“Brookshire delves deeply but accessibly into how different cultures assign very different values and meanings to animals . . .”
In her often witty and trenchant publication calling for revolution through female alliance, legal expert Diane L.
“Perhaps dogs can’t teach us how to live but, by their joyful presence and abundant love, they help us live better.”
“From whale song to whalefall, Giggs’ science writing is deeply researched and as fascinating as the whales themselves . . .”
Beneath hooded lids He stares across the apse in Palermo’s cathedral, His face and neck line-etched with suffering, robe draped across His shoulder, one hand outstretched along the curved wall and
What It’s Like to Be a Dog is a well-written, enthusiastic account of a scientific study sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) to image dogs’ brains by Magnetic Resonance Imager
The majority of humankind has long since stopped depending on hunting for subsistence, but we are still strangely fascinated by wild animals, the larger the better.
“Beetle-maniacs” will adore this beautifully illustrated, comprehensive volume written by the renowned entomologist Arthur Evans.
“. . . a very credible argument for collaboration between disciplines . . . entertaining and beautifully written . . .”
The wilderness is appealing to most people. At least, most appreciate its beauty and its unknown qualities, if not its danger and isolation.
Few of us who live “in the lower 48” have any idea about what it is like to live in Alaska.