New Releases

New Releases

New Releases

New this year: A new book from Joanna jackson, A Year in the Life of Kingston and new book from Andrew Wilson, Wild about Richmond & Kew. We are also very proud to announce the publication of our first children's book, Arnold & Friends 


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Wild about Shepherd's Bush & Askew Road

It is hard to imagine that less than 150 years ago the triangle of grass we know as Shepherd's Bush Green was open space surrounded by a few cottages, farm land and nursery gardens and that Askew Road was just a muddy track following the curving course of Stamford Brook as it flowed to the Thames. Although now largely built up there are still signs of this bygone age; where drovers once brought their livestock, people now picnic and modern attractions such as the massive Westfield bring in shoppers from far and wide. Join local photographer Andrew Wilson as he explores the area, showing it off at its very best, and illustrating why this area is such a desirable place to live and work. 

£21.99
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Wild about Fulham

For hundreds of years the Thames was the main route of travel through London, with towns and villages springing up all along its banks, each with their own distinguishing features. Fulham is luckier than most, with a particularly fine 19th century bridge connecting to the southern suburbs. Once a small village situated upstream from London, it has grown into an integral part of the city. Fulham provides the perfect balance, with a modern town centre, picturesque streets and parks, and its riverside veiws. Join local photographer Andrew Wilson as he explores the area and illustrates why Fulham is such a desirable place to live. 

£21.99
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Wild about Barnes

Barnes is a special place, loved by the people who know it and live her. Nestled as it is in the protective loop of the Thames, Barnes is beautifully sheltered and retains many of the elements that reflect village life but is still within striking distance of central London. Join local photographer Andrew Wilson as he explores the leafy avenues and wonderful open spaces that makes Barnes the special place it is. 

£21.99
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New Wild about Notting Hill & North Kensington

This area of London is rightly known for its wonderful gardens but there is so much more to discover. There is a rich diversity of architecture, from the large white villas in the south to the lovely tree-lined streets north of the Westway, and its hard to belive that only 160 years ago it was all just fields.Then there is the Portobello Road and surrounding area, with its colourful array of stalls and people and as much a draw for the locals as the many thousands of tourists who flock to this part of town. Join local photographer Andrew Wilson as he explores this and much more much more, showing off Notting Hill at its very best and illustrating why this area is such a desirable place to live and work.

£21.99

New Wild about Putney & Roehampton

In olden days, Roehampton and particularly Putney were held up as a sanctuary for those living in the city on account of its clean living but still close proximity to town so as to maintain good communications. Over the years nothing has really changed, fields and market gardens may have made way for housing, but we still have in abundance all the things that the Elizabethans loved about being here. The good communications, the river, the entertainment, the rich heritage, the parks and gardens. Join local resident and photographer Andrew Wilson as he explores all these things and more and highlights why the Putney area is such a wonderful place to live and work. 

£21.99
In stock
can be shipped within 7 days

New Arnold & Friends

Arnold is a sad and lonely pigeon. Discover how he overcomes his sorrow through daring deeds and makes new friends amongst the animlas of Barnes Pond in this beautifully illustrated book by new local author Amy Wilson.

£8.99

New A Year in the Life of Kingston

Kingston upon Thames is an ancient market town, wonderfully located next to the River Thames and surrounded by three beautiful royal parks. In this book, Joanna Jackson follows Kingston through the course of a year, her photographs revealing the town, the river and the parks in every mood and season. She delves into its fascinating history, revealing many interesting snippets of information from the past and present.

£21.99
Old price £21.99

New Wild about Richmond & Kew

This area on the borders of London is rightly known for its riverside and wonderful park but there is so much more to discover. There is a rich diversity of architecture, from the large villas off the green to the little shopping alleyways. Then if that wasn’t enough there is the amazing history to go with it all. It’s incredible to think that within a few square miles, you have a Royal Park, the site of an old palace, a World Heritage Site, and a view so revered that its covered by an act of parliament. It is not surprising that people flock here to see the delights of the area for themselves. Join local photographer Andrew Wilson as he explores all this with his camera and much much more, showing off Richmond and Kew at its very best and illustrating why this area is such a desirable place to live and work.

£23.99
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