Nearly 40 years ago, a rediscovered diary enchanted the nation. Edith Holden's 'Nature Notes for 1906' captured her observations on the English countryside's changing seasons, accompanied by exquisite illustrations of its flora and fauna.
Edith Holden (1871-1920) was a British artist and teacher. In 1906, she recorded her observations about the countryside and seasons around her in an illustrated diary, full of exquisite watercolour paintings. In 1977, her journal was re-discovered and published as The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady.
A stunning new colouring book that will take you through a year in the life of the English countryside. * From the publisher's description *