The ultimate in book gift sets for nature lovers, I have read, and heartily recommend, every book on this list. They are fascinating, insightful, profound, engaging and thought-provoking.
Now, having teamed up with The Bookshop in East Grinstead (an independent book shop I happen to work at part time!), I am bringing you a series of ultimate book gift sets, including this ultimate nature lover's gift set.
Support indie book stores and give any book and nature lover the perfect book gift, or let someone know you're thinking of them by shipping directly to your giftee, so they get a surprise book bundle in the post. Please note, I will need some time to prepare the box (around a week), so if you need it urgently do message me and I'll see what I can do.
You can choose whether you would like a 3 or 5 book set, each set comes in a gift box with a card. If you would like me to write a message in the card, please include it in the comment box at checkout.
The titles included in this nature lover's book box set are:
Losing Eden by Lucy Jones
A fascinating book that looks at the science behind why our minds need the wild. Read my review here.
Eight Master Lessons of Nature by Gary Ferguson
A neat, beautifully packaged book that summarises some of the things we can learn from nature, told in an engaging way that draws on science, folklore, nature facts, and psychology to comment on the way we live to day, and how we could do better using nature as our inspiration. Read my review here.
Wilding by Isabella Tree
Grounbreaking work on the part of Isabella Tree and her husband has seen the Knepp estate in West Sussex go from intensively farmed land to an area completely given over to the wild. Learn about the impact and results of their work and what it means for us now. Read my review here.
Rootbound by Alice Vincent
Mixing memoir, botanical history and biography, Rootbound examines how bringing a little bit of the outside in can help us find our feet in a world spinning far too fast. Read my review here.
The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben
Did you know that trees talk to each other? No? I didn't either - so this book blew my mind. Want to know more about the emerging science and understanding of the trees that surround us? This has everything you need to know. Read my review here.
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