God’s Word for Gardeners gathers information and insight from the Bible’s plants, landscapes, and common cultivating practices into prayerful daily devotions.
In 2006, at the age of twenty-five, Liz Clark set sail, alone, from Santa Barbara to the South Pacific. Her memoir spans the next ten years of sailing and surfing and is delineated by time, place, and nautical miles traveled.
Waves and Beaches has been a handy reference for surfers, sailors, oceanographers, and those who love the sea since 1964. An updated edition by the outdoor gear company Patagonia includes beautiful new photography and a tough cover designed for longevity.
The poetry and images curated by Joanne Dugan in Summertime feature the many ways we enjoy water during the warmest months of the year.
In Remember, neuroscientist Lisa Genova argues that forgetting is an essential part of being human.
Drawing from interviews, official records, private archives, and his own family history, Jason Colby tells the exhilarating and heartbreaking story of how people came to love an icon of the Pacific Northwest.
This sweet story follows the life of Peep-Sight, a Gambel’s quail who unexpectedly became part of the Plummer family while they lived in suburban Las Vegas in the early 1970s.
Too often, we define ourselves by our differences rather than by our alikeness. The Soul of an Octopus reminds us that common ground is always within reach, and that life becomes more beautiful when we keep looking for ways to connect.
When the unconventional Durrell family decides they can no longer endure the gray English climate, they sell their house and relocate to the sunny Greek isle of Corfu. My Family and Other Animals is a delightful account of the family’s experiences.