Books 2nd Class Signed For

Pottery Bunting – 6 Decorative Hanging Cups by Debbie George
Pottery Bunting – 6 Decorative Hanging Cups by Debbie George

Paper pottery cup bunting – all designs inspired by Eric Ravilious’ work.

Perfect to use for all seasons and to add colour to any celebration.

Each pack contains 6 different decorative cup designs printed on both sides on 450gsm card.
1.5 m coloured twine is included.

Each cup measures approximately 13cm high x 14cm wide.
To create your bunting simply thread the enclosed twine through the pre-made holes and hang for a fun and colourful display.

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Pottery Bunting – 6 Decorative Hanging Jugs by Debbie George
Pottery Bunting – 6 Decorative Hanging Jugs by Debbie George

Each pack contains 6 different decorative jug designs printed on both sides on 450gsm paper.
1.5 m coloured twine is included.

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Each jug measures approximately 15cm high x 14cm width (from spout to handle edge).
To create your bunting simply thread the enclosed twine through the holes and hang for a fun and colourful display.

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We Three Hares Advent Calendar by Angela Harding
We Three Hares Advent Calendar by Angela Harding

Card advent calender. Includes card envelope for posting.

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A Year Unfolding by Angela Harding
A Year Unfolding by Angela Harding

A cosy and delightful book – a real joy to behold.’ Daily Mail

A beautifully illustrated guide to nature through the seasons by much-loved printmaker Angela Harding.


This stunning work, the first book that is solely dedicated to Angela’s art, is a celebration of her beautiful prints, and a glimpse into her detailed and meticulous process.

A Year Unfolding is a journey through Angela’s year in nature watching the seasons unfold in front of her from her studio in Rutland, and giving the reader detail into how nature transforms and evolves over the course of the year.

A Year Unfolding also tells the stories behind some of Angela’s most popular images, giving context to Angela’s celebrated work, as well as new art created specifically for the book.

The beautiful illustrations and evocative imagery of the prose make this the perfect book for Angela’s fans and readers and art lovers everywhere.

Angela has created the covers for many bestselling books, including The Salt Path and The Wild Silence by Raynor Winn, October, October by Katya Balen, English Pastoral by James Rebanks, Christmas is Murder by Val McDermid and RSPB Birds among many others.

 

HARDCOVER / ISBN-13: 9780751584332

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Paula Rego Nursery Rhymes
Paula Rego Nursery Rhymes

The bold, distinctive style of Paula Rego’s paintings has acquired for her not only an ever-increasing critical reputation but also an unusually large and enthusiastic following. Her be-ribboned little-girl heroines and fairy-tale characters seem firmly rooted in childhood, yet the innocence of this art is darkened by the underlying themes of power, domination and rebellion, sexuality and gender, that run through her work.

Here Rego has turned to the nursery rhyme as a source for her imagery. It is a genre that perfectly complements her art; full of double meanings, rhymes are written from a child’s perspective but are open to adult interpretation. Twenty-six well-known nursery rhymes are accompanied by a series of etchings which she has executed spontaneously as a child might, drawing directly on the plate without preparatory planning. Following the traditions of earlier artists such as Beatrix Potter, she treats the fantastic realistically, dressing animals in human costume and using dream-like dislocations of scale. These are wonderfully comic and rich illustrations with a hint of the sinister, that turn classic nursery rhymes into colourful stories about folly and delusion, cruelty, convention and sex.

Hardback

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The Book of the Dog: Dogs in Art
The Book of the Dog: Dogs in Art
Featuring all kinds of dogs – big, small, graceful, cute, funny – The Book of the Dog is a cool and quirky collection of dog art and illustration by artists around the world. Interspersed through the illustrations are short texts about the artists and different breeds, paying homage to man's best friend. Beautifully designed and packaged, the book will appeal to dog lovers of all ages.   Author: Angus Hyland Paperback, 160 pages Illustrated throughour in colour
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The Deer Park by Martin Hesp
The Deer Park by Martin Hesp

A modern fairy-tale based on the real-life West Country village of Dunster in England.

A brother and sister find themselves in the huge dark forest which cloaks the hills above their home. As the Christmas holidays arrive it becomes colder and colder and the world is covered in thick snow, so they find themselves having all manner of adventures in the mysterious Deer Forest which belongs to the folk in The Castle where their mother works. There's a giant and a witch as well as a Hobby Horse and a strange but kindly Tree Spirit which helps them to find their father who has become lost in a distant war.

Paperback

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“AS DARKNESS FALLS” Foxes by Jonathan Walker
“AS DARKNESS FALLS” Foxes by Jonathan Walker

We are excited to publish 'As Darkness Falls- Foxes by Jonathan Walker', a book of over 100 images of some of his finest drawings, sketches and paintings.  

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Format: Hardback, Portrait 24cm x 30cm

Pages: 112 Colour pages

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Garden Birds by Richard Allen (Signed Copy)
Garden Birds by Richard Allen (Signed Copy)
"Some of my earliest birdwatching memories are of birds in our small narrow garden in Berkshire. I can still vividly recall the Blackbird singing from our roof gable on a summer’s evening, the rows of House Sparrows along the chain-link fence, and the excitement of a Siskin appearing on the orange-netted peanut feeder. Many people’s first experience of watching birds is in their garden. Put up a bird table or a nest box and you enter the world of Robins, Blue Tits and Starlings. It is fascinating to see the daily comings and goings, each species having its own distinctive character and behaviour. Cheeky and acrobatic Great and Blue Tits on the feeders, chattering Sparrows in the bushes, Starlings arriving in a noisy gang, while a Dunnock quietly feeds, unconcerned on the ground. The cast of characters will change with seasons and the weather. Summer finds Robins, tits and Blackbirds nesting and Swifts screaming around the roof tops, by autumn the Swallows are heading south while finches and tits are forming mixed roving flocks. Winter is often the best time for garden birdwatching, short days mean the birds are very actively feeding and a bit of ice and snow may bring in a rarity such as a Redwing or Fieldfare, possibly even a Hawfinch. Spring and the woodpeckers are drumming and bird song reaches its peak and so the cycle begins again. There is always something to keep a garden watcher interested." Richard Allen [space_20] Format: Hardback, 12cm x 12cm Pages: 46 black and white pages Signed by the author [space_20]
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