An intrepid investigation into nature’s restorative benefits by a prize-winning author.
“In Mr. Wilson ants have found not only their Darwin but also their Homer.” —Economist
Edward O. Wilson recalls his lifetime with ants, from his first boyhood encounters in the woods of Alabama to perilous journeys into the Brazilian rainforest.
All about berries, both usual and unusual, with beautiful watercolor illustrations and ninety recipes.
Finalist for the 2009 Los Angeles Times Book Prize in Science and Technology: the surprising, untold story about the poetic and deeply human (cognitive) capacity to name the natural world.