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Hubble in Space

by Amherst Media

Hubble Images from Space: a Virtual Tour is a curated book of images from the Hubble telescope collected using space-based instruments from 1990 to 2017. This amazing selection contains new images of space and...


Fighting Dirty

by Poh-Gek Forkert

Chosen by Now Magazine as one of the;"18 must-read books for fall 2017"

Fighting Dirty tells the story of how one small group of farmers, small-town residents, and Indigenous people fought the world's largest...


The 50 Greatest National Parks of the World

by Aaron Millar

Olympus, the Grand Canyon, Uluru and the Serengeti: national parks are home to the wonders of our natural world.

Award-winning travel writer Aaron Millar explores the greatest national parks of the world, giving...


The Ever Curious Gardener

by Lee Reich

Curious why caressing your cucumber plants will help them bear more fruit? Or why you should grow oranges from seed even if the fruit is inedible? Or why trees need to sleep and how to help them?

Join acclaimed...


Your Guide to Forest Bathing

by M. Amos Clifford

Forest bathing is a gentle, meditative practice of connecting with nature. Simply being present, with all of our senses, in a forest or other wild area, can produce mental, emotional, and physical health benefits....


Bear Attacks

by Stephen Herrero

What causes bear attacks? When should you play dead and when should you fight an attacking bear? What do we know about black and grizzly bears and how can this knowledge be used to avoid bear attacks? And, more...


Complete Guide to Florida Wildflowers

by Roger L. Hammer

This guide features stunning color photographs of more than 600 common wildflowers of Florida. Detailed descriptions and full-color photos aid the reader in identifying plants in the field.


A Thousand-Mile Walk to the Gulf

by John Muir & William Frederic Badè

At the age of 29, naturalist John Muir set out alone for a long hike through the rural American South in the immediate aftermath of the Civil War. This volume chronicles his path from Indiana across Kentucky,...


Fisheries in the Pacific

by Simonne Pauwels & Elodie Fache

Fisheries in the Pacific: The Challenges of Governance and Sustainability is a multidisciplinary book, which examines various aspects of coastal and oceanic fisheries in Pacific waters. These interrelated fisheries...


Cane Toad Wars

by Rick Shine

In 1935, an Australian government agency imported 100 specimens of the Central and South American cane toad in an attempt to manage insects devastating sugar cane harvests. The cane toad had been introduced...


Animal rights and character quotes (Special edition)

by J. Horsfield

Animal rights and character quotes (Special edition)

by Hearts and Minds Media

Animal rights quotes - Raising awareness. Speaking up for those who cannot. Speaking for rights.

A small sample

Animal Rights Sayings...


Panda Nation

by E. Elena Songster

A logo on products ranging from chopsticks and toilet paper to cell phones and automobiles, the panda is one of the most ubiquitous images in China and throughout the world. Yet the panda holds little notable...


Catching Thunder

by Eskil Engdal & Kjetil Sæter

Spanning 10,000 miles and across three oceans, the pursuit by a conservationist group of the poaching vessel Thunder was the longest chase of its kind in maritime history. This is the first book to tell that...


Submerged History

by Roger C. Smith

This heavily illustrated book has 14 chapters written by archaeologists who study Florida's sunken heritage in unique underwater sites. Learn from them the secrets at the bottom of springs and rivers, discover...


Far from Land

by Michael Brooke & Bruce Pearson

Seabirds evoke the spirit of the earth's wildest places. They spend large portions of their lives at sea, often far from land, and nest on beautiful and remote islands that humans rarely visit. Thanks to the...


Zeeba

by Sheila Y. Schroeder

I scooped up Zeebe in my arms and held her close. Her little body felt cold and she didn't move. That afternoon in the garden, Zeeba rubbed up against my shoe for the first time. I held out my hand. "I want...


The Fire Within

by Carmela Dolce

Falling in love is never easy, especially when a deadly volcano awakens beneath your city, threatening everything you hold dear.

Aurora Fortunas is an aspiring physician living in the celebrated city of Pompeii....


Poetry and Animals

by Onno Oerlemans

Why do poets write about animals? What can poetry do for animals and what can animals do for poetry? In some cases, poetry inscribes meaning on animals, turning them into symbols or caricatures and bringing...


River of Lost Souls

by Jonathan P. Thompson

Award–winning investigative environmental journalist Jonathan P. Thompson digs into the science, politics, and greed behind the 2015 Gold King Mine disaster, and unearths a litany of impacts wrought by a century...


Why Good People Do Bad Environmental Things

by Elizabeth R. DeSombre

No one sets out to intentionally cause environmental problems. All things being equal, we are happy to protect environmental resources; in fact, we tend to prefer our air cleaner and our species protected. But...