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Mon, 18 Jan 2021

Pimpernel Press Launches Digital Book Collection For Subscription

London, 18th January 2021

Pimpernel Press Launches Digital Book Collection For Subscription

Independent publisher Pimpernel Press has launched a new digital collection of fine illustrated books that are available for individual and institutional subscriptions through the Exact Editions platform. The growing collection’s central theme of gardening is punctuated by elements of architecture, design and art, making the 25-title strong resource a must-have for green-fingered enthusiasts and professionals alike.

Founded in 2013, Pimpernel Press publishes beautiful books that showcase brilliant photographs and illustrations alongside authoritative content. The collection comprises not only ‘how-to’ books and descriptions of famous gardens penned by such revered figures as Beth Chatto and Fergus Garrett, but also includes memoirs, such as that of leading international landscape and garden designer John Brookes MBE.

Readers can use the Exact Editions platform’s advanced search function to easily locate specific references to places, renowned gardeners or historic events within individual titles, or across the complete collection. Furthermore, the slick navigational tools that extend across the online reader and the ‘Exactly’ iOS and Android apps permit readers to jump between pages, chapters and books with ease.

The Pimpernel Press Collection is available in the Exact Editions individuals and institutional shops here:

Individuals

Institutions

Managing Director, Gail Lynch commented: “We’re so pleased with how visually compelling the books look on the screen; it’s wonderful to offer our readers the opportunity to browse each illustrated title at the click of a button.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “Gardening and design enthusiasts will adore the ease with which they can navigate the collection across devices, as it allows them to access the treasure trove of fascinating content from wherever they are.”


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