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  • - My Witness Statement and a Vision for the Future
    by David Attenborough
    £9.99 - 16.49

    It is the story of how we came to make this, our greatest mistake - and how, if we act now, we can yet put it right. We have one final chance to create the perfect home for ourselves and restore the wonderful world we inherited.'All we need is the will to do so.'

  • - An Inheritance
    by James Rebanks
    £8.99 - 16.49

    The author of the beloved No.1 bestseller The Shepherd's Life returns with a stirring history of family, loss and the land over three generations on a Lake District farm'I can't imagine anyone starting to read English Pastoral and not being eager to read it all at once, as I did, and not being moved by the life and the landscape Rebanks describes so well. I was thrilled by it' Philip Pullman As a boy, James Rebanks's grandfather taught him to work the land the old way. Their family farm in the Lake District hills was part of an ancient agricultural landscape: a patchwork of crops and meadows, of pastures grazed with livestock, and hedgerows teeming with wildlife. And yet, by the time James inherited the farm, it was barely recognisable. The men and women had vanished from the fields; the old stone barns had crumbled; the skies had emptied of birds and their wind-blown song. English Pastoral is the story of an inheritance: one that affects us all. It tells of how rural landscapes around the world were brought close to collapse, and the age-old rhythms of work, weather, community and wild things were lost. And yet this elegy from the northern fells is also a song of hope: of how, guided by the past, one farmer began to salvage a tiny corner of England that was now his, doing his best to restore the life that had vanished and to leave a legacy for the future. This is a book about what it means to have love and pride in a place, and how, against all the odds, it may still be possible to build a new pastoral: not a utopia, but somewhere decent for us all.

  • - How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds and Shape Our Futures
    by Merlin Sheldrake
    £10.49 - 14.49

    Entangled Life is a mind-altering journey into a spectacular and neglected world, and shows that fungi provide a key to understanding both the planet on which we live, and life itself. 'Reads like an adventure story ...

  • - Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants
    by Robin Wall Kimmerer
    £4.99 - 7.49

  • by Geraint Thomas
    £12.49

    Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas's inside guide to the greatest road climbs in cycling

  • by Amanda Owen
    £2.99 - 8.99

    THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLERBy the star of Channel 5's Our Yorkshire Farm.Amanda Owen has been seen by millions on ITV's The Dales and Channel 5's Our Yorkshire Farm, living a life that has almost gone in today's modern world, a life ruled by the seasons and her animals. She is a farmer's wife and shepherdess, living alongside her husband Clive and seven children at Ravenseat, a 2000 acre sheep hill farm at the head of Swaledale in North Yorkshire. It's a challenging life but one she loves. In The Yorkshire Shepherdess she describes how the rebellious girl from Huddersfield, who always wanted to be a shepherdess, achieved her dreams. Full of amusing anecdotes and unforgettable characters, the book takes us from fitting in with the locals to fitting in motherhood, from the demands of the livestock to the demands of raising a large family in such a rural backwater. Amanda also evokes the peace of winter, when they can be cut off by snow without electricity or running water, the happiness of spring and the lambing season, and the backbreaking tasks of summertime - haymaking and sheepshearing - inspiring us all to look at the countryside and those who work there with new appreciation.

  • - A Stunning Collection of Viewers' Photography
    by John Craven & Matt Baker
    £19.99

    Published In Aid of BBC Children in Need * The Countryfile Calendar has brought nature into our homes for nearly three decades, and now this comprehensive collection captures the essence of each season, bringing together viewers' photographs of the British countryside throughout the year.

  • - A Deep Time Journey
    by Robert Macfarlane
    £5.99 - 18.99

  • - A Seasonal Guide to 2021
    by Lia Leendertz
    £8.49

    The fourth instalment of the original and bestselling Almanac. The perfect stocking filler this Christmas.

  • - A Foolproof Guide to Every Stage of Growing Fruit and Veg
    by Lucy Chamberlain
    £1.99 - 12.49

  • - Crossing the Lines that Divide Us
    by Nick Hayes
    £7.49 - 14.49

  • by Jon Krakauer
    £5.99 - 39.49

    Jon Krakauer's Into the Wild examines true story of Chris McCandless, a young man, who in 1992 walked deep into the Alaskan wilderness and whose SOS note and emaciated corpse were found four months later, internationally bestselling author Jon Krakauer explores the obsession which leads some people to explore the outer limits of self, leave civilization behind and seek enlightenment through solitude and contact with nature.A 2007 film adaptation of Into the Wild was directed by Sean Penn and starred Emile Hirsch and Kristen Stewart.

  • - The Essential Photograph Guide to Britain's Fungi
    by Paul Sterry & Barry Hughes
    £13.49

    Collins Complete Guide to British Muchrooms and Toadstools allows everyone to identify mushrooms found in Britain and Ireland. The book is illustrated with beautiful photographs throughout, featuring the species you are most likely to see.

  • - The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming
    by Paul Hawken
    £6.99 - 13.49

    NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERFor the first time ever, an international coalition of leading researchers, scientists and policymakers has come together to offer a set of realistic and bold solutions to climate change. All of the techniques described here - some well-known, some you may have never heard of - are economically viable, and communities throughout the world are already enacting them. From revolutionizing how we produce and consume food to educating girls in lower-income countries, these are all solutions which, if deployed collectively on a global scale over the next thirty years, could not just slow the earth's warming, but reach drawdown: the point when greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere peak and begin todecline. So what are we waiting for?

  • by H. Walter Lack
    £10.99 - 48.99

    After an epic Amazonian journey through Brazil and Peru, German botanist von Martius compiled an unsurpassed catalogue of all known genera of palm. This exquisite encyclopedic treasury is a jewel of 19th-century botany, as remarkable for its meticulous classification, as it is for its maps, color landscapes, and cross-sectioned diagrams showing...

  • - A new investigation into the mysteries of the human past by the bestselling author of Fingerprints of the Gods and Magicians of the Gods
    by Graham Hancock
    £6.99 - 12.99

    The concluding volume of the Fingerprints of the Gods trilogy.

  • - The International Bestseller - What They Feel, How They Communicate
    by Peter Wohlleben
    £4.99 - 7.99

    Sunday Times Bestseller 'A paradigm-smashing chronicle of joyous entanglement' Charles Foster Waterstones Non-Fiction Book of the Month (September) Are trees social beings? How do trees live? Do they feel pain or have awareness of their surroundings?

  • - A Tale of the Lake District
    by James Rebanks
    £5.49 - 7.49

    THE SUNDAY TIMES NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER'Affectionate, evocative, illuminating. A story of survival - of a flock, a landscape and a disappearing way of life. I love this book' Nigel Slater'Triumphant, a pastoral for the 21st century' Helen Davies, Sunday Times, Books of the Year 'The nature publishing sensation of the year, unsentimental yet luminous' Melissa Harrison, The Times, Books of the YearSome people's lives are entirely their own creations. James Rebanks' isn't. The first son of a shepherd, who was the first son of a shepherd himself, he and his family have lived and worked in and around the Lake District for generations. Their way of life is ordered by the seasons and the work they demand, and has been for hundreds of years. A Viking would understand the work they do: sending the sheep to the fells in the summer and making the hay; the autumn fairs where the flocks are replenished; the gruelling toil of winter when the sheep must be kept alive, and the light-headedness that comes with spring, as the lambs are born and the sheep get ready to return to the fells.

  • - The easy, sustainable, zero-cost way to a plentiful harvest
    by Huw Richards
    £5.99 - 14.49

  • - Plant-based Recipes + Zero Waste Life Hacks with Purpose
    by Max La Manna
    £0.99 - 15.49

    Join Max La Manna on his journey to living more sustainably, celebrating the incredible power of aplant-based diet creating as minimal waste as possible. Max will show us how it easy it can be to think outside the box when it comes to a more conscious, simple lifestyle.

  • - Ten Maps That Tell You Everything You Need to Know About Global Politics
    by Tim Marshall
    £7.49 - 12.24

    A popular take on world events that puts the 'geo' back in geopolitics

  • by Jean Liedloff
    £2.99 - 7.49

    The Continuum Concept introduces the idea that in order to achieve optimal physical, mental and emotional development, human beings - especially babies - require the kind of instinctive nurturing as practiced by our ancient relatives. It is a true back to basics approach to parenting. Author Jean Liedloff spent two and-a-half years in the jungle deep in the heart of South America living with indigenous tribes and was astounded at how differently children are raised outside the Western world. She came to the realisation that essential child-rearing techniques such as touch, trust and community have been undermined in modern times, and in this book suggests practical ways to regain our natural well-being, for our children and ourselves.

  • - (Patterns of Life)
    by Jared Diamond
    £8.49

    Read this specially designed new edition of Jared Diamond's Pulitzer-prize winning exploration of what makes us human. Why has human history unfolded so differently across the globe?

  • - (Patterns of Life)
    by Michael Braungart & William McDonough
    £8.44 - 8.99

    In this visionary book, chemist Michael Braungart and architect William McDonough challenge this status quo and put forward a manifesto for an intriguing and radically different philosophy of environmentalism. "Reduce, reuse, recycle".

  • - Forty Big Ideas for a Sustainable Future
     
    £20.49

  • - Growing, harvesting and arranging flowers all year round
    by Clare Nolan
    £17.99

    Fill your home with beautiful, home-grown displays and the gorgeous scent of the garden throughout the year.

  • by Lonely Planet, Carolyn Bain, Anthony Ham, et al.
    £14.99

  • - Newly Revised Fifth Edition
    by Walter Schumann
    £14.49

  • by Sharon Blackie
    £6.99 - 7.49

    'I love this book. Truly, it's mind-blowing in the most profound and exhilarating sense. This is an anthem for all we could be, an essential book for this, the most critical of recent times. I sincerely hope every woman who can read is given one, and has the time and the space to read it.' - Manda Scott, author of Boudica and Into the Fire'This is the core of our task: to respect and revere ourselves, and so bring about a world in which women are respected and revered, recognised once again as holding the life-giving power of the earth itself.'A life-changing journey from the wasteland of modern society to a place of nourishment and connection.If Women Rose Rooted has been described as both transformative and essential. Sharon Blackie leads the reader on a quest to find their place in the world, drawing inspiration from the wise and powerful females in native mythology, and guidance from contemporary women

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