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‘The message from Sue Belfrage is clear – get up, get dressed and get out. And take the kids to reconnect with nature!’ – Chris Packham
‘A generous, open-hearted book for our times, full of the sheer joy of discovery’ – Paul Evans, Guardian Country Diarist
‘A lovely book, engaging all of your senses like a walk through the woods. There is so much here to enjoy, whether you live in a town house or country cottage.’ – Kevin Parr, author of Rivers Run
‘If you don’t have a generous, enthusiastic, artist friend to accompany you as you explore the natural world in your neighbourhood be of good heart. Author and artist Sue Belfrage just fits that description as does her beautiful little illustrated book-cum-journal’ – Living Woods magazine
‘A heartening book about how to reconnect with nature for one’s own well-being… written with a warm, light touch, and decorated with attractive illustrations.’ – Woodland Awards 2017
‘This guide to rediscovering nature in an overly complex world is a real thing of beauty.’ – Country Walking Magazine
‘This charming little book contains top tips for getting out into wild nature […] a great gift for those hunting for natural inspiration.’ – Countryfile Magazine
About the Author
Sue Belfrage lives in a cottage in rural Somerset with her husband and pet animals. A writer and artist, she draws inspiration from the land around her.
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I recommend digging into this book as I think the best bits are deeper in. My favourite section is about Wood because that contained a lot of information that I didn't know
I particularly liked hearing Sue read her own book.