Wild Life: Return to Your Roots and Rewild

£16.95

Available for Pre-order. Due November 2022.
Wild Life: Return to Your Roots and Rewild Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Explore Australia
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Pages: 224 Illustrations and other contents: Full colour throughout Language: English ISBN: 9781741178012 Categories: , ,

Wild Life is an achingly beautiful gift book that introduces the concept of rewilding. No matter whether you live in the mountains, by the coast, along the banks of a river or in the inner-city, this book is your passport to disconnect from one world and reconnect with another; to put down your devices and pick up where your wild self left off. Featuring stunning photography and illustrations that evoke the magic and healing effects of nature, Wild Life offers 50 accessible projects that will bring rewilding into your life. You’ll press wildflowers, rewild your garden and create a series of micro adventures in your hometown or city. You’ll use the sky to find north and the trees to find your way while out camping and hiking. You’ll close your eyes and listen to the birds, kick off your shoes and forage for seaweed. You’ll reconnect with your roots, and somewhere along the way, find yourself again.

Weight0.44132 kg

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Author Biography

Anna Carlile runs eco-conscious design company, Design By Nature, a collective of creatives who use their passion and talent for the good of the planet. The Australian-based studio designs and creates materials that encourage people to think differently about the world, inspiring them to make change and reconnect to their natural roots. This book was a collaborative effort brought together by the passion and dedication of creative director Anna Carlile, talented designers Megan Edgoose and Kristin Soh, and wordsmiths Vanessa Murray, Georgia Gibson and Jeanie Watson. Anna Carlile is also the author of Grounded: A Companion for Slow Living (Hardie Grant, 2020).