• The Garden Cure Jan Cameron

    [trim]"People involved in therapeutic and community gardens will find this book an invaluable guide to creating gardens and groups that offer maximum benefit to everyone involved. Both rookie and expert gardeners will see their vocation in a fascinating new light. For every reader, gardener or not, this book offers a wealth of profoundly thought-provoking ideas about what it means to be well and live well." Fiona Thackeray, Head of Operations & Development at Trellis Scotland[/trim]


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  • Cottongrass Summer Roy Dennis

    [trim]"In an exhilarating roundelay of profoundly questioning essays, Roy Dennis has revealed a lifetime in nature conservation, while also delivering a sparkling vision for an ecologically sustainable Highlands, the country and the planet. This little book is a testament to a rare and redeeming curiosity; we must all learn from the deep wisdom of experience." Sir John Lister-Kaye OBE[/trim]


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  • The Nature of Summer Jim Crumley

    [trim]"This is a work of pure escapism as the throb of spring gives way to the reflective calm of our warmest months. Crumley’s writing effortlessly captures the majesty of a golden eagle eyrie, the magic of beavers returning to their old habitats, and the joy that arrives with a flock of whooper swans overhead … The perfect finale to this evocative seasonal collection" Tiffany Francis-Baker, BBC Wildlife Magazine[/trim]


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  • A Handbook of Scotland’s Coasts Fi Martynoga

    [trim]"A perfect primer … What makes the book so good is the breadth of material packed within it, combined with the depth of expertise of those sharing their knowledge … Scotland's coasts are an integral part of what makes this, in many people's eyes, the best small country in the world. This book will help you gain more from the experience of visiting and exploring them." Undiscovered Scotland[/trim]


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  • The Stream Invites Us to Follow Dick Capel

    [trim]“A rich and interesting perspective on the landscape…In looking at the particular and the local, Dick’s writing illuminates the universal” Will Smith, Cumbria Life[/trim]


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  • Ghost Trees Bob Gilbert

    [trim]“Lyrical and beautifully evocative … in a language as rich and lilting as the contours of the estuarine land … A delight.” Richard Jones, BBC Countryfile magazine[/trim]


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  • A Scots Dictionary of Nature Amanda Thomson

    [trim]"A stunning wee book detailing some of the wonderfully inventive Scots words that document the world around us." The List[/trim]


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  • Incandescent Anna Levin

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  • The Nature of Spring Jim Crumley

    [trim]"A fantastic writer … exquisite observations of details in the landscape as well as sweeping vistas … remarkable." Ben Hoare, BBC Countryfile magazine[/trim]


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  • Overlander Alan Brown

    [trim]"An outstanding debut, brimming with charming anecdotes, helpful advice and poignant discussions about Scotland and the UK today, making it a timely read." Chiara Bullen, The Great Outdoors[/trim]


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  • Ghost Trees Bob Gilbert

    [trim]“Warm, rich and fascinating… [Gilbert] is a generous guide, with a deep knowledge of plant life and a fine turn of phrase.” Jon Day, Guardian[/trim]


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  • The Nature of Winter Jim Crumley

    [trim]"Inviting and informative…Crumley has earned himself the enviable position of our foremost nature commentator…Meditative…bewitching…outspoken…persuasive…a true winter's tale." Rosemary Goring, Herald[/trim]


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  • Nature of Autumn Jim Crumley

    [trim]"A cornucopia of autumnal delight." The Scots Magazine[/trim]


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  • Sagas of Salt and Stone Robin Noble

    [trim]"A wonderful and evocative celebration of the land and people of Orkney." Anna Ritchie[/trim]


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  • Kingfisher Jim Crumley

    [trim]“A passionate, compelling, very personal work… the honesty of his voice is striking.” Scottish Review of Books[/trim]


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  • Otter Jim Crumley

    [trim]“An astonishingly good writer. Not just an astonishingly good nature writer, but an outstanding artist with prose.” West Highland Free Press[/trim]


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