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Angela Harding - Friday 22nd March

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Friday 22nd March 

An Evening with Angela Harding 

Kibworth Cricket Club, 7.30pm (Doors 7pm) 

Kibworth books is delighted to welcome printmaker and illustrator Angela Harding to talk to us about her latest book project, Wilding: How to Bring Wildlife Back - An Illustrated Guide, a brand new book written by Isabella Tree. She will also be talking about her illustration process and life as a creative artist. 

Angela will be happy to sign copies of her book purchased from Kibworth Books, in advance of the event or on the day.  

Please note tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable.

About Angela Harding

Angela Harding is an author, printmaker and illustrator who lives in Rutland. British birds and animals have always inspired her artwork especially familiar garden birds like sparrows and blackbirds and waders such as Curlews, Redshanks and Oystercatchers. She is the author and illustrator of A Year Unfolding: A Printmaker’s View and Wild Light: A Printmaker’s Day and Night and has created the covers for many bestselling books, including The Salt Path and The Wild Silence by Raynor Winn, October, October by Katya Balen, English Pastoral by James Rebanks, Christmas is Murder by Val McDermid and RSPB Birds among many others.  Most recently she has collaborated with award-winning author and journalist Isabella Tree on Wilding: How to bring wildlife back – an illustrated guide.

About the Book 

Wilding: How to Bring Wildlife Back - An Illustrated Guide is a reimagining of Wilding: The Return of Nature to a British Farm by Isabella Tree. This beautiful brand new illustrated gift book tells the story of a remarkable experiment: the rewilding of the Knepp Estate in West Sussex. Illustrated with lino prints and watercolours by Angela Harding, the book explains how rewilding works and beautiful spreads featuring species that have returned and thrive including butterflies, bats, owls and beetles.

There are accessible in-garden activities to 're-wild' your own spaces and the book encourages readers of all ages to slow down and observe the natural world around them, and start to understand the connections between species and habitats, and the huge potential for life right on their doorstep.

Pre-order your copy of Wilding

(Please note, supply of the Independent Bookshop edition of Angela's book is very limited and will be whilst stocks last. Orders placed thereafter will be fulfilled with the standard - but still exquisitely beautiful - edition. We will endeavour to supply all orders with a free art print wherever possible, whilst stocks last.) 

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