Spring is finally here and along with it arrives a wealth of fresh reading for all ages. Now is the perfect time to get out and about and enjoy the new season with friends and family, and we have put together an exciting selection of inspiring reads. Whether you are looking for fun outdoor activities, gardening books, glorious nature writing and a new favourite novel or non-fiction read, we have something for everyone. For Easter celebrations, here'll you'll also find our beautiful range of Easter cards, gifts and activities, as well as gorgeous spring stationery.
The iconic octogenarian artist holds forth about life, art and the upside of lockdown in his rustic Normandy farmhouse in a series of candid, insightful conversations with his long-time friend and collaborator, the art critic Martin Gayford.
Both absorbing animal adventure and subtle commentary on climate change and the plight of endangered species, The Last Bear revolves around April, the daughter of an Arctic researcher, and her chance encounter with a lone polar bear.
From Ice Age Alaska to the birthplace of humanity, palaeobiologist Halliday takes readers on a dazzling tour of deep time to view astounding ancient landscapes of all seven continents.
Enjoy the Great Outdoors with Kids
Immerse yourself in the uplifting atmosphere of the British countryside with fantastic nature writing, old and new.
The author of Wild Fell talks about his connection with Haweswater and the haunting echoes of human actions in its landscape.
Lose pounds without losing flavour courtesy of this delicious recipe for butter chicken from The Meal Prep King.
A stunning spiced pumpkin dal from the author of The Whole Vegetable.
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