Monet's garden at Giverny as seen through his paintings.
Building a fort, treehouse or hideaway is part of childhood's imaginary world, where anything might be possible. Forts are universal play places: you can make them almost anywhere, out of almost anything.
A beautiful exploration of the 14 most important female gardeners of the last 100 years, tracing a line from Vita Sackville-West, Rosemary Verey and Beth Chatto to the contemporary exemplars Gill Richardson,
Hannah's playful compositions and a sense of stylistic naivety work in perfect harmony with the theme of the book. Japanese ribbon binding on the book's spine teamed with these playful four-colour illustrations
Why Do I Have To Say Please And Thank You? provides the perfect platform to explore family issues and questions that children have as they grow up and try to make sense
Frances Lincoln has been publishing on gardens, heritage, lifestyle and the outdoors since 1977. We also publish stationery in association with a range of UK cultural institutions. Frances Lincoln has been part of Quarto since 2011.
Become a Frances Lincoln Author Frances Lincoln is a publisher of non-fiction books, predominantly illustrated, on a range of subjects which include the following: gardens and gardening; food and drink; art, architecture and design; travel and the outdoors. See our submission guidelines. Please note that we do not accept any proposals for novels or poetry. If your proposal is suitable for our list, we would be happy to see it. Please bear in mind that we receive a large number of unsolicited manuscripts, so our response times may vary and we ask for your patience. Please do not send your only copy of a manuscript or any original artwork. While we do endeavour to take good care of all submissions we cannot take responsibility for their safe-keeping. A Selection of Our Books