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Two for Joy The Untold Ways to Enjoy the Countryside

By: Adam Henson(Author)
288 pages, 50 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Sphere Books
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Ever wondered why the dawn chorus is so loud in spring? What makes a summer sunset so special? Where to spot a murmuration of starlings in autumn? Or how to identify trees from just their bark in winter?

In Two for Joy, Adam Henson – much-loved and long-standing presenter of Countryfile – goes on a journey throughout each season to help you to find new and varied ways to reconnect to the British and Irish countryside. Discover what's happening on farms, growing in hedgerows, the stories behind countryside superstitions, how to revive lost traditions, what you might spot when you look up at the sky and stars – and plenty more in this uplifting guide to the nature that surrounds us. Whether you read this book in the depths of winter in an armchair by the fire, or on a picnic rug in a field on a sunny day, it promises to open your eyes to the awe-inspiring powers of our uniquely British countryside in ways you've never noticed before.

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Adam Henson is the author of five books, including the Sunday Times bestseller Like Farmer, Like Son and the children's book A Year on Adam's Farm. Adam is perhaps the best-known farmer in the UK, presenting his own section on BBC's Countryfile to millions of viewers each Sunday evening. His other television credits include presenting Lambing Live alongside Kate Humble, Secret Britain, Countryfile Summer Diaries, Big Wildlife Revival, Coast and Inside Out. He has a monthly column in Countryfile magazine, as their resident farmer, as well as the Cotswold Life magazine. As well as his writing and television work, Adam runs Cotswold Farm Park in Gloucestershire, which pioneers rare breed conservation.

By: Adam Henson(Author)
288 pages, 50 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Sphere Books
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