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365 Wild Days

365 Days Wild

£16.99

365 inspirational suggestions for enjoying nature – even if only for a few seconds – and setting your senses alight. Some take a few seconds, like smelling a wildflower on the way to work or tasting the sweet explosion of a fresh blackberry; others a few hours, like creating a whole area for wildlife in your garden. Some take no time at all, but involve little changes to your daily routine that will ultimately be better for wildlife, like buying a reusable coffee cup.

First Book of Nature

A First Book of Nature

£12.99

From beachcombing to stargazing, from watching squirrels, ducks and worms to making berry crumble or a winter bird feast, this is a remarkable book – part poetry, part scrapbook of recipes, facts and fragments – and a glorious reminder that the natural world is on our doorstep waiting to be discovered. Mark’s pictures beautifully reproduce the colours of the seasons on woodfree paper, and Nicola’s lyrical words capture the simple loveliness that is everywhere, if only we can look.

Nature's Tiny Miracle Bee

Bees – Nature’s Tiny Miracle

£7.99

Turn the pages to follow the little bee and its journey from flower to flower in this delightful peep-through picture book. Brought to life by the lyrical text and stunning artwork from the award-winning Britta Teckentrup, the miracle of pollination will amaze and entertain young readers.

Forest school Adventure

Forest School Adventure

£16.99

Learn how to light a fire without matches, build a shelter to sleep in, cook on a fire, hunt for bugs and much more. From essential bushcraft basics and Stone Age survival skills to joyful outdoor play, this book is packed with ideas to bring your little ones closer to nature and all its magical offerings.

Hello Nature – Draw, Colour, Make, and Grow

£12.95

A nature scrapbook packed with fascinating facts and brilliant activities, from the author-illustrator of My Wonderful World of Fashion. Doodle, draw and colour in leaves, butterflies, plants and much more. How many different types of snowflakes are there, and how are leaves formed? Find out how to make leaf prints, twig sculptures and minibeast hotels. Explore the weird and wonderful things all around us – whether in a park, the garden or even the living room.

Little People, Big Dreams: David Attenborough

£9.99

Little David grew up in Leicester on the campus of a university, where his father was a professor. As a child, he spent hours in the science library, collating his own specimens and creating a mini animal museum. When he was old enough to go to university, he studied science and zoology – but what he wanted most of all was to be close to the animals he was studying. So, he started working in television, visiting animals in their natural habitats and telling the world their untold stories.

Lost Words

£20.00

All over the country, there are words disappearing from children’s lives – such as Dandelion, Otter, Bramble, Acorn. The rich landscape of wild imagination and wild play is rapidly fading as our lives become ever more urbanised and focussed on interiors. With acrostic spell-poems by award-winning writer Robert Macfarlane and hand-painted illustration by Jackie Morris, this enchanting book captures the irreplaceable magic of language and nature which makes everyone young – including children.

Derbyshire Sticker Book

The Derbyshire Sticker Book

£5.49

Children can explore the wildlife of Derbyshire with this brilliant sticker book featuring panoramic fold-out scenes. With more than 200 stickers and activities, it is packed with puzzles, games and facts and tabletop scenes for farm, woodland, lake and fell. It will entertain children of all ages and supply hours of animal-themed fun and learning.

The Honeybee

£12.99

Buzz from flower to flower with a honeybee, in this timely treasure of a picture book featuring zooming, vibrant verse and beautiful illustrations from critically acclaimed author Kirsten Hall and award-winning illustrator Isabelle Arsenault.

Bear Hunt Birds

We’re going on a bear hunt – let’s discover birds!

£5.99

Inspired by and featuring artwork from the classic We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, these fun-filled guides to birds and bugs are packed with information, activities and stickers. Eager readers will discover a wealth of facts about ducks, owls, eagles, ants, spiders, butterflies and so much more.

The books feature ideas galore, and tips for planning your nature-spotting adventure.

Enjoy!

Bear Hunt Bugs

We’re going on a bear hunt – let’s discover bugs

£5.99

Inspired by and featuring artwork from the classic We’re Going On A Bear Hunt, these fun-filled guides to birds and bugs are packed with information, activities and stickers. Eager readers will discover a wealth of facts about ducks, owls, eagles, ants, spiders, butterflies and so much more.

The books feature ideas galore, and tips for planning your nature-spotting adventure.

You’ll have great time as a family with this one!

Bear Hunt Field Guide

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt – My Adventure Field Guide

£6.99

When out hunting bears, it’s best to be prepared. So here is a field guide with a wealth of facts about the natural world as well as recipes, science projects and tips on protecting the environment. And when you’ve swished and squelched, record your experiences in the journal, which has abundant space to write, draw and preserve leaves and flowers, as well as art and nature-inspired projects to complete.

Perfect for the little adventurer in your life!

Bear Hunt Journal

We’re going on a bear hunt – my explorer’s journal

£6.99

When out hunting bears, it’s best to be prepared. So here is a field guide with a wealth of facts about the natural world as well as recipes, science projects and tips on protecting the environment. And when you’ve swished and squelched, record your experiences in the journal, which has abundant space to write, draw and preserve leaves and flowers, as well as art and nature-inspired projects to complete.

Where in the Wild

£11.99

Across the world, on land and sea, are creatures living wild and free. And each one has a precious home – a “habitat”, as it is known. A stunning exploration of the world’s animal habitats and the importance of saving these wilds from destruction.