Verlag: Die Gestalten Verlag, 2016
The woods are alive with possibilities: Retreat into nature, meet mushroom pickers, collectors, and explorers. Build cabins and scenic trails, create crafts, or start inspired projects. This is the way to the forest. (Vorschau verfügbar)
Jennifer Davis (Laurence King Verlag GmbH, 2020)
- Thema Natur und Outdoor-Aktivitäten vor der Haustüre liegt im Trend - Freude an der Natur in Zeiten anhaltender Besorgnis über die Bildschirmnutzung als wichtiges Ziel vieler Menschen - Interessant für Menschen jeden Alters, insbesondere ...
Wendy Williams (Simon & Schuster US, 2020)
Author and science journalist Wendy Williams explores the lives of one of the world's most resilient creatures-the butterfly-shedding light on the role they play in our ecosystem and in our lives.
James Raven (Oxford University Press, 2020)
An edited volume mapping the history of the book, from the Ancient World through to the rapidly changing world of the book in the second decade of the 21st century.
Dave Goulson (Random House UK, 2020)
'Exquisite.should be read by every gardener in the country' Observer The Garden Jungle is about the wildlife that lives right under our noses, in our gardens and parks, between the gaps in the pavement, and in the soil beneath our feet.
Charlie Ellis (Summersdale, 2020)
Those big round eyes. Those tiny paws. Who can resist the adorable charms of a kitten? What they lack in size, they make up for in personality, and these heart-melting bundles of fur have got us head over heels in love.
David Allen Sibley (Penguin Random House, 2020)
The bird book for birders and nonbirders alike that will excite and inspire by providing a new and deeper understanding of what common, mostly backyard, birds are doing--and why "Can birds smell?
Patrik Svensson (Macmillan Publishers International, 2020)
The 'Book of the Fair' of the 2019 London Book Fair, with rights sold in over 30 languages, a memoir of fishing for eels, a close yet distant father-son relationship and a riveting journey into the story of the world's most mysterious fish.
Odessa Begay (HarperCollins US, 2020)
With gorgeous full-color illustrations, ornate decorative elements, and engaging text, The Language of Flowers: A Fully Illustrated Compendium of Meaning, Literature, and Lore for the Modern Romantic is a sumptuous interpretation of this classic ...
Kate Markert (Rizzoli US, 2020)
Enter the garden paradise of Marjorie Merriweather Post's Washington, D.C., estate in this first book on the history and design of the remarkable grounds.
Stanislaw Lubienski (Durnell Marston, 2020)
A lyrical exploration of our relationships with birds, including in art and literature Birds have inspired people since the dawn of time. They are the notes behind Mozart's genius, the colours behind Audubon's art and ballet's swansong.
Carl Safina (Oneworld Publications, 2020)
We tend to think of culture as being exclusively human, but do animals have it too?Rezension:'Carl Safina combines his passion for the natural world with absorbing, sometimes breathtaking prose, transporting us into the intimate, nuanced ...
Emma Sibley (Hardie Grant Books UK, 2020)
Discover the secrets to your own growing gentle giants at home. Learn how to care for your own houseplant giants, from the glorious Fiddle Leaf Fig and impressive Banana Plant to the ever-popular Monstera - this book will cover 45 favourites and ...
Twentieth Century Society (Pavilion Books, 2020)
Features 100 of Britain's most extraordinary gardens and landscapes from the twentieth century to the present day, beautifully illustrated with photographs and plans Beautifully illustrated throughout with photography, illustrations and garden ...
Sam Dannyboy and Hart (Summersdale, 2020)
How can you tell whether your cat is purrfecting its Sphinx pose or just being, well, a cat? You may think your cat is just a naturally bendy weirdo, but the truth is, theyre probably one of the growing number of Zen Yogi Cats - and this book is ...
Byron Smith, Tess Robinson (Murdoch Books, 2020)
A blueprint for living the good life in the city - how to grow the easiest food plants in small spaces and recipes to make the most of them.
Ian Sinclair, Phil Hockey, Warwick Tarboton (Struik Publishers, 2014)
Darlyne Murawski, Nancy Honovich (Penguin Random House US, 2013)
Welcome to the hidden world of the most popular bugs on Earth. Opening the beautiful and accessible pages of this book is like turning over a series of stones under which you'll find a fascinating array of the world's coolest creepy-crawlies.