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Wilding How to Bring Wildlife Back - An Illustrated Guide

By: Isabella Tree(Author), Angela Harding(Illustrator)
96 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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  • Wilding ISBN: 9781529092844 Hardback Mar 2024 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 5 days
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This children's version of Isballe Tree's bestseller Wilding is a stunningly beautiful gift book which tells the story of the Knepp Estate in West Sussex. It is illustrated in full colour with lino prints and watercolours by Angela Harding (A Year Unfolding) and photographs from Knepp.

Knepp is now home to some of the rarest and most beautiful creatures in the UK, including nightingales, kingfishers, turtle doves and peregrine falcons, hazel dormice and harvest mice, scarce chaser dragonflies and purple emperor butterflies. The sheer abundance of life is staggering too. When you walk out into the scrubland on an early spring morning the sound of birdsong is so loud it feels like it's vibrating in your lungs. This is the story of Knepp, and a guide telling you how to bring wildlife back where you live.

Includes timelines, an in-depth look at rewilding, and spotlight features about native animals including species that have returned and thrive – butterflies, bats, owls and beetles. There are accessible in-garden activities to 're-wild' your own spaces and the book encourages you to slow down and observe the natural world around you, understand the connections between species and habitats, and the huge potential for life right on your doorstep.

Age Level: Junior scientist

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Isabella Tree is an award-winning author and travel writer, and lives with her husband, the conservationist Charlie Burrell, in the middle of a pioneering rewilding project in West Sussex. She is author of five non-fiction books including Wilding: How to Bring Nature Back - An Illustrated Guide. Her book Wilding: The Return of Nature to a British Farm has sold quarter of a million copies worldwide and won the Richard Jefferies prize for nature writing and was one of the Smithsonian's top ten science books opf the year.

Angela Harding is an author, printmaker and illustrator who lives in the village of Wing, Rutland. British birds and animals have always inspired her artwork especially familiar garden birds like sparrows and blackbirds and waders such as Curlews, Redshanks and Oystercatchers. She is the author and illustrator of A Year Unfolding: A Printmaker's View and Wild Light: A Printmaker's Day and Night, illustrator of Wilding: How the Bring Wildlife Back - An Illustrated Guide and has created the covers for many bestselling books, including The Salt Path and The Wild Silence by Raynor Winn, October, October by Katya Balen, English Pastoral by James Rebanks, Christmas is Murder by Val McDermid and RSPB Birds among many others.

By: Isabella Tree(Author), Angela Harding(Illustrator)
96 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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A captivating illustrated book.. exquisite illustrations by the printmaker and fine artist Angela Harding * The Observer *
A gentle reminder of the little things we can do to help the creatures that share our planet.. combined with Angela Harding's free-flowing illustrations, this is perfect for anyone looking to make the life of even a hedgehog a little easier * Daily Mail *
This is the perfect inspirational read for a new generation of re-wilders * Lancashire Evening Post *

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