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The Butterfly Pavilion

Lowen, James
**A BEAUTIFUL NEW SERIES FOR NATURE LOVERS** This striking book displays and describes a kaleidoscope of butterflies. Press-out sections enable you to reveal the outlines of the butterflies and transform your book into a work of art.

The Cat Encyclopedia

Presents a comprehensive cat compendium that has all the facts about cats and kittens and is packed with beautifully photographed profiles of different breeds from the Maine Coon to the Khao Manee. This book helps you learn how to understand your cat, how to handle your cat, the importance of play, first aid tips and more.

The Complete Book of Dogs: Breeds, Training, Health Care: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Dogs with a Fully Illustrated Guide to 230 Breeds and Over 1500 Photographs

Pilbeam Rosie
The definitive dog-owner's guide with up-to-date breeds, nutrition, care, step-by-step training techniques, and dog sports.

The Elephant Whisperer: Learning About Life, Loyalty and Freedom From a Remarkable Herd of Elephants

Anthony, Lawrence
A charming, moving account of one man's race to save a herd of elephants.

The Horse Encyclopedia

Hartley Edwards, Elwyn

The Peregrine

Baker, J. A.
Reissue of J. A. Baker's extraordinary classic of British nature writing, with an exclusive new afterword by Robert Macfarlane.

The Practical Encyclopedia of Chicken Keeping: Breed Identifier * Rearing * Care

Hams Fred
Directory of chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys and how to keep them, with 700 photographs.

The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs: The Untold Story of a Lost World

Brusatte, Steve
A thrilling re-evaluation of the creatures that ruled the earth for 150 million years by one of the world's leading paleontologists.

The Running Hare: The Secret Life of Farmland

Lewis-Stempel, John
Traditional ploughland is disappearing. The corncrake is all but extinct in England. And the hare is running for its life. This book tells the story of the wild animals and plants that live in and under our ploughland, from microbes to the patrolling kestrel above the corn, from the linnet to seven-spot ladybirds that eat aphids that eat the crop.


Miller, Carey