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Book Review: ‘Think Green’ by Jason A. Safford

Think Green

An ecological book that makes going green a simpler task for all of us. Read More »

Book Review: Bird Sense: What It’s Like to Be a Bird by Tim Birkhead

The question of "how" birds migrate - that's one of many still up for grabs. Read More »

Book Review: Unaccountable Hours: Three Novellas by Stephen Scourfield

A collection that celebrates stillness and reflection, man's relationship with his environment, and the simultaneous beauty and pathos in each moment. Read More »

Interview with Nancy Stewart, Author of Sea Turtle Summer

"I hope that giving children permission to empower themselves will not stop with ecology but will help them stay safe and make good choices." Read More »

Book Review: The Adventures of Zeppi: New Friends by C.K. Omillin

The Adventures of Zeppi is sure to become a favorite of children, especially those who love penguins. Read More »

Interview with Charlotte K. Omillin, Author of The Adventures of Zeppi

An exciting new penguin series for kids! Read More »

Book Review: The Beekeeper’s Lament: How One Man and Half a Billion Honeybees Help Feed America by Hannah Nordhaus

Bees are "suffering from the same kind of bad nutrition afflicting humans who eat processed junk food". Read More »

Book Review: Here on Earth: A New Beginning by Tim Flannery

"The responsibility for managing this world of wounds we've created is uniquely ours." Read More »

Book Review: The Global Forest: 40 Ways Trees Can Save Us by Diana Beresford-Kroeger

The facts, and the details, of just how much we've lost, in traditional knowledge and ecological reality. Read More »

Book Review: The Humans Who Went Extinct: Why Neanderthals Died Out and We Survived by Clive Finlayson

Climate, environment, and migration are fine contributory reasons why Neanderthals went extinct in favor of our Homo sapien ancestors. But the overriding reason?: Pure dumb luck. Read More »