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NATURE STRANGE AND BEAUTIFUL: HOW LIVING BEINGS EVOLVED AND MADE THE EARTH A HOME

Written by Ziegler, Christian
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August 20, 2019 | Hardcover | Yale University Press | 304 Pages |
$28.00

SHARK DRUNK: THE ART OF CATCHING A LARGE SHARK FROM A TINY RUBBER DINGHY IN A BIG OCEAN

Written by Stroksnes, Morten
A salty story of friendship, adventure, and the explosive life that teems beneath the ocean The Lofoten archipelago, just North of the Arctic Circle, is a place of unsurpassed beauty--the skyline spikes with dramatic peaks; the radiant greens and purples of the Northern Lights follow summers where the sun never sets.
June 27, 2017 | Hardcover | Knopf Publishing Group | 320 Pages |
$26.95

BAWA: THE SRI LANKA GARDENS

Written by Robson, David
The work of architect Geoffrey Bawa achieved a unique fusion of vernacular style and modern construction incorporating the lush tropical landscape of his native Sri Lanka. Although his architectural work and its influence have been well documented, less attention has been paid to his work on gardens.
June 6, 2017 | Paperback | Thames & Hudson | 176 Pages |
$29.95

HOUR OF LAND: A PERSONAL TOPOGRAPHY OF AMERICA'S NATIONAL PARKS

Written by Williams, Terry Tempest
Longlisted for an Andrew Carnegie Medal for ExcellenceA Washington Post Notable Book of the Year
July 3, 2017 | Paperback | Picador USA | 416 Pages |
$18.00

WARBLERS AND OTHER SONGBIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA: A LIFE-SIZE GUIDE TO EVERY SPECIES

Written by Sterry, Paul
A stunning full-color photographic field guide of 285 species of North American songbirds and warblers, captured in glorious life-sized detail and featuring concise descriptions, location maps, and useful facts for both experienced birdwatchers and armchair ornithologists alike.
May 16, 2017 | Hardcover | Harper Design | 352 Pages |
$29.99

OXFORD BOTANIC GARDEN & ARBORETUM: A BRIEF HISTORY

Written by Harris, Stephen A
The Oxford Botanic Garden is the oldest surviving botanic garden in Britain, occupying the same location in central Oxford since 1621. Designed as a nursery for growing medicinal plants amid the turmoil of the civil war, and nurtured through the restoration of the monarchy, it has, perhaps unsurprisingly, a curious past.
October 15, 2017 | Paperback | Bodleian Library | 144 Pages |
$25.00

TULIP

Written by Fisher, Celia
A long time ago, you could only find them on the slopes of remote mountain ranges in Asia, but today they are the very symbol of modern genetics, a species unrivalled for the variety of colors and forms that breeders can create: tulips.
May 15, 2017 | Hardcover | Reaktion Books | 224 Pages |
$27.00

RAPTOR: A JOURNEY THROUGH BIRDS

Written by Lockhart, James MacDonald
From the merlin to the golden eagle, the goshawk to the honey buzzard, James Macdonald Lockhart's stunning debut is a quest of beak, talon, wing, and sky.
April 7, 2017 | Hardcover | University of Chicago Press | 384 Pages |
$29.00

CURATORS: BEHIND THE SCENES OF NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUMS

Written by Grande, Lance
Over the centuries, natural history museums have evolved from being little more than musty repositories of stuffed animals and pinned bugs, to being crucial generators of new scientific knowledge. They have also become vibrant educational centers, full of engaging exhibits that share those discoveries with students and an enthusiastic general public.
March 21, 2017 | Hardcover | University of Chicago Press | 432 Pages |
$35.00

DR. ELEANOR'S BOOK OF COMMON SPIDERS

Written by Spicer Rice, Eleanor
Spiders have a problem, and it's us. Despite their magnificent talents for crafting webs, capturing mosquitoes, and camouflage, for millennia arachnophobia has hampered our ability to appreciate these eight-legged and -eyed marvels.
February 6, 2018 | Paperback | University of Chicago Press | 80 Pages |
$20.00

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