When Henry David Thoreau wrote about living in a small cabin in the woods with intention, did he not imagine that readers would find out he went to his friend Ralph Waldo Emerson’s house for dinner? 338 more words
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I have decided to begin this edition of The Book Trail with one of my favourite non-fiction picks of 2016. As ever, I have used the ‘Readers Also Enjoyed’ feature on Goodreads to come up with the following list of intriguing non-fiction books, all of which have rather elaborate titles. 1,527 more words
Nathaniel T. Wheelwright and Bernd Heinrich
Storey Publishing… 432 more words
“There is nothing quite so gentle, deep, and irrational as our running—and nothing quite so savage, and so wild.”
—Bernd Heinrich, biologist, author and runner.
Early spring frogs have resurrected and their music fills the air! When the first ice of last winter formed on these little amphibians, they reacted by producing a… 112 more words