The Plant People - Anna Lewington, 2022
This is an adventure story for children. Set in the grounds of London's famous Kew Gardens and using some of the trees and plants that are growing there today as characters, it aims to show children in a novel and amusing way the origin of some of the everyday things they'll be familiar with. Buy from this website

The Plant People - Anna Lewington

Birch - Reaktion Books, London, 2018
Widely popular as amenity and garden trees, admired for the beauty of their foliage and for their tactile bark, wild birches are pioneers, transforming barren landscapes and providing food or habitat for many other forms of life. This richly illustrated book presents a fascinating overview of their cultural and ecological significance and looks too at what the future may hold for them.

Birch - Anna Lewington


Ancient Trees: Trees that live for a Thousand Years (co-author: Edward Parker) - Anova Books/Batsford, 2012

Plants For People - Transworld/Eden Project Books, 2003

Ancient Trees: Trees that live for a Thousand Years
(co-author: Edward Parker) - Collins & Brown, 1999. (Paperback edition, Chrysalis, 2000)

People of the Rainforest - Wayland, 1998

Wayland Atlas of Threatened Cultures (South & Central America chapters) - Wayland, 1996

Wayland Atlas of Rainforests - Wayland, 1996

Mexico - Wayland. 1996

Brazil - Wayland, 1995

Rainforest Amerindians - Wayland (Easy-reader version), 1995

What do We Know About Amazonian Indians - Simon & Schuster, 1993

Antonio’s Rainforest - Wayland, 1992

Rainforest Amerindians - Wayland, 1992

Plants For People - Natural History Museum/Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, 1990