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The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2015

by Rebecca Skloot & Tim Folger

Rebecca Skloot, #1 New York Times best-selling author, edits this year’s volume of the finest science and nature writing.

Norwegian Wood: Chopping, Stacking, and Drying Wood the Scandinavian Way

by Lars Mytting

The latest Scandinavian publishing phenomenon is not a Stieg Larsson-like thriller; it's a book about chopping, stacking, and burning wood that has sold more than 200,000 copies in Norway and Sweden and has...

The Land of Little Rain

by Mary Austin

In this classic poetic study, the Southwestern desert is envisioned as a place of austere beauty that weaves a lasting spell over its inhabitants. Fourteen sketches describe plants, animals, Indians, prospectors, and...

Do Unto Animals: A Friendly Guide to How Animals Live, and How We Can Make Their Lives Better

by Tracey Stewart & Lisel Ashlock

The more we know about the animals in our world and the better we care for them, the better our lives will be. Former veterinary technician and animal advocate Tracey Stewart understands this better than most—and...

Great Soul of Siberia: Passion, Obsession, and One Man's Quest for the World's Most Elusive Tiger

by Sooyong Park & John Vaillant

In The Great Soul of Siberia, renowned tiger researcher Sooyong Park tracks three generations of Siberian tigers living in remote southeastern Russia. Reminiscent of the way Timothy Treadwell (the so-called...

No Fixed Address

by Robyn Davidson

In every religion I can think of, there exists some variation on the theme of abandoning the settled life and walking one's way to godliness. The Hindu Sadhu, leaving behind family and wealth to live as a beggar;...

Steelhead Country: Angling for a Fish of Legend

by Steve Raymond

Steelhead Country is not just a collection of random fishing stories. It is a personal and lovingly crafted account of a life spent immersed in a tradition that stretches back generations. Acclaimed flyfisherman...

Howl: of Woman and Wolf

by Susan Imhoff Bird

Bird's intriguing exploration of wolves and the people who care about them reveals profound truths—about herself and about our world.

Two Percent Solutions for the Planet: 50 Low-Cost, Low-Tech, Nature-Based Practices for Combatting Hunger, Drought, and Climate Change

by Courtney White

Two Percent Solutions for the Planet profiles fifty innovative practices that soak up carbon dioxide in soils, reduce energy use, sustainably intensify food production, and increase water quality. The "two percent"...

The Valley of Flowers: An Adventure in the Upper Himalaya

by Frank S. Smythe

‘The predominant note was peace; not the faintest breeze ruffled the herbage and the silence was the silence of a vast ocean utterly calm, though always the sounds of the streams came to the ear as a soft,...

Fog at Hillingdon

by David K Langford, Rick Bass & Andrew Sansom

While fog does not come easily or frequently to Central Texas, when it does, it inspires moments of quiet and reflection. David K. Langford captures those moments here in stirring images of the comings and goings...

The Joy of Hobby Farming: Grow Food, Raise Animals, and Enjoy a Sustainable Life

by Audrey Levatino & Michael Levatino

When the farm is a lifestyle, but not quite a way to earn a living, it’s considered hobby farming. Most of us want to live a sustainable and healthy life in which we protect the environment and keep it safe...

The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt's New World

by Andrea Wulf

The acclaimed author of Founding Gardeners reveals the forgotten life of Alexander von Humboldt, the visionary German naturalist whose ideas changed the way we see the natural world—and in the process created...

The Worst of Times: How Life on Earth Survived Eighty Million Years of Extinctions

by Paul B. Wignall

Two hundred and sixty million years ago, life on Earth suffered wave after wave of cataclysmic extinctions, with the worst—the end-Permian extinction—wiping out nearly every species on the planet. The Worst...

Primates in the Real World: Escaping Primate Folklore and Creating Primate Science

by Georgina M. Montgomery

The opening of this vital new book centers on a series of graves memorializing baboons killed near Amboseli National Park in Kenya in 2009--a stark image that emphasizes both the close emotional connection between...

The Baltimore School of Urban Ecology: Space, Scale, and Time for the Study of Cities

by J. Morgan Grove, Mary Cadenasso & Steward T. Pickett

The first “urban century” in history has arrived: a majority of the world’s population now resides in cities and their surrounding suburbs. Urban expansion marches on, and the planning and design of future...

Boundless: Tracing Land and Dream in a New Northwest Passage

by Kathleen Winter

In 2010, bestselling author Kathleen Winter (Annabel) embarked on a journey across the storied Northwest Passage, among marine scientists, historians, archaeologists, anthropologists, and curious passengers....

The Company of Trees: A Year in a Lifetime¿s Quest

by Thomas Pakenham

Thomas Pakenham, indefatigable champion of trees, narrates a story of exploration and discovery, and of life-cycles that are longer than our own. Lavishly illustrated, The Company of Trees recounts his personal...

Owls: Our Most Charming Bird

by Matt Sewell

An enchanting illustrated guide to owl species of the world.

In this beautiful and highly giftable art book, artist and ornithologist Matt Sewell captures 50 species of the world's most evocative bird: the owl....

The Sea Pool

by Sharon D Moore

With Connell missing, Iris feels her life unravelling around her. Convinced that he is lying injured in the Tasmanian wilderness, or worse, she sets out to find him. In her lonely, desperate search she confronts...