking her photographs at precise 100km intervals; the ordered randomness she creates is marvellously compelling.

    Hardback £55.00