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A Different Drummer: Thoreau and Will's Independence Day - Claiborne Dawes, J. Stephen Moyle (SIGNED)
Henry David Thoreau: Author, Philosopher, Naturalist - Donna Marie Przybojewski (SIGNED)
A Short Biography of John Muir - Richard Smith (SIGNED)
A book for young readers. Tells the fictional tale of a young boy named Will Crawford as he learns about Thoreau's quest for a personalized independence. With text by Claiborne Dawes and illustrations by J. Stephen Moyle. SIGNED by Claiborne Dawes on the title page.
Discovery Enterprises Ltd., 1998. 32 pp. Paperback.
A discussion starter coloring book to help young minds learn about and relate to this American author. Written and illustrated by Donna Marie
. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Streamline Publishing, 2016. Paperback, 8 x 11 inch format, 48 pp.
A succinct look at the life of American author and naturalist John Muir (1838-1914). Penned by The Thoreau Society's own Richard Smith. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Benna Books / Applewood Books, 2018. Hardcover, 28 pp.
A Short Biography of Henry David Thoreau - Richard Smith (SIGNED)
Hiking to Siberia: Curious Tales of Travel and Travelers - Lawrence Millman (SIGNED)
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Our Like Will Not Be There Again: Notes From the West of Ireland - Lawrence Millman (SIGNED)
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A succinct look at the life of American author Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862). Penned by The Thoreau Society's own Richard Smith. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Benna Books, 2018. Hardcover, 28 pp.
Here Lawrence Millman follows the trail of a woman who once tried to walk (and row) from New York City to Siberia. He also gets a ride from an apparent ghost in Iceland and attends a feast in Micronesia where the piece de resistance is fruit bat penis. A styish and often very funny collection of 23 essays. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
SunnyOutside, 2012. Paperback, 126 pp.
Millman journeys through the west of Ireland, a rugged geography sometimes referred to as "the last place on earth where conversation is not dead." Along the way, he meets tinkers, tramps, rat charmers, pig-gelders, and farriers -- craftspeople who have become anachronisms in an increasingly industrialized country. This book is at once a lament for and a celebration of a dying way of life. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
M. Evans, 1977, 2015. Paperback, 209 pp.
Finding Birds Around the World - Peter Alden, John Gooders (SIGNED)
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Ringing Here & There: A Nature Calendar - Brian Bartlett (SIGNED)
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Walden Today: How to Change What You Do Wayne M. Thomas (SIGNED)
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The first world travel guide for birders, with the best birding spots in the world described for the first time in a single volume. Tells you where to base, where to find birds, what species you can expect to see, how common or rare they are, what forms of transportation are available, what roads to take, what sights shouldn't be missed, and what to do when you're not birding. Shows you where to find more than half of all bird species in the world. SIGNED BY CO-AUTHOR PETER ALDEN.
Houghton Mifflin Company, 1981. Hardcover with dust jacket, 683 pp.
Canadian poet Brian Bartlett offers a daily diary from one spring to another, this time in pose. He looks out at his surroundings with a poet's eye for detail, his ear attuned to the ringings of the natural world. Grounded in Nova Scotia, but reflecting travels further afield to Alberta, Nebraska, New York City, and Ireland, the entries take on the qualities of field reports, sketches, commentaries, tributes and laments, quotations and collages. Through 366 daily entries, he shows that the resonance between human life and nature is just waiting to be heard. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on attached bookplate.
Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2014. Papeback, 172 pp.
Brings Thoreau's perspective on how to live to the twenty-first century. Thomas combines his knowledge of Thoreau's life and works with the fascinating story of his own family's decision to "live abundantly'. The book offers concrete examples of how to use Thoreau's ideas to change our lives for the better. ... Shows that we need not move to a cabin by a pond to live a happier, saner, and simpler life. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Sertorius Press, 2011. Soft Cover, 6 x 9 inch format, 177 pp.
The Daily Henry David Thoreau: A Year of Quotes From the Man Who Lived in Season - Henry David Thoreau, Laura Dassow Walls (SIGNED)
First We Read, Then We Write: Emerson on the Creative Process - Robert D. Richardson (SIGNED)
Born in the Nick of Time: Discussion Coloring Book - Donna Marie Przybojewski (SIGNED)
Embodies, in small compass, Henry David Thoreau's ambition to "live in season" -- to turn with the living sundial of the world and, by attuning ourselves to nature, heal our modern sense of discontinuity with our surroundings. Drawn from the full range of Thoreau's journals and published writings and arranged according to season, this collection allows us to discover the endless variation and surprise to be found in the repetitions of mundane cycles. Thoreau's world lives on in his writing so that we, too, may discover, even in a fallen world, a beauty worth defending.
The University of Chicago Press, 2020. Paperback, 186 pp.
Writing was the central passion of Emerson's life. Here, for the first time, is the Concord Sage's energetic, exuberant, and unconventional advice on the idea of writing, focused and distilled by Robert Richardson. Whether a writer by trade or a novice, every reader will find something to treasure in this volume. BOOKPLATE SIGNED BY AUTHOR.
University of Iowa Press, 2009. Paperback, 101 pp.
A discussion starter coloring book to teach children about the life, family, and friends of American author Henry David Thoreau. Written & Illustrated by Donna Marie Przybojewski. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Streamline Publishing, 2017. Paperback, 84 pp..
Walking to Wachusett: A Re-Enactment of Henry David Thoreau's "A Walk to Wachusett" - Robert M. Young (SIGNED)
Honor in Concord: Seeking Spirit in Literary Concord - Cathryn McIntyre (SIGNED)
True Harvest: Readings from Henry David Thoreau for Every Day of the Year - Barry Andrews (SIGNED)
Recreates the walk that Thoreau and Richard Fuller undertook in 1842, from Concord to Mount Wachusett and back. Includes the text of Thoreau's original essay, "A Walk to Wachusett," as well as detailed directions for doing the walk yourself. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Robert M. Young, 2008. Paperback, 215 pp.
Brings to life the writers of Concord's literary past. The author's story is also told. She is a writer with a psychic sensibility who sets out to record the impressions that she has while living in Concord. What results is a weave of ficton and fact that includes extraordinary moments from her own life, as well as poignant images that she draws from Concord's literary past, like that of Thoreau in his final days struggling to complete his essay, "Walking;" Hawthorne "drifting into the sea of infinity" as he writes; and Martha Hunt's act of "purification" in the waters of the Concord River. It is through this mix of reality and imagination that we see the link that exists between the present and the past, and we are reminded of the presence of spirit in our lives. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
AuthorHouse, 2008. Paperback, 219 pp.
These selections, c
ollected by Barry Andrews,
reflect the broad range of Thoreau's interests, and are taken from the whole of his writings. Preference is given to longer passages in which Thoreau develops a thought and sees it through to its conclusion. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on an attached bookplate.
Skinner House Books, 2006. Paperback, 5 x 7 inch format, 289 pp..
All Honest Pilgrims: A Novel - Maria Valente (SIGNED)
Know Thyself - Joyce Peseroff (SIGNED)
A Life of Joy: Childhood Memories of Henry David Thoreau - Donna Marie Przybojewski (SIGNED)
Takes the reader on several journeys to Concord, Massachusetts, specifically Walden Pond, with several characters all interrelated but very different. Lucy is a chocolatier from New Jersey who always tries to do the right thing and to see the good in people even if it hurts her in the long run. Billy, her smart but complicated lawyer husband, despises her optimism and is hell bent on making her as miserable as he is. Rico, a biker, doesn’t look like a romantic, but truly is one, as is evident by his relationship to Diana, whom he literally brings back to life. Through her divorced years, Lucy encounters Ted, who lost his soul, and Chris, a country singer/songwriter from Lubbock, Texas, who comes to the pond searching for something missing in his life.
Spanning the early 1980s through 9/11, to the 2020 pandemic, the threads follow these “pilgrims” who are united by their love of Henry David Thoreau. His quotes guide and motivate the characters throughout their journey.
Lucia Nelson Publishing, 2020. Paperback, 225 pp.
A collection of poems by Joyce Peseroff. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2015. Paperback. 81 pp.
As Henry David Thoreau goes through his daily activities at Walden Pond, he is reminded of a childhood memory. It is important for us to remember that he experienced a joyful childhood. In his journals, he recorded many memories that were told to him by his mother, Cynthia. Childhood for him was a magical time spent with his family, especially with his brother John, roaming the woods in Concord. He treasured these times.
Written & Illustrated by Donna Marie Przybojewski.
SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Streamline Publishing, 2020. Paperback, 32 pp.
Thoreauviana: Original Articles about Henry David Thoreau and his beloved Concord - Wayne T. Dilts (SIGNED)
Thoreau as Spiritual Guide: A Companion to Walden for Personal Reflection and Group Discussion - Barry M. Andrews (SIGNED)
Emerson as Spiritual Guide: A Companion to Emerson's Essays for Personal Reflection and Group Discussion - Barry M. Andrews (SIGNED)
A collection of eight articles about Thoreau and Concord. Contents: The Concord Connection ; Henry David Thoreau's Life in Concord ; Henry's Houses ; Henry David Thoreau's New Jersey Connection ; Walden Pond: A First Visitation ; Thoreau Family Calendar ; The Concord Writers Calendar ; Readings from
while at Walden Pond. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Wayne T. Dilts, 2019. Paperback, 101 pp.
A fresh reading of
as a meditative companion, a teaching tool and guide to personal growth. Discussion questions included for group or personal use. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on an attached bookplate.
Skinner House Books, 2000.. 88 pp. Paperback.
Provides a compelling picture of Ralph Waldo Emerson as a man engaged in a life-long struggle for spiritual understanding and relates Emerson's inner struggles to the published work that has had such a wide influence. Begins with three thematic essays from Andrews, then analyzes 12 essays: "The Divinity School Address," "Self-Reliance," "Compensation," "Spiritual Laws," "The Over-Soul," "Circles," "The Transcendentalist," "Experience," "Fate," "Worship," "Illusions," and "Works and Days." Includes chronology and bibliography. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on an attached bookplate.
Skinner House Books, 2003. Paperback, 128 pp.
A Dream Too Wild: Emerson Meditations for Every Day of the Year - Ralph Waldo Emerson, Barry M. Andrews (SIGNED)
The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man's Love Affair with Nature - J. Drew Lanham (SIGNED)
Henry David Thoreau for Kids: His Life & Ideas, With 21 Activities - Corinne Hosfeld Smith (SIGNED)
Rather than brief quotes, this collection features thoughtfully selected passages from Ralph Waldo Emerson that convey the texture and nuance of his exceptional mind. Drawn from all of his writings -- his sermons and lectures, his journals, his many book and essays and his poetry -- this collection demonstrates the breadth and depth of the man. Edited by Barry M. Andrews, who SIGNED THIS BOOK on an attached bookplate.
Skinner House Books, 2003. Paperback. 365 pp.
Edgefield County, South Carolina, has been home to generations of Lanhams, dating back to slavery. Given their family name by slaveholders, the Lanhams created a personal legacy of grit and affection even in the midst of hard times. Here we meet a number of these determined people, including the young Drew, who falls in love with the natural world around him. This is at once a moving memoir and an exploration of the contradictions of black identity in the rural South and in America today. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on a bookplate on the half title page.
Milkweed Editions, 2016. Paperback, 216 pp.
American author and naturalist Henry David Thoreau is best known for living two years along the shores of Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts, and writing about his experiences in Walden; or, Life in the Woods, as well as spending a night in jail for nonpayment of taxes, which he discussed in the influential essay "Civil Disobedience." More than 150 years later, people are still inspired by his thoughtful words
about individual rights, social justice, and nature. His detailed plant observations have even proven to be a useful record for 21st-century botanists. Henry David Thoreau for Kids chronicles the short but influential life of this remarkable American thinker. In addition to learning about Thoreau's contributions to our culture, readers will participate in engaging, hands-on projects that bring his ideas to life. Activities include building a model of the Walden cabin, keeping a daily journal, planting a garden, baking trail-bread cakes, going on a half-day hike, and starting a rock collection. The book also includes a time line and list of resources--books, websites, and places to visit that offer even more opportunities to connect with this fascinating man. This book was reviewed in
Thoreau Society Bulletin
295, Fall 2016, p. 7.
SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Chicago Review Press, 2016. Soft cover - 11 x 8.5 inch format - 144 pp.
Margaret Fuller: A New American Life - Megan Marshall (SIGNED)
Half-Earth: Our Planet's Fight for Life - Edward O. Wilson (SIGNED)
The Guide to Walden Pond - Robert M. Thorson (Paperback) (SIGNED)
The award-winning author of
The Peabody Sisters
takes a fresh look at the life of great American heroine Margaret Fuller: Thoreau's first editor, Emerson's close friend, first female war correspondent, passionate advocate of personal liberation. Marshall's Pulitzer-Prize winning biography gives a thorough and compassionate view of an extraordinary woman.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013.
Paperback, 6 x 9 inch format, 474 pp.
In his most urgent book to date, world-renowned biologist Edward O. Wilson states that in order to stave off the mass extinction of species, including our own, we must move swiftly to preserve the biodiversity of our planet. He argues that the situation facing us is too large to be solved piecemeal, and he proposes a solution comensurate with the magnitude of the problem: dedicate fully half the surface of the Earth to nature. Identifying actual regions of the planet that can still be reclaimed, Wilson puts aside the prevailing pessimism of our times. Edward O. Wilson won the Henry David Thoreau Prize for literary excellence in nature writing in 2011. BOOKPLATE SIGNED BY AUTHOR.
Liveright, W. W. Norton, 2016. Paperback, 259 pp.
An exploration of the history, landscape, and literature of one of America's most iconic places.
Abundantly illustrated with photographs, drawings, and maps, this guide is a must-have for a meaningful engaging tour of Walden Pond, as well as a souvenir of a visit.
This book was reviewed in
Thoreau Society Bulletin
304, Winter 2019, pp. 12-13.
May also be available in hardcover
SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on an opening bookplate.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2018. Paperback, 272 pp.
"This Is the Life:" The Diary of Jennie McLeod - Leslie Perrin Wilson, ed. (SIGNED)
The Thoreau Whisperer: Channeling the Spirit of Henry David Thoreau, A True Story - Cathryn McIntyre (SIGNED)
A Tale of Two Cabins: Comparative Stories of Thoreau's Cabin, Nature, and Life - John Irving Clapp (SIGNED)
Paints a vivid picture of the life and times of Jennie McLeod, a 20th-century college girl from the mill town of Clinton, Massachusetts. Author Leslie Perrin Wilson presents Jennie and her world through careful research, contextual narrative, and a richly annotated transcription of her 1914-1918 diary. Jennie's distinctive personality, her family, friends, studies, and aspirations, along with the presence of larger events in the background -- world war and woman's suffrage, in particular -- all come to life on these pages. SIGNED BY THE EDITOR.
Moonglade Press, 2020. Paperback, 310 pp.
After an encounter with her mentor, an eminent Thoreau scholar, eleven days after his death, Cathryn McIntyre finds she must hone her psychic abilities, set her doubts aside and accept the role she was destined to play -- in a remarkable collaboration that allows the words of Henry David Thoreau to be heard once again in our time. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
BookBaby, 2018. Paperback, 224 pp.
Partly autobiographical, partly meditative and anecdotal, this book champions imperiled woodlands, fields, transcendentalism, a personal task, the quirks of family history and that wonderful human quality -- a grin at one's own past. The author's goal was to describe the building of his cabin and how it compares to Thoreau building his. But this is merely the beginning of the journey. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
Levellers Press, 2015. Paperback, 110 pp.