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I Think That I Shall Never See…

At this time of year, beautiful green trees are a magnificent backdrop to our summer days. If you’re a tree-hugger, or just a nature enthusiast, you will enjoy some of our recent books about our wooden forest friends.

Click on the title to find the book in our online catalog.

More than Meets the Eye
Finding the Mother Tree : Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest by Suzanne Simard
The Hidden Life of Trees : What They Feel, How They Communicate : Discoveries from a Secret World by Peter Wohlleben
The Journeys of Trees : A Story about Forests, People, and the Future by Zach St. George Click

How We Live with Trees
Pruning Simplified : A Visual Guide to 50 Trees ad Shrubs by Steve Bradley
Songs of Trees : Stories from Nature’s Great Connectors by David George Haskell
Sprout Lands : Tending the Endless Gift of Trees by William Bryant Logan
The Tree Book : Superior Seclections for Landscapes, Streetscapes, and Gardens by Michael A. Dirr and Keith S Warren
Trees in Trouble : Wildfires, Infestations, and Climate Change by Daniel Mathews

Our Bond with Trees
Forest Bathing : Discovering Health and Happiness Through the Japanese Practice of Shinrin-Yoku by Dr. Cyndi Gilbert
Heartbeat of Trees : Embracing Our Ancient Bond with Forests and Nature by Peter Wohlleben
The Man Who Climbed Trees by James Aldred
Tree Story : The History of the World Written in Rings by Valerie Trouet
Urban Forests : A Natural History of Trees in the American Cityscape by Jill Jonnes
Wood For the Trees: One Man’s Long View of Nature by Richard Fortey

In a Category of Its Own
The Man Who Climbed Trees by James Aldredblah

Who Speaks For the Trees?
The Lorax by Dr. Seuss

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