I received my copy of The Little Book of Trees in the post today. Written by Caz Buckingham and Andrea Pinnington, and published by Fine Feather Press on 20th March, I have been pleased to act as consultant in supporting the book’s preparation. I think it’s a delightful and beautifully-produced little book, crammed with interesting facts, helpful identification guides, and stunning photographs.
From the back cover:
Browse through The Little Book of Trees to uncover a spectacular world. This is a highly visual and original guide to the most common trees in Britain and Europe and some of the plants, animals and fungi that depend on them.
From Alder to Yew, this book is ideal for the whole family. It is small enough to take on trips outside and beautiful enough to want to have around you at home.
The Little Book of Trees is published by Fine Feather Press on 20th March 2019