Bibliography of Charles, Prince of Wales

Bibliography of Charles, Prince of Wales

The Bibliography of Charles, Prince of Wales is a list of approximately three dozen works which HRH Charles, Prince of Wales has authored, co-authored, illustrated or narrated and includes works for which he has written a foreword, introduction or preface.

Any royalties the Prince receives go to The Prince's Charities Foundation, [ cite web|url= |title=The Prince's Charities Foundation Accounts 2006/7 ] as do any profits from Duchy Originals.


*"The Old Man of Lochnagar". Illustrated by Sir Hugh Maxwell Casson, K.C.V.O. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1980. Hardcover: ISBN 0-241-10527-7.

*"A Vision of Britain". Doubleday (1989). Hardcover: ISBN 0-385-26903-X, ISBN 978-0385269032.

*"Rain Forest Lecture". Royal Botanic Gardens (1990). Paperback: ISBN 0-947-64325-7.

*"HRH the Prince of Wales Watercolours". Little, Brown and Company, (1991). Hardcover: ISBN 0-821-21881-6.


* "Mary Rose". With Armand Hammer. New York: The Sarpedon Press, eds. Photographs: Pat Baker, Christopher Dobbs, Dominic Fontana, Steve Foote. Illustrations: Tayburn London, Arthur Barbose, Nick Evans, Debby Fulford. Portsmouth: The Mary Rose Trust (1985). ASIN|B000FBLSNW.

*"Architecture & the Environment: HRH The Prince of Wales and the Earth in Balance (Architectural Design Profile)". With Andreas C. Papadakis. John Wiley & Sons (1993). Paperback: ISBN 1-854-90143-5.

*"Highgrove: An Experiment in Organic Gardening and Farming". With Charles Clover, environment editor for "The Daily Telegraph", photography by Andrew Lawson. New York City: Simon & Schuster (1993). Hardcover: ISBN 0-671-79177-X.

* "Portrait of an Estate". With Charles Clover. Photography by Andrew Lawson. London: A. G. Carrick. (1993). Paperback: ISBN 0-753-80018-7, ISBN 978-0753800188. Other editions include Cassell's Paperback: ISBN 1-841-88170-8, ISBN 978-1841881706.

*"Princes As Patrons: The Art Collections of the Princes of Wales from the Renaissance to the Present Day: An Exhibition from the Royal Collection". With Mark Evans, Oliver Millar, National Museum and Gallery, Cardiff. Merrell Holberton (1998). Hardcover: ISBN 1-858-94054-0.

*"The Parks and Gardens of Cornwall". With Douglas Ellory Pett. Cornwall: Alison Hodge Publishers (1998). Hardcover: ISBN 0-906-72027-3.

*"Respect for the Earth: Sustainable Development." BBC Radio 4 Reith Lectures (2000).cite news |url= |title= Reith 2000 Lectures |author= BBC Radio 4 |format= html |work= BBC News |quote= ] With Christopher Patten, et al. London: Profile Books (2000). Paperback: ISBN 1-861-97254-7, ISBN 978-1861972545.

*"The Garden at Highgrove". With Candida Lycett Green. Photography by Andrew Lawson and Christopher Simon Sykes. London: Cassell & Co. (2001). Paperback: ISBN 1-841-88142-2, ISBN 978-1841881423.

*"Watercolours and Drawings from the Collection of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother". With Susan Owens. Royal Collection Enterprises (2005). Paperback: ISBN 1902163788, ISBN 978-1902163789.


*"Travels with the Prince: Paintings and Drawings Selected by H.R.H. the Prince of Wales." Imogen Lock, ed. Framlingham: Sheeran Lock (1998). Paperback: ISBN 1-900-12320-7, ISBN 978-1900123204.


*"The Prince's Choice: A Personal Selection from Shakespeare: Performed by Richard Briers & Cast". William Shakespeare. Performed by Richard Briers, John Gielgud, Glenda Jackson, Alan Bates, Robert Lindsay, Maggie Smith, Juliet Stevenson, et al. Narrated by Charles, Prince of Wales. Selections divided into categories (e.g. extraordinary people, public life, humour). London: Hodder & Stoughton Audio Books (1995). Audio Cassette / Audiobook: ISBN 1-859-98514-9, ISBN 978-1859985144.


*"Airborne Free: Red Devils & Other Rare Breeds". Mark Bryant, ed. London: Leo Cooper, Octopus Books (1990). Paperback: ISBN 0-850-52153-X, ISBN 978-0850521535.: Observations on airborne forces and wildlife management by more than fifty cartoonists: George Worsley Adamson, Barry Fantoni, Alex Graham, Martin Honeysett, Peter Maddocks, Gerald Scarfe, Bill Tidy, Kevin Woodcock "et al." (Royalties to the Airborne Forces Charities Development Trust and the David Shepherd Conservation Foundation.) See also: Red Devils (Parachute Regiment).

*"Village Buildings of Britain". Matthew Rice. Little, Brown (1991). Hardcover: ISBN 0-316-88866-4, ISBN 978-0316888660.

*"A Countrywoman's Notes". Rosemary Verey. London: Frances Lincoln (1993). Miniature edition, Hardcover: ISBN 0-711-20888-3, ISBN 978-0711208889.

*"Charity Appeals: The Complete Guide to Success." Marion Allford Dent. JM Dent & Institute of Fundraising Managers (1993). Paperback: ISBN 0-460-86191-3, ISBN 978-0460861915.

*"World Reshaped - Fifty Years After the War in Europe: Volume 1", Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI). Richard Cobbold, ed. Palgrave Macmillan (1996). Paperback: ISBN 0-333-65453-6, ISBN 978-0333654538.

*"Polo". Susan Barrantes, author and photographer. Introduction by Juan Carlos Harriot. Buenos Aires: Ediciones Lariviere, Rizzoli International (1997). Hardcover: ISBN 9-879-52808-5.

*"Historical Atlas of South-West England (Exeter Studies in Film History)". Roger Kain and William Ravenhill, eds. Illustrated by Helen Jones. Exeter: University of Exeter Press (1999). Hardcover: ISBN 0-859-89434-7, ISBN 978-0859894340.

*"Hospice Without Walls". Andrew Bibby. Photographs by Ski Harrison. Preface by Margaret Forster. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (1999). Paperback: ISBN 0-903-31986-1.

*"A Prayer for All Seasons: The Collects of the Book of Common Prayer". Introduction by Ian Curteis. Cambridge: Lutterworth Press (1999). Paperback: ISBN 0-718-82994-8, ISBN 978-0718829940.

*"Your Passport to Safer Travel (World Wise)". Mark Hodson. Thomas Cook (2000). Paperback: ISBN 1-900-34114-X.

*"The Integrated Health Bible: Healing, Vitality and Well-Being - The Ultimate Reference Guide". Mosaraf Ali. Vermilion (2001). Paperback: ISBN 0-091-85626-4, ISBN 978-0091856267.

*"The Bushmen of Southern Africa: Slaughter of the Innocent". Sandy Gall. Pimlico (2002). Paperback: ISBN 0-712-66436-X, ISBN 978-0712664363.

*"The Cancer Prevention Book: Holistic Guidelines From the World-Famous Bristol Cancer Help Centre". Rosy Daniel and Rachel Ellis. Hunter House Publishers (2002). Hardcover: ISBN 0-897-93361-3.

*"The Apothecaries' Garden". Sue Minter. Stroud: Sutton Publishing (2003). Paperback: ISBN 0-750-93638-X, ISBN 978-0750936385.

*"La Mortella: An Italian Garden Paradise". Susana Walton. Photographs by John Ferro Sims. New Holland Publishers (2003). Hardcover: ISBN 1-859-74916-X, ISBN 978-1859749166.

*"An Entertaining Life". Harry Secombe. London: Robson Books Ltd (2004). Paperback: ISBN 1-861-05811-X, ISBN 978-1861058119.

*"Fauna Britannica". Stefan T. Buczacki. Hamlyn (2005). Paperback: ISBN 0-600-61392-5, ISBN 978-0600613923.

*"History and Landscape: The Guide to National Trust Properties in England, Wales and Northern Ireland". Lydia Greeves. National Trust Books (2006). Hardcover: ISBN 1-905-40013-6, ISBN 978-1905400133.


*"Living Free". H.A. Williams. London: Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd. (2006). Paperback: ISBN 0-826-49469-2, ISBN 978-0826494696.


* "Wells Cathedral West Front: Construction, Sculpture and Conservation." Jerry Sampson. Foreword by Peter E. Lasko. Stroud: Sutton Publishing (1998). ISBN 0-75091-450-5, ISBN 978-0750914505. ASIN|0750914505.

*"Sealed by Time: The Loss and Recovery of the Mary Rose. Vol. I: The Archaeology of the Mary Rose."cite web |url= |title= Review of "Sealed by Time: the loss and recovery of the Mary Rose. Vol. I: The Archaeology of the Mary Rose." |author= Alan Aberg |format= html |work= Journal of Maritime Research |date= June 2004 |quote= ] Peter Marsden, et al. Mary Rose Trust Ltd (2003). First of five volumes. Hardcover: ISBN 0-954-40290-1, ISBN 978-0954402907.


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