Nicola Davies, Simon Hickmott, Clive Boursnell - Author Picture

Nicola Davies, Simon Hickmott, Clive Boursnell - Authors

NICOLA DAVIES worked for the BBC Natural History Unit for ten years as
a researcher and presenter for a number of natural history programmes
including The Really Wild Show, before becoming a freelance writer. For
children she has written Big Blue Whale, Bat Loves the Night, One Tiny
Turtle and Wild About Dolphins. Surprising Sharks was honoured in the
non-fiction category of the Boston Globe-Horn Book awards. Poo: A
Natural History of the Unmentionable was accompanied by an exhibition
based on it at the Walter Rothschild Zoological Museum. She lives near
Exeter.

SIMON HICKMOTT is a gardener who has worked at Kew Gardens and for
chef Raymond Blanc, and is the author of Growing Unusual Vegetables.

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Grow Your Own Monsters
Nicola Davies, Simon Hickmott, Clive Boursnell - illustrated by Scoular Anderson
A practical guide to growing all kinds of unusual plants – not the ordinary, good looking ones that most people choose to grow! Voodoo Lilies, Venus Fly Traps, Squirting Cucumbers and Abyssinian Bananas are just some of the exotic and...
Lovereading Price: £9.59 - Saving £2.40 (20%) Featured in: 5+ readers | 7+ readers
Format: Hardback | Released 05/08/2010
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