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Beyond the Trees

by Gabriela Worrel

Explorers looking for an accessible, comprehensive naturalist guide to Wisconsin forests will be happy to read Beyond the Trees: Stories of Wisconsin Forests, by Candice Gaukel Andrews. While many nature books and field guides seek to... Read More

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Build Green

by Gabriela Worrel

AV2 Books harnesses the Internet to maximize learning in "Build Green", one of five books in the Being Green educational series. "Build Green" is written at a fifth-grade reading level, and will hold the interest of fourth through sixth... Read More

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New Feminist Christianity

by Gabriela Worrel

For many, Christianity is not the first thing that comes to mind when the word “feminism” is mentioned. However, in Mary Hunt and Diann Neu’s "New Feminist Christianity", the editors and other contributors make the case that... Read More

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Invisible Energy

by Gabriela Worrel

Energy, invisible and intangible, is the key to survival. David Goldstein takes this idea to a new level in his book, "Invisible Energy". The Energy Program co-director for the Natural Resources Defense Council and a MacArthur “genius... Read More

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Walking Gently on the Earth

by Gabriela Worrel

"Walking Gently on the Earth" is a self- proclaimed primer for understanding how to “walk gently” in God’s creation by balancing careful stewardship of the earth’s resources with enjoyment of those resources. The book, which is... Read More

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A Grouse Hunter's Almanac

by Gabriela Worrel

Aldo Leopold, a patriarch of the Land Ethic, noted in A Sand County Almanac, “There are two kinds of hunting: ordinary hunting, and ruffed-grouse hunting.” Mark Parman, a lifelong hunter and resident of northern Wisconsin, picks up... Read More

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