A Tree A Day by Amy-Jane Beer
A Tree A Day by Amy-Jane Beer
Amy-Jane Beer

A Tree A Day



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Described as ‘forest bathing in book form’, each of the 366 entries in this beautiful book – one tree for every day of the year – reveals some of the fascinating history made beneath their branches, or the creativity they inspire. From the awesome Californian redwoods, titans of the tree world, to tiny but exquisite bonsai, and from the fantastically irritable sentinel willow of Harry Potter fame to the Japanese springtime tradition of hanami (blossom viewing), it’s a captivating pictorial collection of one of the longest-living lifeforms on earth. 

Amy-Jane Beer is a nature writer and educator. She has authored dozens of books on natural history, writes on nature for The Guardian, and contributes regularly to BBC Wildlife magazine and the Yorkshire Post.

Details & Care
  • Publisher: Batsford Publishing
  • Hard cover
  • Number of pages:  386 pages
  • Full colour photography
  • ISBN: 9781849946520