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Wild Edibles: A Practical Guide to Foraging, with Easy Identification of 60 Edible Plants and 67 Recipes

by Sergei Boutenko

In this field guide to foraging wild edible plants, Sergei Boutenko (son of raw-food guru Victoria Boutenko) explores the health benefits of wild-harvested food, explains how to safely identify trailside weeds,...


What's the Worst That Could Happen?: A Rational Response to the Climate Change Debate

by Greg Craven

7.2 million YouTube viewers can't be wrong: A provocative new way to look at the global warming debate.

Based on a series of viral videos that have garnered more than 7.2 million views, this visually appealing...


Birder's Guide to Pennsylvania

by Paula Ford

This book takes the reader to almost 200 parks, refuges, and hot spots for migratory and resident birds throughout Pennsylvania. Details on 7 geographical regions include 34 maps make this the most comprehensive...


The Beginner's Guide to Beekeeping: Everything You Need to Know

by Daniel Johnson & Samantha Johnson

 

Raising bees is becoming increasingly popular in backyards and on farms large and small-and it's easy to see why. These resourceful insects produce organic honey and beeswax, all while constantly providing...


Born Naked

by Farley Mowat

Farley Mowat's outrageous memoir begins with his unlikely conception in a canoe and continues to his boyhood fascination with creatures of the natural world and on to his youthful rambles and adventures. To...


Water Resources: Efficient, Sustainable and Equitable Use

by Wolfram Mauser

In twenty-five years about two-thirds of the world population will suffer from water scarcity.


Venomous Snakes of the World: A Manual for Use by U.S. Amphibious Forces

by Department of the Navy Bureau of Medicin & Scott Shuppe

Originally published in 1962, and fully updated and colorized by Scott Shupe, Poisonous Snakes of the World is the perfect practical guide to not only snake bite survival, but to understand and identifying every...


Super Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things: Power Devices with Your Plants, Modify High-Tech Toys, Turn a Penny into a Battery, and More

by Cy Tymony

As the eighth book in Cy Tymony's Sneaky Uses series Super Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things includes never-before-seen activities, including Sneaky Fashion such as Light-up Nails and Sneaky Belts and Bracelets....


Eat, Sleep, Fly: A Butterfly's View of Life

by Maryjo Koch

Life is all about change and transformation--something butterflies know a thing or two about! 

Inspired by the world of butterflies, Eat, Sleep, Fly speaks to nature lovers as well as anyone experiencing life...


The Ten Trusts

by Jane Goodall & Marc Bekoff

World-renowned behavioral scientists Jane Goodall and Marc Bekoff have set forth ten trusts that we must honor as custodians of the planet. They argue passionately and persuasively that if we put these trusts...


Sneaky Green Uses for Everyday Things: How to Craft Eco-Garments and Sneaky Snack Kits, Create Green Cleaners, and more

by Cy Tymony

Ingenuity has met its match and his name is Cy Tymony. In his book, Sneaky Green Uses for Everyday Things, Cy combines the sneaky fun of his Sneaky Uses series with the growing interest in green living. The...


Pure Cute

by Beverly West & Jason Bergund

C'mon get happy! Scientists, psychologists, and cutologists around the world agree--cuteness not only lowers your blood pressure, improves your health, and increases your longevity, it just plain makes you feel...


Swimming Lessons: Nature's Mothers--Sea Lions

by The Wyland Foundation & Steve Creech

"Wyland is a marine life Michelangelo." --USA Today

* Premier marine life artist Wyland--whose galleries are visited by more than five million people each year--offers a photographic tribute to the bond between...


Flight Plans: A Bird's Eye View of Life

by Maryjo Koch

* "The world is your birdbath."

* "Great ideas need landing gear as well as wings." 

* "Success can take a long time to hatch." 

* Distinguished naturalist painter Maryjo Koch offers a bird's-eye view of life...


Hold Your Water: 68 Things You Need to Know to Keep Our Planet Blue

by Wyland & Steve Creech

Hold Your Water offers insight into the water and world around us. Taking a conversational approach to conservation, it dives into simple ways that even little old you can make a difference--all with a witty,...


Rescue Ink: Tough Guys on a Mission to Keep Our Animals Safe

by Rescue Ink & Denise Flaim

The true story of ten tough and tattooed bikers who rescue animals in danger

Though Joe Panz, Johnny O, Batso, Big Ant, G, Angel, Des, and Eric initially met and formed their friendships at tattoo and motorcycle...


The Whale: In Search of the Giants of the Sea

Samuel Johnson Prize 2009

by Philip Hoare

From his childhood fascination with the gigantic Natural History Museum model of a blue whale to his adult encounters with the living animals in the Atlantic Ocean, the acclaimed writer Philip Hoare has been...


One Makes the Difference: Inspiring Actions that Change our World

by Julia Hill

After her record-breaking two year tree sit, Julia Butterfly Hill has ceaslessly continued her efforts to promote sustainability and ecologically-minded ways to save the old-growth redwoods she acted so valiantly...


Science as a Contact Sport: Inside the Battle to Save Earth's Climate

by Stephen H. Schneider

It’s been nearly four decades since scientists first realized that global warming posed a potential threat to our planet. Why, if we knew of the threats way back in the Carter Administration, can’t we act...


The Tree

by John Fowles

John Fowles (1926–2005) is widely regarded as one of the preeminent English novelists of the twentieth century—his books have sold millions of copies worldwide, been turned into beloved films, and been popularly...