Poppy Goes Wild

SKU: ISBN 978-1-912678-28-0

Poppy is on a mission to save her grandad’s farm by returning the countryside to a time when flower meadows grew wild and native animals flourished. Can Poppy succeed in helping nature to work its magic?

Foreword by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall - the multi-award-winning writer and broadcaster known for his uncompromising commitment to seasonal, ethically produced food and his concern for the environment

  • Ages 7+
  • Paperback

Glowing testimonials:

Joanna Lumley OBE; Actress, presenter, former model, author, television producer, and committed activist including being a patron of Earth Restoration Service since 2008.
‘Poppy is the child we all long to be: brave, curious, headstrong, compassionate and the best fun in the world. Her love for wildlife will chime with children everywhere: an adorable book.'

Gordon Buchanan; wildlife filmmaker and TV presenter.
'Poppy Goes Wild is a beautifully inspiring story wonderfully illustrated. To protect nature we must love nature and hear what our planet is telling us. This book serves as a reminder that we must also listen to our children. Out of the mouths of babes...'

Jimmy Doherty; farmer and TV presenter.
'This enchanting book celebrates the thrilling experience of discovering wildlife when you are young. There are many lessons that we can learn from the past and allowing more land to run wild and free is a vital one.'

Iolo Williams, TV naturalist and author.
'This is a cracking book. Poppy is cheeky and irresistible in her quest to make the world a better place for wildlife.'

Olly Smith, broadcaster, wine critic, and patron of The Bumblebee Conservation Trust.
'This charming tale is a timely reminder of the deep value in connecting more deeply with the natural world and allowing it to flourish and grow ever more wonderfully wild.'