Tree-readers enjoy stories about trees, the environment, and the quest to understand our relationship to the natural world. Grab a book and enjoy an afternoon of reading in the trees!
Even when I cannot find time to read aloft, I enjoy the opportunity to cozy in the shade of a tree and let my mind and imagination escape to the branches.
Here is a collection of books I have enjoyed reading in the branches and beneath my favorite trees. I'd love to hear about one of your favorite books! Send me your recommendation
Books I'm Reading:
A World of Her Own: 24 Amazing Women Explorers and Adventurers by Michael Elsohn Ross - Where to buy
"An inspiration for any young person who loves the outdoors, wildlife, or science, A World of Her Own tells the stories of 24 brave women who rose to meet the physical and mental challenges of exploring the natural world and left their mark in the name of discovery. Includes stories on explorers who walked and skied the Magnetic North Pole accompanied by only her dog, sailed nonstop around the world completely unassisted, and set the record for the highest climb in the Western Hemisphere. Their stories stress how childhood passions and interests, perseverance, and courage led these women to overcome challenges and break barriers to achieve great success in their adventurous pursuits and careers."
ON MY BOOKSHELF:
Nature's Temples: The Complex World of Old-Growth Forests byJoan Maloof - Where to buy
The Nature Fix: Why Nature Makes us Happier, Healthier, and More Creative byFlorence Williams - Where to buy
Nature Writing Field Guide for Teachers byJan Wellik - Where to buy