Hardback | 160 pages | 150 x 150mm
Publication April 2018 | ISBN 9781912050420
The Owl Book, packed with stunning photography and interesting facts, is a must-have for owl lovers. The variety and unique characteristics of each species are explained, both those native to Britain and internationally, including the tawny, barn, snowy, long-eared, short-eared and little owl.
Written by Jane Russ, The Owl Book is far more than just another title on the subject, collecting its surrounding myth, legend, art and literature in fascinating detail. This includes some new poetry, a specially written short story from acclaimed writer Jackie Morris and an eclectic range of images of owls in paintings, print, sculpture, ceramics and even leather-work.
Books in the series:
- The Hare Book
- The Owl Book
- The Fox Book
- The Red Squirrel Book
- The Bee Book
- The Robin Book
- The Hedgehog Book
Jane Russ is a nature writer, contributing author and series editor for Graffeg’s Nature Books. Her highly-popular titles to date, covering the physiology, habitats, myth, legend, art and literature of some of Britain’s most popular creatures also include The Hare Book and The Fox Book. She is a former Chair of the Hare Preservation Trust and now serves as secretary.