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A much-anticipated return to trees: the New York Times bestselling author of The Hidden Life of Trees returns to his and his readers’ favorite subject in The Heartbeat of Trees.
More than half a million copies of The Hidden Life of Trees have sold in North America and 3 million copies worldwide in all languages
A hopeful message: In an era of eco-anxiety, Peter Wohlleben argues that the ancient bond between humans and nature remains intact and very much alive; we just need to go out and look for it.
Emphasis on conservation, and the importance of maintaining humans’ ancient bond with nature.
Insight into how humans benefit from nature, from its calming effect to how forests sharpen our senses. Peter shows us how forests help us dial into the sixth sense that makes us ultra-aware of our surroundings.
Includes tools for deepening one’s connection to trees including tips for seeing, tasting, feeling, and smelling in the forest.
A documentary film based on the Hidden LIfe of Trees is scheduled to release in North America in Summer or Fall 2021 (dates tbc)