“In the middle of the most beautiful magical island lived a Little Hedgewitch”
“At first glance this is an enchanting tale for children, but within its pages there are hidden messages for us all. Guided by her love for the natural world our heroine finds the courage to bring new life to an impoverished land. With this comes a determination to leave her cosy corner sometimes, to make a difference to the future, by teaching others about the importance of the hedgerow trees and plants… A woman after my own heart!” Glennie Kindred, author of Letting In the Wild Edges
“I want to celebrate the beautiful creation ~ ‘The Little Hedgewitch’ written by Jules Cooper! It is such a lovely and inspiring book and I encourage everyone to get a copy and pass it on to friends, young and old alike. I am grateful to be exposed to such grounded earth goodness! Many blessings!” Katrina Blair, author of The Wild Wisdom of Weeds
“Charmingly illustrated by Femke van Gent, the author Jules Cooper manages to convey the magic qualities of a beautiful hedgerow – home to so many species both animal and plant – in an enticing story that will capture the imaginations of children and effortlessly teach them how valuable these habitats are on the edges of our villages, towns and in the open countryside.” Maddy Harland, co-founder and editor of Permaculture magazine and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
Author Jules Cooper is a Wild Crafter who lives on a small holding on the Isle of Anglesey. She is passionate about the preservation of our native hedgerows and wild spaces, and regularly runs workshops teaching people about the wonders of wild plants. Jules is also known on Anglesey for her award winning hedgerow-inspired fruit leathers and has been referred to as a wild food alchemist and a Hedgewitch!