For hundreds of years, writers have been capturing the wonder of the natural world in poetry and prose, and exploring our changing relationship with nature. Throughout November, the Arts & Humanities Research Council have teamed up with research project Land Lines to track down the UK’s favourite book about nature. As committed nature book-lovers we couldn’t shy away from this challenge! We’ve asked the Bloomsbury Wildlife team to tell us their ultimate favourites.
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- RT @Molly_M_Arnold: Breaking my years-long Twitter silence to say that this is a great chance to work with an amazing team... But maybe I'm… 1 day ago
- RT @JimSpim: Looking for your first (or second) job in publishing? Join us: jobs.thebookseller.com/Bloomsbury/edi… 1 day ago
- WOW! From the garden of our Commissioning Editor. Leafcutter magic. twitter.com/AliceRWard/sta… 1 day ago
- RT @SteveCJjones: We're spoilt: this, by @DeepFriedDNA, sits alongside @isabella_tree 's Wilding and Ben Macdonald's @Rebirding1 Rebirding… 5 days ago
- Published yesterday – THE MISSING LYNX by @DeepFriedDNA. We're proud to have published this brilliant book – from c… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
- So much bee-envy. twitter.com/AliceRWard/sta… 1 week ago
- RT @DeepFriedDNA: One of my neighbours came round yesterday with three copies of the book to sign, which was lovely. Hard to believe this j… 1 week ago
- RT @pissed_eagle: this bird... has seen some sh*t https://t.co/ARACAQupe5 1 week ago