Gardening

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ANDALUSIANS & LUSITANOS IBERIAN HORSES

Written by Boiselle, Gabriele
This book is intended as a tribute to the baroque horses of Spain and Portugal. For centuries impressive Andalusian stallions have enchanted human beings and held them spellbound. They exude a beautiful compact elegance and a royal aura. Whether in harness, under the saddle, or running wild and free--their magnificence is unique and infinite.
November 1, 2020 | Hardcover | Koenemann | 300 Pages |
$39.95
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OUR DOGS, OURSELVES

Written by Horowitz, Alexandra
From Alexandra Horowitz, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Inside of a Dog, an eye-opening, informative, and wholly entertaining examination and celebration of the human-canine relationship for the curious dog owner and science-lover alike. We keep dogs and are kept by them. We love dogs and (we assume) we are loved by them.
September 3, 2019 | Hardcover | Scribner Book Company |
$28.00
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FLOWERS OF EDO: A GUIDE TO CLASSICAL JAPANESE FLOWERS

Written by Tajima, Kazuhiko
Flowers of Edo features 100 illustrations from the historical botanical art book, Honzou-zufu, and breathes new life into this work from the Edo period of Japan.
November 5, 2019 | Paperback | Pie International |
$39.95
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PARIS BOUQUETS

A photography book of gorgeous bouquets by an acclaimed Japanese flower artist. Atsushi Taniguchi started his carrier by opening his first shop Jardin du I'llony in Japan in 2002 with the goal of making people embrace the richness of life with the help of their favorite florist.
November 5, 2019 | Paperback | Pie International |
$32.00
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CAT WHISKERS

Tiny Noses! Fluffy, chubby feline mouths and whiskers! As a follow up to the bestselling book Cat Paws, this book will drive all cat lovers 100% crazy (again!). This time it's a photo book full of cat whiskers!
November 5, 2019 | Hardcover | Pie International |
$12.95
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HOME JUNGLE: LIVING WITH PLANTS

Written by Lucano, Sonia
Home Jungle describes 27 DIY projects in depth to upgrade and decorate your apartment with plants, including succulents, cactus, epiphytes, pileas, and even monsteras. These creations are eco-friendly, stylish, and easy to apply, and will bring comfort to your home, especially to those who have no garden.
November 26, 2019 | Hardcover | Gingko Press | 92 Pages |
$28.00
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LIBERTY HYDE BAILEY GARDENER'S COMPANION: ESSENTIAL WRITINGS

Written by Bailey, Liberty Hyde
"Every family can have a garden." -Liberty Hyde Bailey
September 15, 2019 | Hardcover | Comstock Publishing |
$26.95
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OCEAN READER: HISTORY, CULTURE, POLITICS

From prehistoric times to the present, the ocean has been used as a highway for trade, a source of food and resources, and a space for recreation and military conquest, as well as an inspiration for religion, culture, and the arts. The Ocean Reader charts humans' relationship to the ocean, which has often been seen as a changeless space without a history.
January 17, 2020 | Paperback | Duke University Press | 544 Pages |
$29.95

WITNESS TREE: SEASONS OF CHANGE WITH A CENTURY-OLD OAK

Written by Mapes, Lynda V
Seasonal changes in nature are among the most readily observable clues to the biological effects of climate change. "It came to me," writes acclaimed environment reporter Lynda Mapes, "You could tell the story of climate change―and more―through a single, beloved, living thing: a tree." Mapes chronicles her yearlong quest to understand a wizened witness to our world: a red oak, over one hundred years old, in the Harvard Forest. A tree that has seen it all, from our changing relationship with nature in our industrialized and digitized lives to the altered clockwork of nature. Mapes evokes the wonder and joy of forests, and the poetics and botany of trees, living intimately with her oak through four seasons. She dives deeply into the world of self-described "tree geeks" and becomes one herself, exploring her tree from roots to crown. She also offers a clear-eyed assessment of what the tree tells us about climate change, from the heartwood at its core to the photosynthetic cycle deep in its leaves. Mixing storytelling, tree lore, and cutting-edge science, Mapes offers a new approach to thinking about how we might live together into the far future on a planet we have changed in ways we never intended―and how trees help show us the way.Seasonal changes in nature are among the most readily observable clues to the biological effects of climate change.
August 9, 2019 | Paperback | University of Washington Press |
$19.95
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COMMON SPIDERS OF NORTH AMERICA

Written by Bradley, Richard A
Spiders are among the most diverse groups of terrestrial invertebrates, yet they are among the least studied and understood. This first comprehensive guide to all 68 spider families in North America beautifully illustrates 469 of the most commonly encountered species.
October 15, 2019 | Paperback | University of California Press | 288 Pages |
$34.95

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