Connect with Nature

One of the Best Things You Can Do for Yourself, Others and Planet Earth
By Les C Higgins

When you hear the word 'nature,' what comes to mind? Is it something visual, spiritual, physical, mental, or nothing at all? Nature has a way of healing, connecting, engaging, and speaking by releasing your senses when you allow it. If you want to learn more...

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Coffee and Your Garden

By Arthur Kundell

Who would have thought that old, used coffee grounds would have so many different uses? Coffee and Your Garden gives a new meaning to waking up to coffee in your cup. Arthur Kundell shares everything you need to know to put to good use that...

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Covid-19 Africa, Haiti, And The U.S. Virgin Islands

By Dr. Hugues F. Batsielilit

Covid-19 Africa, Haiti, And The U.S. Virgin Islands is a non-fiction book by Dr. Hugues F. Batsielilit on the novel virus that has plagued the world for 2 years. This book explores the reality of Covid-19 in the eyes of developing countries that struggled to...

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Cultural Insanity, the Key to Understanding Our World and Ourselves

With Current Political and Environmental Examples, and Historical Case Studies in Witch-hunting, the Medieval Church Impeding Science, and the Rejection of Geologic Time & Evolution (the Original and Definitive Account)
By Jeffrey Wynter Koon

Cultural Insanity, the Key to Understanding Our World and Ourselves by Jeffrey Wynter Koon is a non-fiction work of primarily expository writing in a persuasive format. Koon's theory on why civilizations derail into frenzied, insane reasoning when absolutely no reason for these beliefs exist is...

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Climate Girls Saving Our World

54 Activists Speak Out
By Gayle Kimball Ph.D.

Climate Girls Saving Our World: 54 Activists Speak Out by Gayle Kimball Ph.D. is a non-fiction environmental injustice book that focuses on female youth, shedding light on the power of persuasion which Generation Z holds. Kimball has compiled over four dozen interviews from around the...

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Climate Change and the Road to Net-Zero

Science • Technology • Economics • Politics
By Mathew Hampshire-Waugh

Climate Change and the Road to Net-Zero by Mathew Hampshire-Waugh is a layman-friendly discourse on the pressing issues of climate change and how we, as a species, have dramatically changed the natural landscape, and the power that we possess to take action in living harmoniously...

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Cosmic Queries

StarTalk's Guide to Who We Are, How We Got Here, and Where We're Going
By Neil deGrasse Tyson

Cosmic Queries: StarTalk’s Guide to Who We Are, How We Got Here, and Where We’re Going is television-astrophysicist and author, Neil deGrasse Tyson’s attempt to do the seemingly impossible – explain the formation of the Universe and the creation of life, to science-virgins and novices...

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Chernobyl

A Stalkers’ Guide
By Darmon Richter

In 1986, the world watched in horror as an accident in the USSR’s Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant caused the worst radiological crisis in history. For decades after this event, children from the abandoned Exclusion Zone of Chernobyl were welcomed into homes around the world while...

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Calming the Wilderness

By Annemarie Marek

A poetry collection filled with color and beauty, Calming the Wilderness by Annemarie Marek explores important themes while bringing out the magical moments in ordinary experiences spent in nature. The collection begins with “Lost Ship,” a poem that moves from themes of desperation and brokenness...

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Conscious Nature

The Art and Neuroscience of Meditating In Nature
By Josh Lane

Josh Lane begins his study of Conscious Nature almost jocularly. At the very least, humorously. Which, if you are alert, is both deceptive and distractive. What he actually conveys is the incredible enjoyment to be had when pursuing any serious journey toward the roots of...

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