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Nature's Gory by Harriet Darling
"Nature's Gory" is a novella about a young nature photographer who stumbles over the body of a dying man as she hikes in the woods off a mountain highway near Portland, Oregon. When the sheriff determines it was murder, Darryl Whitman is suspected since it was she who discovered the body. She readily alibis herself and prepares to go on to her next assignment, but is requested not to leave town until a hearing can be held. [...]
 
Compass Season - Find Your Bearings Through Nature's Inspiration by J. Bragstad
A Nature book to relax to. A nature book before bed. An adult nature books to relieve stress. A book club nature book. Wonderful essays about the northern landscape. Applicable to everyday life. Written by a former counselor and canoe guide who knows how to navigate both the personal and the world of wilderness. "What a spectacular companion to any morning." "Beautifully written. I know I will find myself coming back to this [...]
 
Strong Blood (Last Moon Rising #2) by Dale Ibitz
The second gripping book of the Last Moon Rising young adult fantasy series. Cruel lies. Sinister secrets. A destructive war between nature's gods. Haley, descendant of the God of Air, has survived it all... so far. But Haley's battles are only beginning as two men continue to threaten her. Ian, the Fire God's descendant bent on destroying Eyidora and turning himself into a god. Tuggin, the stone-faced Eyidoran witch paid to [...]
 
Made in the Image of God - Understanding the Nature of God and Mankind in a Changing World by Reid A. Ashbaucher
Made in the Image of God is a book that provides key concepts for understanding the nature and personhood of God and mankind, while providing deeper insights into how we as human beings relate to God physically, emotionally and spiritually in a metaphysical way, both now and in the future. Within this study, there are discussions on such topics as The Nature of God, The Nature of Mankind, The Trinity, and Jesus Christ as God [...]
 
Divine Reflections in Times and Seasons by Eva Peck
Divine Reflections in Times and Seasons explores how everyday phenomena mirror spiritual realities. "The world is charged with the grandeur of God" insists English poet Gerard Manley Hopkins. "Earth is crammed with heaven, and every common bush afire with God" echoes his contemporary, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Other poets, writers, and philosophers have also caught glimpses of and mused about the divine in the natural [...]
 
Technology versus Ecology - Human Superiority and the Ongoing Conflict with Nature by Robert A. Schultz
Although human beings are technically part of the ecosystem, there still remains a conceptual conflict between technology and nature. These concerns highlight the idea of human superiority in which the priority is given to technology versus living in synchronization with nature. Technology versus Ecology: Human Superiority and the Ongoing Conflict with Nature explores the issues revolving around the conflict between [...]
 
Divine Reflections in Natural Phenomena by Eva Peck
Divine Reflections in Natural Phenomena explores how spiritual realities can be glimpsed in the world of nature. The Psalmist sings: "The heavens proclaim the glory of God. The skies display his craftsmanship. Day after day they continue to speak; night after night they make him known. They speak without a sound or word; there is no speech or language where their voice is not heard. Yet their message has gone throughout the [...]
 
Song of Every Season by Linda Swift
A haiku is an unrhymed Japanese lyric poem having a fixed three-line form of - 5-7-5 syllables. Within the confines of this narrow scope, the poet seeks to imprint images on the reader's mind and heart. These word pictures are not meant for "doing" but for "being." They offer a closer look at nature's quiet beauty; forsythia buds opening, a bean field in summer, wild geese in flight, an icy-winged snowbird. And make you smile [...]
 
Lightning Strike (Forces of Nature) by KR Mitchell
Sixteen-year-old Alison Moody lives on a world where elemental magic is the norm and the fate of nations are determined by masters of the elements. When three strange boys show up in her small island town a chain reaction of events leads to an infestation of shadowy monsters that threatens her world and she may be the only one who can stop them.
 
Wildernest - Four Seasons in Nature Poems by Michelle Prout
Wildernest Four Seasons in Nature - Poems - Michelle Prout's Wildernest is a poetry collection of vivid and heartfelt reflections on life and love in the canyon, the Rocky Mountains and many other extraordinary places; including explorations into the fantasy world of woodland fairies. The book is artfully divided into into four seasonal sections, with original art, reflecting the changes in the appearance of a tree throughout [...]
 
The Raptors of Redwood (The Earth-Watchers) by Lester Ferguson
A young artist, photographer, & an avid bird-watcher, befriends nature through extraordinary birds of prey, living in the colossal Redwood trees surrounding his town. The Raptors of Redwood is an intriguing story for young nature lovers to learn elementary facts about: The Bald Eagle, The Golden Eagle, The Snowy Owl, The Eagle Owl, & other raptors. The Raptors of Redwood contains vivid paintings by the artist & author Lester [...]
 
Path of Three Hundred by Greg Frucci
This story is about a man who finally decides to take off on his own for a time and listen to himself...his Inner Voice. The journey in a physical sense is an open ocean solo sailing adventure. Yet, as the main character Petah experiences Life along the physical path he has chosen, he begins to understand a certain way of being which had always existed in his core...he just didn't know how to maintain the Way...it would drift [...]
 
Enter the Human Realm - The Tulip Sisters Adventure Series by Nancy Jean
Faeries rarely venture into the realm of humans. However, extreme circumstances may require they do just that. This first book of the Tulip Sisters Adventure Series introduces the four faery sisters, each gifted with the powers of nature's elements. Etaura, the earth faery, Aiara the air faery, Fierre the fire faery and Wyshari, the water faery were all born at the exact same moment; the first simultaneous births in faery [...]
 
Woodvale by May J. Panayi
This book is a beautiful photographic representation of Woodvale (incorporating Extra Mural) cemetery. It takes a visual journey through the seasons, bringing breath-taking images that you will want to gaze on again and again. Gothic stonework combines with nature in all its forms, to bring images of contrast and in some cases harmony. Woodvale is an unexpected pleasure nestled in a thriving city. To drive along the busy [...]
 
Natural Colours - A celebration to unnoticed treasures by Luiz Valerio de Paula Trindade
Black, blue, green, purple, red, white, yellow, you name it. Vibrant, vivid, pale, dark or light, and so forth. Those and many other equally incredible aspects are all characteristics of the fascinating colours that nature provides us with on a daily basis and most of the times many people do not notice them. Therefore, this photo essay is both an awakening and a celebration to those amazing colours that, even unnoticed, make [...]
 
Posie Pixie and the Fireworks Party - Book 4 in the Whimsy Wood Series by Sarah Hill
It's now November in Whimsy Wood and Posie's going to be paid a visit by a certain special someone ... Who could this be? Will Posie be pleased? Find out in the 4th book from this delightful series. --- Reviews: "Adorably British ! I wished this book was in my library when I was a young gal. " Vegbooks.org, Washington, D.C., USA " I want to smell 'Pixie hokey-pokey' and hear shouts of "fan-fizzle-tastic!" when Ping Pixie [...]
 
Voices in my Head by Cindy J. Smith
My book is a collection of poems written throughout my life. My daughter wanted me to publish them but it took the encouragement of Facebook friends to make me do it. I decided on the title because that is how I get my poems, suddenly my mind starts rhyming. Once a title was picked, the design was easy: background of jasmine flowers for my daughter, and title in a heart for the feelings shared. I have tried to write my poems [...]
 
Always And Forever by Sharon Lee Johnson
Samantha returns to Lake Sherry to protect The Legend Of Jessica, her Great-Great Aunt. What she didn't expect was to meet Douglas who does not believe in ghosts or spirits. Can love over come their differences, or will The Legend of Jessica have to help a bit for them to realize that true love really exists?
 
God's Intriguing Questions - 60 New Testament Devotions Revealing Jesus's Nature by Kathy Collard Miller
God and Jesus, who is God, ask many questions in the Bible both Old and New Testaments. Why? His questions reveal who he is and the motives of the person he is addressing. In Book 1 of God's Intriguing Questions, the Millers examined God's questions in the Old Testament. In this Book 2, the Millers unearth rich background information and inspirational insights into sixty of the questions Jesus asks in the New Testament.
 
Worlds of the Parallel Universe by David J. Price
I am the Celestial Watcher, an immortal, omnipresent entity that observes the unfolding events of this universe and the other realms of the multi-universe. I was conscious at the beginning and will witness its inevitable end. For this universe is finite, an isolated bubble, only one of many bubbles of alternative realities in this universe and separated by a corridor, an ether, beyond which exist parallel universes, in which [...]
 
Crystal Haiku: Nature Poetry That ROCKS! by Brenda DeHaan
Haiku, which started in Japan over 400 years ago, is poetry that's only three lines long. The first line and third lines have 5 syllables while the second line gets 7 syllables. That's it: 3 lines, 17 syllables. The beauty of haiku is its brevity that is still complete enough to convey meaning and emotion. It often has nature themes. Crystal Haiku combines poetry with photographs of 42 different kinds of healing crystals. [...]
 
My Country - Essays and Stories from the Edge of Wilderness by Nowick Gray
Back-to-the-land memoir weaves essay, story, nature and magic realism, homesteading and wilderness survival. My Country expands the containers of essay and story, adventure and lyric, naturalism and fantasy, to overlap and mingle in this collection unified in its spirit of place, the forests and mountains of interior British Columbia.
 
Serpenteens-Nature's Forces by Pol McShane
Kody Novak was an ordinary teenager. That was until the dreams started and he found out who he truly was. He discovered he could transform himself into a king cobra and could control the rain now he has real problems. The mythological world of snake gods and goddesses is proving to be very true. After discovering his real father is the snake god Shesha, he is suddenly thrust into a quest to search for brothers and sisters he [...]
 
Nature Calls by Bonnie Bernard
"Nature Calls" is a 40,000 word anthology of fourteen short stories revolving around the idea, "If Mother Nature and Sister Karma whipped up a cauldron of 'Double, double toil and trouble' soup, this might be the result." From ghosts to goblins to three-legged, one eyed Pomeranians, Nature Calls offers something for everybody who looks at life through cock-eyed glasses. Warning...you may never enter the woods or an outhouse [...]
 
Growing Up Humming by Mike Spinak
Fans of David Attenborough will enjoy experiencing the wonders of nature through Mike Spinak's pictures and words. Imagine witnessing hummingbird chicks being raised on the nest from front row seats, with every step shown as it unfolds, accompanied by fundamental explanations of the "whys" behind what you're seeing. In Mike Spinak's Growing Up Humming, you'll see hummingbirds as you've never seen them before. The elder chick [...]
 

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