Non-Fiction - Environment

Don’t Call Me Bunny!

By Joan Diehl

Don’t Call Me Bunny! is packed with facts about arctic hares, their various habitats, their young – called leverets like any other hare – the way their bodies are adapted to deal with temperatures that stay below freezing for months of every year, their natural...

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People Are Seeing Something

A Survey of Lake Monsters in the United States and Canada
By Denver Michaels

People Are Seeing Something: A Survey of Lake Monsters in the United States and Canada by Denver Michaels depicts reported sightings from the Oklahoma Octopus to the Ogopogo in Canada. Michaels details the history and mythology of the lake monsters that have haunted people for...

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Water Monsters South of the Border

By Denver Michaels

Water Monsters South of the Border by Denver Michaels dives into the fascinating field of Cryptozoology by examining the folklore and myths surrounding lake monsters in the Caribbean, Central and South America, and Mexico. Various reported sightings, theories, and all the possibilities behind these supposed...

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Backpacking Junkie

How to Backpack Around the World by Yourself
By Howie Junkie

Howie Junkie’s Backpacking Junkie: How to Backpack Around the World by Yourself is a short guide, but is chock full of information for those readers who are wanting to immerse themselves in another land, and do it on a cheaper budget. The tone of this...

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Sustainability at Work

Careers That Make A Difference
By Marilyn Waite

Having a successful career has had some general measurement tools to identify it by, such as how much one makes doing their job, if one has an office to themselves and how big it is or what the view is, and what the title on...

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Sunflower Circle

By Scott Wright

The cycle of life is a circle. What starts as a seed in freshly tilled soil blossoms to a life that is enjoyed by all, including the one who planted the seeds. But that doesn’t complete the circle. It continues until the summer season ends...

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My 2-1/2 Cents Worth of Henry David Thoreau
By Tom Beattie

Having read Henry David Thoreau’s Walden Pond in high school, to the consternation of his teacher, Tom Beattie is obviously a Thoreau fan and Fronting Onlys is his unique tribute to the life and literary works of the 19th century essayist and poet. And in...

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Embracing Reality

A Directive for Achieving Sustainability in the Twenty-first Century
By Jeb Taylor

In Embracing Reality: A Directive for Achieving Sustainability in the Twenty-first Century, Jeb Taylor states that humankind’s behavior is severely diminishing the earth’s resources. In this spellbinding, utterly thought-provoking and timely discussion, the author invites readers to consider the root causes of why the earth...

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The Electricity Scam

How Energy Companies Rob You. How to Stop Them.
By Rigel Garcia Rives

The electrical system that powers the average home throughout the world is still a controversial topic after several decades. The Electricity Scam: How Energy Companies Rob You. How to Stop Them by Rigel Garcia Rives outlines the parameters of how the electricity companies operate. In...

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In Praise Of Carbon

How We Have Been Misled Into Believing that Carbon Dioxide Causes Climate Change
By David Bennett Laing

In Praise of Carbon: How We’ve Been Misled Into Believing that Carbon Dioxide Causes Climate Change by David Bennett Laing is an informative book that sheds light on carbon dioxide. The book tells readers the lesser known fact that every one of us consists of...

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