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Hundreds of your biggest dog-training questions answered by the UK's no.1 dog trainer.
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A riveting account of the explorers and scientists racing to understand Greenland's rapidly melting ice: a dramatic harbinger of climate change.
edited by Kathleen Jamie
Format: Hard Cover
The first modern anthology of Scottish nature writing which acknowledges the realities of our times, edited, curated and introduced by the award-winning author of Findings.
This journey to Lindisfarne is a meditation on the power of place, from the historian and award-winning author of The Hidden Ways.
Meg Clothier, Chris Clothier
Everything you need to know about the sea and shore, from high tides to half-hitches.
Arranged chronologically, The Rose brings to life the arrival of each flower in gardens, detailing the history of the layout of rose gardens and the role that roses play in the 'language of flowers'.
The Tropical Hothouse features press-out shapes, enabling you to transform the book into a work of art, creating a landscape of over 50 rare and exotic hothouse plants.
Most of us in England and Wales live within five miles of a canal - and they are used more today than in their industrial heyday. There is a lot more to canals than just narrowboats!
The fascinating and remarkably uplifting story of how Britain's wildlife has co-opted the most unlikely corners of our manmade landscape, turning them into teeming havens of (un)natural beauty.
Two men decide to become beekeepers, learning about nature and about themselves in the process.