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  • Who Is Not an Animal?

    Poems on Animal Lives and Rights 1984 - 2018 by

    In Who Is Not an Animal? Poems on Animal Lives and Rights, 1984-2018, James Strecker incisively challenges the universal self-serving claim that humans are superior to other species. He explores human disregard for the suffering of all sentient ...


  • The Monarch Butterfly and The Cecropia Moth

    Miraculous Stages and Changes by

    Two books in one! After five years of observation, documentation, and photography, it was a privilege to preserve these fleeting moments in time. With over ninety close-up and beautifully detailed photographic images, you will learn about the ...


  • Capitalism Is Fallen

    A Guide to Economic Principles for Success by

    Over the centuries economies have risen and fallen. In modern times, capitalism has delivered great advances, has great potential but now the system is failing. There is growing inequality, the middle class is disappearing and poverty continues. ...


  • A Braided Cord

    by

    This book describes life long learning expressed often as allegory or metaphor, but derived from life long events. The braided cord reflects the union of body, mind and soul, but because I am a surgeon, the body is topmost in my mind and my book. My ...


  • Decorah Eagles

    A Love Story by

    Welcome to the Nest… …where a true love story between man and nature always existed, but became real to millions of people throughout the world when cameras recorded the nest activities of a family of bald eagles. Together, the people watched and ...


  • Here Comes the Moon

    A Country Collection by

    This is a collection of clear-eyed, often humorous and always affectionate essays about the rural community where the author lives: the local wildlife, people who make a difference and daily life in general.


  • From The Mist

    A Life Restored by Nature by

    For years, the trail of his life led through dense marshes, high mountain forests and steamy jungles. Then it stopped with just one word. Cancer. For the next seven years, Pat Herzog was pursued by chronic leukemia until undergoing life-threatening ...


  • I Feel Time's Tide

    One little drop of color can hit the core by

    “Time and tide wait for none, the wind blowing without showing, time flying without knowing …” Life flows by in a rush, fresh breezes blowing without obstacle, society developing at its own speed. Strong power forces us in. Massive waves push us ...


  • Listen to Your Garden

    Hidden Dimensions by

    The stories in this book describe a personal encounter with the broader environment of the garden. Nature becomes this book and Human Nature becomes the story. These stories will show you how the garden can speak to you; that you can have an ...


  • One With Nature

    The act of being part of your environment, without harming it. by

    One man’s real life experiences with wildlife and nature, which inspired the paintings within. The short stories in this book will make you laugh, think and maybe even cry, as it has near death adventures and heart touching moments. You will find ...