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Well written. A great book for anyone who has a passion for nature and biology.Published 12 days ago by Chuck L.
enjoyed the book and recommended it to like minded others as wellPublished 24 days ago by Tilak Collure
A masterful set of deep insights and careful observations of the natural world. I have given this book to friends and told them they are in for a unique treat. Read morePublished 1 month ago by EB
slow and predictable and not all that interesting. He started with a poor idea for a book and managed to elevate it to mediocracy but that is about it.Published 1 month ago by Blue Fish
This is a wonderful book. Mr Haskell's descriptions of the small forest area he studies range from macro to micro - delving into molecular reasons for the beauty that surrounds... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cynthia Woodruff
Unquestionably destined to be a classic. I've read almost everything that this book might be compared to, including the ones considered classics of nature writing, and few come... Read morePublished 2 months ago by B. Carter
This is a marvelous read on all levels - I give them as gifts to the enlightedPublished 2 months ago by carolyn m. parker