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Bee People

by Kristen Rabe

Frank Mortimer’s "Bee People" is an entertaining introduction to the world of beekeeping, drawn from Mortimer’s extensive experience raising bees in suburban New Jersey. The book’s topics will appeal to novices, experts, and the... Read More

Book Review

Cracking Nature's Code

by Hope Hills

Cracking Nature’s Code is a call to action that connects science with philosophy for the greater global good. Microbiologist JB Head’s scientific treatise Cracking Nature’s Code suggests relations between chaos and order to better... Read More

Book Review

Spirits of the Coast

by Kristine Morris

In "Spirits of the Coast", the companion book to the Royal British Columbia Museum’s 2020 feature exhibition Orcas: Our Shared Future, orca experts, artists, storytellers, and Indigenous wisdom keepers issue an invitation to... Read More

Book Review

Earth Almanac

by Kristine Morris

Naturalist Ken Keffer’s "Earth Almanac" is a delightful, fact-rich immersion into the seasonal wonders of the natural world. Beginning with the winter solstice, the book gives budding naturalists a good overview of what goes on... Read More

Book Review

Writing Wild

by Kristine Morris

Kathryn Aalto’s "Writing Wild" celebrates the women writers who bring insight, grace, and power to nature writing, their perspectives urgent and necessary. Human survival is linked to the natural world, and Aalto asserts that... Read More

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