Why do plants produce fruit? With many being poisonous it begs the question as to why they exist and how they come to be in here in the first place. Taking a straightforward approach to fruit, Rob Kesseler and Wolfgang Stuppy's book, Fruit, is a no-nonsense break down of the intricate inner-workings of an invaluable part of our ecosystem.

Informative, direct and stunningly designed with close-up imagery of the seeds of fruit, this book is the ideal read for fruit fans and those curious about their complex nature. Addressing topics including 'What's in a fruit', 'Dispersal' and the different ways in which fruit seeds can be distributed, not to mention the different types of fruit, such as fleshy fruits and their evolution, Fruit is a must-have read.

This hardback with glossy imagery and informative text is an eye-catching and riveting read. Whether finding out about fruit for the first time or brushing up on your knowledge, you will enjoy learning about the edible, inedible and incredible with Fruit.

Fruit by Rob Kesseler and Wolfgang Stuppy, published by Papadakis, is available to buy from all good book stores, RRP £20.

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