Publisher: Profile Books Ltd
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 216 x 135 mm
The benefits of experiencing nature may be far greater than is commonly appreciated ... A fascinating exploration of the new science of our connection to the natural world ... written in such lush, vivid prose that reading it, one can feel transported and restored. * New Statesman *
Wonderful...This is an important book and one I'll refer back to. * Telegraph Book of the Year *
Beautifully written, movingly told and meticulously researched, Losing Eden is an elegy to the healing power of nature, something we need more than ever in our anxiety-ridden world of ecological loss. Woven together with her own personal story of recovery, Lucy Jones lays out the overwhelming scientific evidence for nature as nurturer for body and soul with the clarity and candour that will move hearts and minds - a convincing plea for a wilder, richer world -- Isabella Tree, author of * Wilding *
Praise for Foxes Unearthed by Lucy Jones: Jones's history of our complex relationship with the fox is revealing... to discover there was an 18th-century sport of 'fox tossing' almost makes this worth the purchase alone -- John Lewis-Stempel * The Times Books of the Year 2016 *
Engaging and hugely enjoyable -- Tom Holland * Times Literary Supplement *
Brave, bold and honest - finally the truth about foxes -- Chris Packham, braodcaster and naturalist
A sensitive and illuminating investigation . . . a beautiful book that will change the way you think about the fox -- Rob Cowen, author of * Common Ground *
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