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“A colorful and ever-changing chronicle of movement that approaches the magnificent.” ―Boston Transcript
“Clear and full of life.” ―The Nation
Henry Beston (1888–1968) wrote many books, including White Pine and Blue Water, Northern Farm, and The St. Lawrence.
Our family has been Cape Cod vacationers for several decades, so I'm glad to finally read this classic. I really enjoyed it. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Sheri Young
Yeah, In know it's a famous book but I couldn't finish it. One of my favorite genres is what I call "personal history" which is where I place this book. Read morePublished 22 days ago by florida
This is so well written that it makes you want to run off to Cape Cod as soon as you finish it.Published 23 days ago by retired in the Arizona Mountains
Felt said that the Cape is now the over developed and over priced community that it has become. Thank God for October through May. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Craig Cavanaugh
Although this story is nearing a century old, its descriptions of the natural world can be perhaps even more appreciated now than when it was originally published in 1928. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Curtis Krusie
I love nature, but this book was pretty boring. I wish he had included more personal information about his life day to day instead of so much of what he observed outside. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Murphy
If you love the New England coast, and especially Cape Cod, this is a book for you!Published 2 months ago by 7cats