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Ferny Wood The Story of a Fallow Deer

Art / Photobook
By: Patricia Sibley
176 pages, Illus
Ferny Wood
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  • Ferny Wood ISBN: 9781904445173 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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A closely observed, lovingly detailed account of a deer's first three years of life, an illuminating portrait of a forest in all its moods.

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Patricia has written many books about wildlife over the years and also explored Britain for its rarer wild flowers. Ferny Wood developed after co-writing Discovering the New Forest with Robin Fletcher. Her other books include Ravens in Winter, A Watcher in the Woods, Caroline and Robert and Beyond the Last Lamp. Her first novel was serialized on BBC Radio's Woman's Hour.
Art / Photobook
By: Patricia Sibley
176 pages, Illus
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