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– An’ Nature trace whare’er she goes –
Robert Burns

Here are some beautiful and inspiring reads on nature writing, walking, well-being, and Scotland. Do come back and browse this page from time to time as I will be adding more tempting books over the coming weeks. So, grab one of these books, curl up with blanket, and read, relax, and breathe…

For a quick nature and well-being escape, take a look at my regular snippets of nature writing and photography on Twitter and Instagram.

Lagom: The Swedish Art of Living Well, Lola A Akerstrom

Rewild Yourself: 23 Ways to Make Nature More Visible, Simon Barnes

The Art of Coorie, Gabriella Bennett

Forest: Walking through Trees, Matt Collins

The Nature of Autumn, Jim Crumley

Wildwood: A Journey through Trees, Roger Deacon

The Pebbles on the Beach, Clarence Ellis

How to See Nature, Paul Evans

Food You Can Forage, Tiffany Francis

The Walker’s Guide to Outdoor Clues and Signs, Tristan Gooley

Wild Guide Scotland, Kimberley Grant, David Boyson Cooper and Richard Gaston

Spring: An Anthology for the Changing Seasons, Melissa Harrison

The Sea Inside, Philip Hoare

Walking the Woods and the Water, Nick Hunt

Forest Therapy, Sarah Ivans

Scotland’s 100 Best Walks, Cameron McNeish

The Lost Words, Robert MacFarlane and Jackie Morris

The Old Ways, Robert MacFarlane

The Wild Places, Robert MacFarlane

The Wild Remedy, Emma Mitchell

Slow: Finding Peace and Purpose in a Hectic World, Jo Peters

Wanderlust: A History of Walking, Rebecca Solnit

A Field Guide to Getting Lost, Rebecca Solnit

A Scot’s Dictionary of Nature, Amanda Thomson

The Book of Tides: A Journey through Coastal Waters of Our Islands, William Thomson

Hygge, Louisa Thomson-Brits

Wilding, Isabella Tree

The Pocket Gaelic-English, English-Gaelic Dictionary, Angus Watson

The Key to Happiness, Meik Wiking