Nature Repository Books

Keep learning is one of the 5 Pathways to well-being so here you’ll find a whole host of nature connected reading and recommendations to engage, inspire and educate. Get a brew on and explore!
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Diary of a Young Naturalist

Dara McAnulty

“It’s about enduring, it’s about passion, beauty and connection. It’s really, really special.”

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Adventure Revolution

Belinda Kirk

“A landmark book with a ground- breaking and powerful message.”

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James Nestor

“If there’s one book you read this year, make it this one. Full of dazzling revelatians.”

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Back to Nature

Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin

“Rousing, polemical and heartfelt. Not afraid to challenge the status quo and it will fill you with a determination to take action.”

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The Wild Places

Robert Macfarlane

“An eloquent reminder that, though we’re laying waste the world, nature still holds sway over much of the earth’s surface.”

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Blue Spaces: How and why water can make you feel better

Dr Catherine Kelly

“A timely read for today’s challenges… offers tools for those seeking wellbeing in a new way.”

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H is for Hawk

Helen Macdonald

“Nature-writing, but not as you know it. Astounding.”

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Out There: A voice from the wild

Chris Townsend

“What shines through this highly readable anthology is the author’s passionate plea for the protection of our wild country.”

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The Nature Fix

Florence Williams

“Chock-full of insights about the health benefits of spending time in nature.”

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Rewild Your Garden

Frances Tophill

“A refreshing, uplifting and positive look at the true value of a garden.”

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Isabella Tree

“The most inspirational nature book of the year. Read it and marvel.”

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Losing Eden

Lucy Jones

“Beautifully written, movingly told and meticulously researched. An elegy to the healing power of nature.”

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The Hidden Life of Trees

Peter Wohlleben

“A magical book about fixtures that we walk by every day and take for granted.”

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The Salt Path

Raynor Wynn

“An inspirational nature memoir about losing everything and finding yourself between the elements of sea and sky.”

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Last Child in the Woods

Richard Louv

“This is a hugely important book that should be read by every parent, teacher and politician.”

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Nature Cure

Richard Mabay

“A brilliant, candid and heartfelt memoir…..nothing short of a manifesto
for living.”

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Roger Deakin

“A delicious, cleansing, funny, wise and joyful book, so wonderfully full of energy and life.”

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A Wood of One’s Own

Ruth Pavey

“A lyrical story of desire and determination, soft and gentle, warm and wise in a wicked world.”

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The Natural Navigator

Tristan Gooley

“This in-depth book gives us the tools to re-engage with our natural world in a clear and understandable way.”

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What Has Nature Ever Done For Us?

Tony Juniper

“A life-belt for the planet. Read this book and change the world.”

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