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  • My First Gardening Book

    …successfully with My First Gardening Book. You'll learn all the basics, such as how to prepare soil, sow seeds, choose plants and maintain your garden and put your skills to good use with projects such as the Tasty Herb Pot, Sunflower Alley and Eggshell Gardens. This book also shows you innovative…

    £9.99
  • Nature Activity Book

    The Nature Activity Book will be very popular with any child who loves anything to do with nature and the great outdoors. The pages are packed with a huge variety of activities on subjects including farms, the seaside, flowers, plants and trees and the many different animals you will find in these…

    £7.99
  • Secrets of the Vegetable Garden

    …around a vegetable patch, from the worms in the soil, to the birds in the treetops. The innovative see-through feature fulfils a similar function to lift-the-flap books, but has the added interactive dimension of the child being able to see both the surface and the hidden picture at the same time.

    £7.99
  • A Great Big Cuddle

    …A child's world with all its details and feelings - toys and games, animals and made-up creatures, likes and dislikes - is vividly conjured up in the most memorable, playful language, and Chris Riddell has produced some his most extraordinary pictures ever to bring this world to life. It's a book

    £10.99
  • RHS How Does a Frog Grow?

    Every child should experience the fun and excitement of finding tadpoles in a pond and watching them grow. It's a wonderful way to enjoy nature, and this lift-the-flap picture book perfectly captures the experience. With friendly read-aloud text and beautiful images, the sturdy board pages are easy…

    £9.99
  • The Velveteen Rabbit

    In the nursery Velveteen Rabbit and Skin Horse talk about how a toy becomes Real. "When a child loves you for a long, long time... then you become Real," wise old Skin Horse explains. A few days later, Velveteen Rabbit finds himself tucked into bed with a little boy and the two soon become…

    £6.99
  • Encyclopeadia of Plants in Myth, Legend, Magic & Lore

    …been passed on from parent to child as a way of teaching something of the natural world, many are now largely forgotten - yet they are an important part of our folk heritage. Wherever possible, a complete a list of common names is given for each plant in this book. These names are as much a part…

    £50.00
  • A Time to Plant - Life and Gardening at Holker

    …bought or sold but has passed by inheritance through the family line, with each generation leaving its impressions. He describes his own life, as a child at Holker and later as the owner of Holker, finding a way of managing huge resources and responsibilities and also immense debt. And, of course,…

    £25.00
  • The Artist's Garden: The secret spaces that inspired great art

    …works but also illuminate the professional motivation and private life of the artists themselves; from Cezanne’s house in the south of France to Childe Hassam at Celia Thaxter’s garden off the coast off Maine. Flowers and gardens have often been the first choice for artists looking for a subject.…

    £30.00
  • H is for Hawk

    As a child, Helen Macdonald was determined to become a falconer, learning the arcane terminology and reading all the classic books. Years later, when her father died and she was struck deeply by grief, she became obsessed with the idea of training her own Goshawk. She bought Mabel for £800 on a…

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