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Autumnal Tints - CD
Thoreau's famous essay, "Autumnal Tints", narrated on CD by Brett Barry. Running time: 72 minutes.
Meditations of Walt Whitman: Earth, My Likeness, Chris Highland
Meditations of Walt Whitman: Earth, My Likeness.
Compiled and edited by Chris Highland
Paper Back, 5 x 7 inch format, 150 pp.
Meditations of John Muir: Nature's Temple, Chris Highland
Compiled and edited by Chris Highland.
paper back, 5 x 7 inch format, 145 pp.
October, or Autumnal Tints, Robert (Bob) D Richardson
This volume has three parts. One part is Henry Thoreau's classical essay, or excursion, "Autumnal Tints," written as he lay dying. The second part is a suite of watercolors by the contemporary artist Lincoln Perry, on one of Thoreau's great themes, the glorious color of autumn seen through an insistence that "surely joy is the condition of life." The third part is a biographical and critical sketch of Thoreau's engagement with autumn and his coming to see it as a time, not of death and decay, but of ripeness, harvest, and new life springing from old.
Hard Cover, 127 pp, 5 x 7 inch format. First Edition, published September, 2012.
A truly extraordinary book for yourself or as a gift for a friend or loved one.
In High Places with Henry David Thoreau - John Gibson
A Hikers Guide with Routes and Maps. By John Gibson Paperback.
Go hiking with Thoreau! This new book includes descriptions of all Thoreau's mountain hikes. comments by Thoreau, and details on terrain. Maps, photographs, trail descriptions, driving information and other hiking details will let you walk on or close to the actual mountain routes Thoreau walked in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. See the mountan world as Thoreau saw it when he walked New England's high ground.
Thoreau and the Language of Trees - Higgins
In this original book, Richard Higgins explores Thoreau's deep connections to trees: his keen perception of them, the poetry he saw in them, and how they fed his soul. Higgns's lively essays show that trees were a thread connecting all parts of Thoreau's being -- heart, mind, and spirit. The book includes one hundred excepts from Thoreau's writings illustrated by the author's striking black-and-white photographs of trees.
Forward by Robert D. Richardson.
Hard cover, 6 x 8 inch format, 230 pp.
Of Woodland Pools, Spring-Holes & Ditches, Abigail Rorer
"Excerpts from the Journal of Henry David Thoreau, wherein he observes and reflects upon the nature of life and vernal pools."
Excerpts from the months of March, April, and May.
Engravings by Abigail Rorer.
Introduction by Bradley P. Dean.
Hard Cover, 8 x 10 inch format, 80 pp.
Walden Warming, by R. Primack
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Walden Warming: Climate Change Comes to Thoreau's Woods,
by Richard B. Primack.
The author uses Thoreau and "Walden", icons of the conservation movement, to track the effects of a warming climate on Concord's plants and animals.
Hard cover, 264 pp, 6 x 9 inch format.
Published April 1, 2014.
The Boatman - Thorson
The Boatman - Henry David Thoreau's River Years, by Robert M. Thorson.
Rightful Heritage: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Land of America
Author, Douglas Brinkley, skillfully chronicles Roosevelt's essential yet unsung legacy as the founder of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and the premier protector of America's public lands. Published March, 2016. Hard Cover. 743 pp. 9 x 6 inch format.
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