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  • Book, Winter 2018/19 Almanac

    The Forest by Riccardo Bozzi, Violeta Lopiz and Valerio Vidali

    *Selected as one of the ten New York Times and New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children’s books of 2018

  • Book, Winter 2018/19 Almanac

    Wilding by Isabella Tree

    Isabella Tree tells the story of the ‘Knepp experiment’, a pioneering rewilding project in West Sussex, using free-roaming grazing animals to create new habitats for wildlife.

  • Book, Winter 2018/19 Almanac

    Be The Change: How to Get What you Want in Your Community by Thomas Linzey with Anneke Campbell

    Inspired by five true stories.

  • Book, Fall 2018 Almanac

    Henry Humming: Henry Saves Hanna by Irene Starlone

    A hummingbird, a blue jay, and a house finch go on an unexpected journey...

  • Book, Fall 2018 Almanac

    Life Without Plastic by Jay Sinha and Chantal Plamondon

    Life Without Plastic strives to create more awareness about BPA-based products, polystyrene and other single-use plastics, and provides readers with ideas for safe, reusable and affordable alternatives.

  • Book, Fall 2018 Almanac

    Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer

    As a botanist, Robin Wall Kimmerer has been trained to ask questions of nature with the tools of science. As a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, she embraces the notion that plants and animals are our oldest teachers.

  • Book, Summer 2018 Almanac

    How the Trees Got Their Voices by Susan Andra Lion and Sue Lion

    While camping with a group of girls, Susan Andra Lion was given this tale about trees, nature and also the relationship of living things within a forest ecosystem.

  • Book, Summer 2018 Almanac

    Farming the Woods: An integrated Permaculture Approach to Growing Food and Medicinals in Temperate Forests by Ken Mudge and Steve Gabriel

    Farming the Woods invites a remarkably different perspective: that a healthy forest can be maintained while growing a wide range of food, medicinal, and other non-timber products

  • Book, Summer 2018 Almanac

    A Natural History of the Hedgerow: and ditches, dykes and dry stone walls by John Wright

    This beautifully produced book is a practical and comprehensive record of hedges, dry stone walls, ditches and other agricultural boundaries found throughout the United Kingdom.

  • Book, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Natural Gardening for Birds: Create a Bird-Friendly Habitat in Your Backyard

    A Practical Illustrated Bird Oriented Gardening Book with Great Reference Charts. Bird watchers everywhere dream of a landscape dotted with fruiting shrubs nests tucked into twining vines and birds flocking to feeding stations.

  • Book, Spring 2018 Almanac

    100 Plants to Feed the Bees: Provide a Healthy Habitat to Help Pollinators Thrive

    The international bee crisis is threatening our global food supply, but this user-friendly field guide shows what you can do to help protect our pollinators.

  • Book, Spring 2018 Almanac

    Children’s Book: Bertolt

    This is a charming, touching story about an imaginative boy whose best friend is an oak tree named Bertolt.

  • Book, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Bringing Nature Home by Douglas Tallamy

    Bringing Nature Home has sparked a national conversation about the link between healthy local ecosystems and human well-being...

  • Book, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Because of an Acorn by Lola M. Schaefer

    Because of an acorn, a tree grows, a bird nests, a seed becomes a flower.

  • Book, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    One Wild Bird at a Time: Portraits of Individual Lives by Bernd Heinrich

    In his modern classic, One Man’s Owl and Mind of the Raven, Bernd Heinrich has written memorably about his relationships with wild ravens and a great horned owl.

  • Book, Winter 2017/18 Almanac

    Andy Goldsworthy: Projects

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  • Book, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Touch the Earth by Julian Lennon

    Jump aboard the White Feather Flier in this unique interactive kids book! Lennon's magical plane can go wherever you want. Just press a button printed on the page, and point the plane up in the air to fly, or down to land it.

  • Book, Fall 2017 Almanac

    Biophilia by Christopher Marley

    Christopher Marley’s art expresses his passionate engagement with the beautiful forms of nature.

  • Book, Fall 2017 Almanac

    The Nature Fix by Florence Williams

    Intrigued by our storied renewal in the natural world, Florence Williams set out to uncover the science behind nature’s positive effects on the brain.

  • Book, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Hello Nature: Draw, Color, Make, and Grow by Nina Chakrabarti

    A fantastic new nature activity book that explores the exciting natural world around us!

  • Book, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Tomorrow: All Over The Globe Solutions Already Exist By Cyril Dion

    What if highlighting solutions and telling positive stories was the best way to solve the ecological, economic, and social problems our countries are grappling with?

  • Book, Summer 2017 Almanac

    Photo Ark by Jo Sartore

    This lush book of photography represents National Geographic's Photo Ark, a major cross-platform initiative and lifelong project by photographer Joel Sartore to make portraits of the world's animals. especially those that are endangered.

  • Book, Spring 2017 Almanac

    The Practical Naturalist by Chris Packham

    Inspirational, informative, and educational, The Practical Naturalist is perfect for families interested in learning more about their surroundings and looking at their world in a brand new light.

  • Book, Spring 2017 Almanac

    Lab Girl By Hope Jahren

    Lab Girl is her revelatory treatise on plant life—but it is also a celebration of the lifelong curiosity, humility, and passion that drive every scientist.

  • Book, Spring 2017 Almanac

    Jellyfish: A Natural History by Lisa-Ann Gershwin

    Jellyfish, with their undulating umbrella-shaped bells and sprawling tentacles, are as fascinating and beautiful as they are frightening and dangerous.

  • Book, Winter 2015/16 Almanac

    Silent Sparks: The Wondrous World of Fireflies by Sarah Lewis

    For centuries, the beauty of fireflies has evoked wonder and delight. Yet for most of us, fireflies remain shrouded in mystery.

  • Book, Winter 2016/17 Almanac

    National Geographic Kids Almanac 2017

    This New York Times bestseller is packed with incredible photos, tons of fun facts, crafts, activities, and fascinating features about animals, science, nature, technology, and more.

  • Book, Winter 2016/17 Almanac

    Plant: Exploring the Botanical World

    The ultimate gift for gardeners and art-lovers, featuring 300 of the most beautiful and pioneering botanical images ever.

  • Book, Fall 2016 Almanac

    Biomimicry by Janine Benyus

    This profound and accessible book details how science is studying nature’s best ideas to solve our toughest 21st-century problems.

  • Book, Fall 2016 Almanac

    Animal Rescue by Patrick George

    This is a book in which you become a rescue hero. Simply turn the transparent page and rescue the animals.

  • Book, Fall 2016 Almanac

    Seeds On Ice by Cary Fowler

    The remarkable story of the Global Seed Vault—and the valiant effort to save the past and the future of agriculture.

  • Book, Summer 2016 Almanac

    Who will plant a Tree? by Jerry Pallotta

    A squirrel buries an acorn. A dolphin pushes a coconut into an ocean current. A camel chewing a date spits out the seed.

  • Book, Summer 2016 Almanac

    Foraging and Feasting: A Field Guild and Wild Food Cookbook by Dina Falconi

    The book's 50 beautiful, instructive botanical illustrations and over 100 enlightening master recipes offer an adventurous and satisfying way to eat locally and seasonally.

  • Book, Summer 2016 Almanac

    The Humane Economy by Wayne Pacelle

    A major new exploration of the economics of animal exploitation and a practical roadmap for how we can use the marketplace to promote the welfare of all living creatures...

  • Book, Winter 2015/16 Almanac

    The Animals of Farthing Wood by Colin Dann

    Fox, Badger, Toad, Tawny Owl, Mole, and the other animals band together and leave their ancestral home and set off to move to a far-away nature reserve.

  • Book, Winter 2015/16 Almanac

    Do Unto Animals by Tracey Stewart

    The more we know about the animals in our world and the better we care for them, the better our lives will be.

  • Book, Winter 2015/16 Almanac

    Ephemeral Works by Andy Goldsworthy

    On an almost daily basis, Andy Goldsworthy makes art using the materials and conditions he encounters.

  • Book, Fall 2015 Almanac

    Hickory by Palmer Brown

    A grandfather clock makes a lovely home for a family of mice -- if you don’t mind the occasional clang.

  • Book, Fall 2015 Almanac

    Nocturne: Creatures Of The Night by Traer Scott

    Traer Scott takes the viewer on a journey through nighttime in the animal kingdom, revealing some of nature's most elusive creatures.

  • Book, Fall 2015 Almanac

    Roots: The Definitive Compendium With More Than 225 Recipes by Diane Morgan

    Discover the fascinating history and lore of 29 major roots, their nutritional content, how to buy and store them, and much more.

  • Book, Summer 2015 Almanac

    If You Plant A Seed by Kadir Nelson

    If You Plant a Seed demonstrates not only the process of planting and growing for young children but also how a seed of kindness can bear sweet fruit.

  • Book, Summer 2015 Almanac

    Egg & Nest by Rosamond Purcell, Linnea S. Hall and Rene’ Corado

    Alongside Purcell’s photographs, Linnea Hall and René Corado offer an engaging history of egg collecting...

  • Book, Summer 2015 Almanac

    LOLA Lots of Love Always by Priscilla Woolworth

    LOLA deals with what young women really need to know to lead happy, productive, and fulfilling lives.

  • Book, Spring 2015 Almanac

    The Wild Wisdom of Weeds by Katrina Blair

    The Wild Wisdom of Weeds is about healing ourselves both in body and in spirit.

  • Book, Spring 2015 Almanac

    Animal Architecture by Ingo Arndt

    Every day, all over the world, animals and insects set about the purposeful tasks of designing their homes...

  • Book, Winter 2014/15 Almanac

    Find Momo by Andrew Knapp

    Thousands of Internet fans play hide-and-seek with Momo the border collie every day, and now you can, too.

  • Book, Winter 2014/15 Almanac

    The Green Kitchen by David Frenkiel and Luise Vindhal

    David and Luise tell the stories of their family kitchen, affirming just how easy it is to create nourishing, well-balanced dishes on a daily basis.

  • Book, Winter 2014/15 Almanac

    Rainforest by Lewis Blackwell

    Rainforest opens our minds to the breathtaking beauty of these remarkable ecosystems, with their verdant plant life and diverse animal species.

  • Book, Winter 2014/15 Almanac

    Secret Garden by Johana Basford

    Appealing to all ages, the intricately-realized world of the Secret Garden is both beautiful and inspirational.

  • Book, Winter 2014/15 Almanac

    On Good Land by Michael Ableman

    Ableman brings the reader into the everyday world of a small farm. With him we prune peach trees, harvest peppers, journey to the farmer's market, and fight city hall.

  • Book, Winter 2014/15 Almanac

    More Than Human by Tim Flach

    Award-winning photographer Tim Flach has spent years inquiring into the essential bond we have with animals.