Robert Eagan

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The Last Winter: The Scientists, Adventurers, Journeymen, and Mavericks Trying To Save the World

Fox has written an important, much-needed book about the climate crisis that injects a personal element into an abstract-seeming problem. This is popular science at its best.
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Pump: A Natural History of the Heart

An engaging, often droll look at the engine of life and the long history of efforts to understand it.
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Losing Eden: Our Fundamental Need for the Natural World—and Its Ability To Heal Body and Soul

Jones writes a lyrical account of human fascination with nature and wilderness. Like other recent works that extoll the psychological benefits of the great outdoors, Jones’s book should find an eager audience.

Islands of Abandonment: Nature Rebounding in the Post-Human Landscape

With this absorbing mix of ecology, social history, and travel (even if for most readers, it’ll be of the armchair sort), Flyn offers a hopeful way of seeing often-overlooked landscapes.

Finding the Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest

Simard’s science fascinates, and so too does her life. This is an engaging memoir of scientific discovery.
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The Heartbeat of Trees: Embracing Our Ancient Bond with Forests and Nature

Finding “fascinating phenomena all over the place,” Wohlleben sticks with the formula that made his earlier work so popular. This latest book will appeal to fans of popular science and anyone curious about natural history.

A Most Remarkable Creature: The Hidden Life and Epic Journey of the World’s Smartest Birds of Prey

An ambitious, impressive debut. The book’s manifold strands will engage all sorts of readers, including bird lovers, science buffs, and eco-adventure fans.
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In Search of Mycotopia: Citizen Science, Fungi Fanatics, and the Untapped Potential of Mushrooms

Mushrooms are having a moment. In Search of Mycotopia could be a natural sequel for the many readers who enjoyed Merlin Sheldrake’s Entangled Life.

The Bears Ears: A Human History of America’s Most Endangered Wilderness

One last fond look at a favorite place? A swan song of a prolific author? Roberts adds inviting details throughout this must-read book, adding poignancy to an already fascinating read.
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