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The Unofficial Countryside

Nature Writing
By: Richard Mabey(Author), Mary Newcomb(Illustrator)
180 pages, 8 b/w illustrations
The Unofficial Countryside
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  • The Unofficial Countryside ISBN: 9781908213938 Hardback Nov 2021 In stock
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The 2021 hardback is a rerelease in Little Toller's Richard Mabey Library.

During the early 1970s Richard Mabey explored crumbling city docks and overgrown bomb-sites, navigated inner city canals and car parks, and discovered there was scarcely a nook in our urban landscape incapable of supporting life. The Unofficial Countryside, one of Little Toller's bestsellers in this series, is a timely reminder of how nature flourishes against the odds, surviving in the most obscure and surprising places.

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Nature Writing
By: Richard Mabey(Author), Mary Newcomb(Illustrator)
180 pages, 8 b/w illustrations
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"an exciting re-discovery for me"
– Iain Sinclair

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