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Into the Woods A Celebration of Trees

Art / Photobook New
By: Debbie Baxter(Illustrator), Gary Milsom(Contributor)
96 pages, 50 colour & b/w illustrations
Publisher: Mascot Media
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  • Into the Woods ISBN: 9781916478336 Paperback Apr 2019 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Into the Woods is a “beautiful journey through trees” in the company of Suffolk-based artist Debbie Baxter. It is both a celebration of these giants of nature and a call to action to preserve our ancient woodlands. Debbie has also worked in collaboration with Gary Milsom to create poetry that complements and illuminates each painting.

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Art / Photobook New
By: Debbie Baxter(Illustrator), Gary Milsom(Contributor)
96 pages, 50 colour & b/w illustrations
Publisher: Mascot Media
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