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Saurus Street 6: A Diplodocus Trampled My Teepee

by Nick Falk & Tony Flowers

Saurus Street is just like any other street . . . except for the dinosaurs!Captain Saurus was a legendary pirate. He had a dinosaur-bone leg and a magic glass eye that could bring fossils to life!And when Jack...


Saurus Street 5: A Plesiosaur Broke My Bathtub

by Nick Falk & Tony Flowers

Saurus Street is just like any other street . . . except for the dinosaurs!Thomas's grandparents house is ancient. There's no electricity, and the toilet is a creaky old cabin outside. Thomas is terrified of...


Plan Bee: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Hardest-Working Creatures on thePlanet

by Susan Brackney

A guided tour inside the world of bees

Overtaxed and underrecognized-and now disappearing in alarming numbers- bees are the unsung heroes of the food chain, essential for the pollination of more than ninety...


The Cloudspotter's Guide: The Science, History, and Culture of Clouds

by Gavin Pretor-Pinney

Now in paperback: the runaway British bestseller that has cloudspotters everywhere looking up.

Where do clouds come from? Why do they look the way they do? And why have they captured the imagination of timeless...


Deadly Powers: Animal Predators and the Mythic Imagination

by Paul A. Trout

In this illuminating and evocative exploration of the origin and function of storytelling, the author goes beyond the work of mythologist Joseph Campbell, arguing that mythmaking evolved as a cultural survival...


The Lobster Coast: Rebels, Rusticators, and the Struggle for a Forgotten Frontier

by Colin Woodard

For more than four hundred years the people of coastal Maine have clung to their rocky, wind-swept lands, resisting outsiders’ attempts to control them while harvesting the astonishing bounty of the Gulf of...


Varieties of Environmentalism: Essays North and South

by Ramachandra Guha & Joan Martínez Alier

Until very recently, studies of the environmental movement have been heavily biased towards the North Atlantic worlds. There was a common assumption amongst historians and sociologists that concerns over such...


How to Walk a Puma: And Other Things I Learned While Stumbling through South America

by Peter Allison

On his nineteenth birthday, Peter Allison flipped a coin. One side would take him to Africa and the other to South America, the two places he wanted to explore before he died. He recounted his time spent as...


Empire Antarctica: Ice, Silence, and Emperor Penguins

by Gavin Francis

Gavin Francis fulfilled a lifetime's ambition when he spent fourteen months as the basecamp doctor at Halley, a profoundly isolated British research station on the Caird Coast of Antarctica. So remote, it is...


The Severn Tsunami?: The Story of Britain's Greatest Natural Disaster

by Mike Hall

On 30 January 1607 a huge wave, over 7m high, swept up the River Severn, flooding the land on either side. The wall of water reached as far in land as Bristol and Cardiff. It swept away everything in its path,...


Frontier Towns On the Mekong

by Sheba Suphannahong

This ebook is for the modern traveler – the bold, the brave, and those that want to use technology for new insights.

Our quirky Frontier Town (Nakhon Phanom) is the perfect place to use as a base for adventure,...


Two Winters in a Tipi: My Search for the Soul of the Forest

by Mark Warren

One stormy August night, a lightning bolt struck Mark Warren’s tin-roofed farmhouse and burned everything to the ground. Even his metal tools melted. Friends loaned him a tent, but after just a month it began...


The Habitat Guide to Birding

by Thomas P. Mcelroy

The United States is blessed with birds, a vast and richly varied population that changes considerably as the habitat changes from forest, to meadow, to marsh. As Thomas P. McElroy puts it in this unique birding...


The Cat in the Window: And Other Stories of the Cats We Love

by Callie Smith Grant

A heartwarming collection of true stories about the connections between humans and their cats.


The Sea Hunters II

by Clive Cussler & Craig Dirgo

From the author of the #1 bestselling The Sea Hunters comes more unforgettable true adventures with famous shipwrecks.


All the Trees of the Forest: Israel's Woodlands from the Bible to the Present

by Tal Alon

In this insightful and provocative book, Alon Tal provides a detailed account of Israeli forests, tracing their history from the Bible to the present, and outlines the effort to transform drylands and degraded...


The Future of Nature: Documents of Global Change

by Robin Libby & Sverker Sörlin

This anthology provides an historical overview of the scientific ideas behind environmental prediction and how, as predictions about environmental change have been taken more seriously and widely, they have...


Quarterly Essay 31 Now or Never: A Sustainable Future for Australia?

by Tim Flannery

Sometime this century, after 4 billion years, some of Earth's regulatory systems will pass from control through evolution by natural selection, to control by human intelligence. Will humanity rise to the challenge?...


Quarterly Essay 9 Beautiful Lies: Population and Environment in Australia

by Tim Flannery

In the first Quarterly Essay of 2003, Tim Flannery launches an attack on the various lies that we tell ourselves about our resources, our past and our future. The lie of terra nullius that made us ignore the...


Photographing Nature in Action

by Arnold Wilson

This book explains how to take great shots of animals moving in water, land and air, as well as perhaps less obvious plant movement. The main topics covered include the functions of your camera, and the fundamentals...