The Curiositree: Natural World by Amanda Wood an Mike Jolley (Wide Eyed Editions, RRP £17.99) has to be one of the most gorgeous books I’ve ever seen. It’s also a wealth of knowledge on all things natural, from mammals and insects to seeds and trees. It’s exquisitely illustrated by Owen Davey and offers clever colour coding so you can find exactly what you want quickly – yellow for habitats, orange for species an blue for special adaptations (aka animal superpowers) – with matching ribbon bookmarks, so you don’t lose your place. Packed full of fascinating facts (Did you know that a blue whale can eat 40 million krill in a single day?) that budding David Attenboroughs will adore, this would make such a great gift.