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Heinrich writes with great warmth and humor throughout the book.
It is amazing how many winter survival traits involve shivering, and the small temperature range in which animals such as monarchs and bats can shiver and survive.
The final chapter is one of the best I've read of any book of this genre.
This is just another amazing book by heinrich. I wish i could hang out with him and just experience how he sees the world and the questions it raises in his mind. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Easy Reader
I was told of Mr. Heinrich by my step-son who had read it during college classwork. To say anything less than I loved it would be less than the truth. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Maureen Pollock
Great book. Interesting and answers many of those questions of how creatures survive the winter. Definitely a recommended read if you are interested in winter wildlife.Published 8 months ago by Pogo Boy's mom
Came highly recommended from a Naturalist instructor of mine. Met my expectations from the start. Wish more of his books were available..Published 9 months ago by Bucky
I keep buying this book but always end up giving to someone because I love it so much. Now this one I'm going to keep!Published 9 months ago by Mayling Holm
Stimulates imagination, uses scientific data and resulted in fascination and my enjoyment of the world in winter. A great respite.Published 9 months ago by Barbara K. Toshalis
I keep Annals of the Former World on my bedside table as I can open that book anywhere and be amazed, enlightened and in a state of wonder. Winter World has the same effect on me. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jane L Cole
Bought it for a class. It shipped very quickly and was here before my class started, which I was happy about.Published 11 months ago by Katie
Once again, Bernd Heinrich has captured the reader for the length of this book. One cannot put it down. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Shari J Wells