Nature's Way combines humor and seriousness with the examination of what is fast becoming a lost part of people's lives, the love of nature. In the 58 pieces in Nature's Way, Bill Vossler examines notes left in the snow--animal tracks--sundogs, falling through ice in winter, confronting a "fearful porpentine," as Shakespeare called it the porcupine, to viewing life through the eyes of a horsefly, surviving a blizzard, and losing a friend. And so much more.
If you love nature and animals, this is the book for you.
|Publisher:||Bill Vossler Books|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||122 KB|
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