Each page features a treasury of wild animals, flora and fauna; whether its nestled inside an overgrown hedgerow or discovering a tadpole-filled pond. The drawings are all captioned with their English and Latin names, reminiscent of a gardening book.
Each illustration is contained within a square border so you don't have to worry about each one going right up to the spine of the book, which can be annoying sometimes. This also makes it easier to remove the pages and frame your artwork if you wish.
As I received a PDF copy of this book I cannot comment on the quality or type of paper used, but I have been promised a hard copy after its release on 28th May. I will update this review accordingly.
Take a look at my finished pages below, I really enjoyed colouring them and getting back to nature :)