(PRWEB UK) 26 April 2014
For anyone who's thinking of getting some work done on their garden this spring, there's no need to look further than the Book People for a wide selection of practical, accessible and informative gardening books.
With titles from some of the best-known and most respected names in gardening, there really is something to suit every green-fingered reader at the Book People - and all at value-for-money prices. Both novices and experienced gardeners alike are sure to find books that'll help them make the most of their garden this spring.
What's more, the Book People also have an extensive range of DIY books to choose from - so would-be domestic gods and goddesses are almost spoilt for choice.
"Now that the summer is almost upon us, it's the perfect time to spruce up your garden in anticipation of the better weather," said Ryan Barham, editor at the Book People. "That's why we're pleased to offer such a wide range of gardening books - they're packed full of handy hints and tips for getting the garden spick and span this spring."
Among the gardening books currently available from the Book People is The Patch: The Big Allotment Challenge by Tessa Evelegh. Written to accompany the BBC television series of the same name and priced at only £6.99 from the Book People - a saving of £13.01 on the recommended retail price - this book contains a wealth of advice on growing your own crops as well as a selection of tasty recipes.
Other books available in the Book People's home and garden collections include How to Garden by Alan Titchmarsh - priced at £4.99 - and the Royal Horticultural Society's Good Fruit and Veg Guide, priced at only £3.99.
Visit the Book People's website at http://www.thebookpeople.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CategoryDisplay?categoryId=48155&storeId=10001&catalogId=10051&langId=100 to see just what's on offer this spring.