"Buy, borrow, or steal this book! It is essential reading with ideas that need to become part of our understanding of how life works on this planet."
"This book aims to motivate parents and caregivers who are concerned about childrens' lack of connection to the outdoors."
Bringing Nature Home opens our eyes to an environmental problem of staggering proportions. Fortunately, it also shows us how we can help.
You can look at this book as a manifesto explaining why we should favor native plants, but it’s much more than that. It’s a plan to sustain the endangered biodiversity and even more, it’s a plan to transform suburbia from an environmental liability to an environmental asset.
This updated and expanded edition … is a delight to read and a most needed resource."
"This is the 'it' book in certain gardening circles. It's really struck a nerve."
"My book of choice of the year."
Full of information, not just a little. And a lot to learn from. This sounds like a very important book in the future of the world of nature and wildlife's survival. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Mary M Wightman
If only we could spread this message far and wide and people would listen. The message is simple, plant native plants to sustain biodiversity and the environment. Read morePublished 20 days ago by K8eR
First, I want to say that this book is outstanding. At the time I bought it, I also bought 7 other nature-related books. This is the one I go to when I read about nature. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Robert L. King Jr.
Of the many books dealing with conservation and environmental issues that should be of interest to birders, certain titles stand out. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Uncle John
Excellent book to get a better feel on understanding the natural way.Published 1 month ago by Pamela J. Sloan
This book should be required reading for every homeowner! As our modern life reduces and damages the natural habitat for living creatures, we have a responsibility to replace it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bookworm
This book addresses many of the issues related to transitioning your yard to natives. I really liked how the book got into common homeowner questions and ecosystem services. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael Todd