Shem Compion’s Insider’s Guide is not only a book about wildlife photography. It’s a book about place and subject, and how best to capture them.
Jacques Marais' wanderlust and enthusiasm for the trail comes through in his new offering, making it more than just a guide on where to ride.
To make the complex simple takes an exceptional scientist and to communicate well you need to know much more than you tell. This book is an example.
Paths to Pubs by veteran hiker Tony Burton is a concise, practical and easy-to-use guide that will inspire you to explore routes you didn’t even know existed, but it’s the nifty pub recommendations for a post-hike wind-down that distinguish this book from the rest.
Beware those of you with serious wanderlust – you’ll find yourself looking longingly at sailing magazines after reading Thinking up a Hurricane.
In this book, Juliet Eilperin takes readers along on her travels through the hidden world of sharks, revealing that people still really have a lot to learn about these majestic predators.
In this incredibly beautifully illustrated work Douglas Palmer has put together a 400-page compendium of everything you need to know to fly Spaceship Earth and, mercifully, in easily accessible language.
Dana Snyman’s incredible knack for telling stories and observing the world as it is doesn’t just create an honest book filled with sad truths, but one that also gives the reader a positive outlook on South Africa.
This book is Sharon Pincott’s second and continues the story of her time with the presidential elephants of Zimbabwe and is entertaining, informative and brutally honest.