Nature Tales for Winter Nights

Nature Tales for Winter Nights

Nature Writing
Hardback Published on: 12/10/2023
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Nature Tales for Winter Nights
This really is a book to read by the fire on a cold winter night. Ranging from myths to cozy stories there is something everyone will enjoy. It is simple s... READ MORE


From the author of Fifty Words for Snow comes a treasure trove of nature tales from storytellers across the globe, bringing a little magic and wonder to every winter night. As the evenings draw in - a time of reckoning, rest and restoration - immerse yourself in this new seasonal anthology. Nature Tales for Winter Nights puts winter - rural, wild and urban - under the microscope and reveals its wonder. From the late days of autumn, through deepest cold, and towards the bright hope of spring, here is a collection of familiar names and dazzling new discoveries. Join the naturalist Linnaeus travelling on horseback in Lapland, witness frost fairs on the Thames and witch-hazel harvesting in Connecticut, experience Alpine adventure, polar bird myths and courtship in the snow in classical Japan and ancient Rome. Observations from Beth Chatto's garden and Tove Jansson's childhood join company with artists' private letters, lines from Anne Frank's diary and fireside stories told by indigenous voices.

  • Publisher: Elliott & Thompson Limited
  • ISBN: 9781783967421
  • Number of pages: 272
  • Dimensions: 216 x 135 mm

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Nature Tales for Winter Nights
I was expecting essays by writers about the winter, but it isn't.
Thanks to NetGalley and Elliott & Thompson for the advanced copy of this title in return for an honest review. Prepare yourself firstly for a long list ... READ MORE
Victoria Bucknell
Nature Tales for Winter Nights
Not my cup of tea
This book that contains an amalgamation of stories and some poems from different authors, one by herself, was unfortunately not my cup of tea. I found the ... READ MORE
Sophie Smith-Patterson