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365 Wild Days

365 Days Wild


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.

A Wilder Life

A Wilder Life


In our technology-driven, workaday world, connecting with nature has never before been more essential and this beautiful oversized lifestyle book gives readers indispensable ideas for interacting with the great outdoors. Learn to plant a night-blooming garden, navigate by reading the stars, build an outdoor shelter, make dry shampoo, identify insects, cultivate butterflies in a backyard, or tint your clothes with natural dyes. It shows that getting in touch with nature is possible no matter who you are and—more important—where you are.

Do Bee-Keeping


Whether you live in the city or the countryside, it’s possible to set up your own hive and install your first bees. Orren Fox, beekeeper and sustainable food advocate, advises on the tools and equipment you require to get started, and how to inspect and harvest your hive. You will also learn about bees and their intricate world of pollination and honey production. Includes a selection of honey-based recipes.

Do Wild Baking

Do Wild-Baking


Cooking outdoors can be a challenge – building your own fire for starters – but the rewards are great: grilled mackerel on the beach; a hearty stew eaten under a starlit sky; ash-baked flatbreads plucked from the glowing embers. Tom Herbert, a fifth-generation baker, encourages you to get your hands dirty, have fun, and make memories that last. Armed with your hero ingredients, essential kit, and some kindling, you’ll be inspired to leave the kitchen for an outdoor adventure even if it’s just outside your home.

Hedgerow Handbook

Hedgerow Handbook


This lovely new book reintroduces the wild and natural hedgerow ingredients that our grandmothers used on a regular basis – but gives them a fresh and contemporary twist.

From angelica to ash and bird cherry to borage, from pineapple weed to plantain and wild garlic to wimberries, each entry is accompanied by an exquisite full colour illustration to help you identify each plant or flower, along with its history and folklore, and culinary and medicinal uses.

If you know someone who loves to forage then this is the book for them!

Live Green

Live Green


Many of us are already doing what we can to adopt a greener lifestyle. We recycle, reduce, eat less meat and opt for environmentally friendly cleaning products. Yet we often wish we were doing more. This practical guide contains 52 changes – one for each week of the year – to make to your home and lifestyle to reduce your environmental impact. Tackling cleaning routines, home furnishings, food shopping, fashion choices, natural beauty and Christmas, here are all the ingredients to help you achieve a more sustainable year.

Natural Home Remedies


What could be more wonderful that being able to soothe your own and your family’s aches and pains naturally? Here Melissa Corkhill gives advice for treating common conditions and illnesses at home using remedies provided by Mother Nature. In this book you’ll discover how to treat non-serious complaints, such as coughs, colds and sore throats, as well as suggestions for easing the strain of more permanent conditions like eczema, arthritis and asthma. Packed with easy-to-follow recipes using herbs, essential oils and ingredients found in your kitchen, you’ll be making your own natural remedies in no time.

No. More. Plastic.

No More Plastic


Martin Dorey, anti-plastics expert (and bestselling Camper Van Bible author), has been working to save our beaches from plastic for the past 10 years. His Beach Clean Foundation and global call to arms #2minutebeachclean has been taken up by people all over the world, and has proven that collective small actions can add up to a big difference. This inspiring little book shows what we can all do to help. Starting today, with just 2 minutes of our time.


No one is Too Small to Make a Difference by Greta Thunberg


A little book of the history-making, ground-breaking speeches by the extraordinary young woman who has taken the world by storm. It features Greta’s own words from the speeches that have made history across Europe, from the UN to mass street protests. This is a rallying cry for why we must all wake up and fight to protect the living planet, no matter how powerless we feel. Our future depends upon it.

Planting for Honeybees

Planting Things for Honey Bees


Of the 25,000 known species of bee worldwide, only seven species are honeybees, and the shrinking of green spaces has placed them in danger. Planting for Honeybees shows you how you can help these delightful pollinators to flourish by creating a habitat for them. No matter how small or large your space, from a window ledge in the city to a country garden, Sarah Wyndham Lewis offers practical advice on which plants to grow, and when and where to plant them.

The Garden Forager


From high-end restaurants to the home, more people are discovering the joy of using foraged ingredients – but you don’t have to go far to find them. The Garden Forager explores over 40 of the most popular garden plants with edible, medicinal or even cosmetic potential, accompanied by recipes, remedies, and interesting facts, and illustrated in exquisite watercolours. This book redefines how we look at our gardens and unleashes the unknown potential of everyday plants – a must-have for anyone interested in gardening, cooking, or foraging.

The Garden Jungle or Gardening to Save the Planet


Wherever you are right now, the chances are that there are worms, woodlice, centipedes, flies, silverfish, wasps, beetles, mice, shrews and much more, quietly living just a few paces away. Eschewing intensively reared plants in disposable plastic pots, sprayed with pesticides and grown in peat cut from the ground, Dave Goulson argues that with just a few small changes, our gardens can become a vast network of tiny nature reserves, where humans and wildlife can thrive together.

The Man Who Made ThingsOut Of Stock

The Man Who Made Things Out Of Trees


This is an exuberant tale of craftsmanship for nature lovers and rugged outdoor types everywhere! Robert Penn cut down an ash tree to see how many things could be made from it. After all, ash is the tree we have made the greatest and most varied use of over the course of human history. Journeying from Wales across Europe and Ireland to the USA, Robert finds that the ancient skills and knowledge of the properties of ash, developed over millennia making wheels and arrows, furniture and baseball bats, are far from dead. The book chronicles how the urge to understand and appreciate trees still runs through us all like grain through wood.