[b]Rating[/b]: 5 out of 5 stars
This book is a great way to learn how to make any form of wildlife habitat in your own garden. No matter what you are trying to attract, from frogs to bee's and insects, butterflies and more, there are concise tips and guides for making items like bird boxes and ponds.
No matter what space you have access too for making a garden, with a this book, you can learn how to lay a garden completed with whatever habitat attraction you desire.
Filled with beautiful images and helpful advice, Kate's guide is a great way to aid you to create your dream garden.
NetGalley, reviewed by Eve Witherington
This is a welcome reissue of a fascinating volume by the accomplished scholar Professor Jocelyn Toynbee, originally published in 1973. She describes the roles that animals played in the Roman world or in warfare, as domestic pets or as food. She also outlines their mythological and religious symbolism. An added extra is the appendix on Roman veterinary medicine.