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  • A Voice in Our Wildernessby John Husar; Bob Verdi

    Triumph Books 2004; US$ 11.99

    Dedicated outdoor enthusiast and longtime  Chicago Tribune columnist John Husar's most notable columns and stories are collected here in one volume for nature lovers to enjoy. The compilation is organized by how a day unfolds, from morning's first light to ghost stories told around the campfire. Husar's love of all the things that the Midwest landscape... more...

  • Waldenby Henry David Thoreau; Bill Mckibben

    Beacon Press 2004; US$ 10.95

    First published in 1854, Henry David Thoreau's groundbreaking book has influenced generations of readers and continues to inspire and inform anyone with an open mind and a love of nature. With Bill McKibben providing a newly revised Introduction and helpful annotations that place Thoreau firmly in his role as cultural and spiritual seer, this beautiful... more...

  • Walks in the Wheat-fieldsby Richard Jefferies

    Penguin Books Ltd 2009; US$ 7.98

    The countryside is filled with beauty and wonder in these imaginative, idiosyncratic writings, but also cruelty and hardship. They describe the texture of an owl's feather, the colours of autumn and the sound of rooks' wings sweeping across the sky. Yet here too is the grinding toil of reaping the harvest, and the discovery of a gamekeeper's bloody... more...

  • What the Animals Taught Meby Stephanie Marohn

    Hampton Roads Publishing 2012; US$ 16.95

    What the Animals Taught Me is a collection of stories about rescued farm animals in a shelter in Sonoma County, California, and what these animals can teach us. Each story illuminates how animals can help us see and embrace others as they truly are and reconnect us with the natural world. Wishing to escape the urban rat race, freelance writer... more...

  • Where the Water Lilies Growby R.D. Lawrence

    Dundurn 1999; US$ 14.95

    A sequel to The Place in the Forest, this book conjures up the sounds, the smells, and the very feel of water-based life over every season. more...

  • Wilderness Daysby Sigurd F. Olson

    University of Minnesota Press 2012; US$ 18.00

    A selection of Sigurd F. Olson?s finest writing on the splendor of the great outdoors, hand-picked by the master himself more...

  • The Wisdom of John Muirby Anne Rowthorn; Bill McKibben

    Wilderness Press 2012; US$ 13.95

    The Wisdom of John Muir marries the best aspects of a Muir anthology with the best aspects of a Muir biography. The fact that it is neither, and yet it is both, distinguishes this book from the many extant books on John Muir. Building on her lifelong passion for the work and philosophy of John Muir, author Anne Rowthorn has created this entirely... more...

  • The Woodby John Stewart Collis

    Penguin Books Ltd 2014; US$ 7.98

    An academic and writer, during the Second World War John Stewart Collis was put to agricultural work. Clearing and thinning an Ash wood, he found a meditative peace and an earnest pleasure in the use of axe and bill-hook. The Wood contains his beautiful, thoughtful writing on the joys of nature and of a life of activity, how a love of the sun affects... more...

  • Woodcraft and Indian Loreby Ernest Seton-Thompson

    Dover Publications 2013; US$ 12.95

    The author of Two Little Savages , a perennial favorite, presents a comprehensive collection of his most interesting stories, crafts, games, and other activities related to outdoor life. Ernest Thompson Seton offers a respectful and informative tribute to Native American culture within the context of this practical guide for campers of all ages.... more...

  • Xylothequeby Yelizaveta P. Renfro

    University of New Mexico Press 2014; US$ 19.95

    Combining memoir and nature writing, this book comprises nine essays that represent different seasons and slices of time, not unlike the rings of a tree. No two rings are alike, but each accretes to the next, creating, section by section, a life. more...