Browsing: Nature

“A profound meditation on life and freedom” (Entertainment Weekly) from a New York Times bestselling author: This beautiful collection of essays contemplates the guidance and solace we can gain simply by paying attention to the wildlife around us. “Gorgeously composed, complexly affecting, and stunningly revelatory” (Booklist starred review).

This NPR Best Book of 2020 recounts a scientist’s journey to Russia’s remote eastern wilderness in search of the world’s largest owl. “Terrifically exciting… Even on the hottest summer days this book will transport you to a land of dark and snowbound forests” (New York Times bestselling author Helen Macdonald).

An international bestseller with over 10,300 five-star ratings on Goodreads: When naturalist Farley Mowat was assigned to live among wolves in the Arctic, he was surprised by his findings. This “fascinating” book (The New York Times) “opens new horizons in understanding animal nature and intelligence” (Newsday).

At 45 years old, Edgar Finchley decides it’s finally time to take a holiday. But he doesn’t expect an abduction — his own, no less — to send him on a most extraordinary adventure across England! Told with “humor that cannot fail to charm” (The Daily Telegraph).