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How to Read Nature: Awaken Your Senses to the Outdoors You've Never Noticed (Natural Navigation)

How to Read Nature: Awaken Your Senses to the Outdoors You've Never Noticed (Natural Navigation)

Current price: $17.95
Publication Date: October 3rd, 2017
Publisher:
The Experiment
ISBN:
9781615194292
Pages:
176
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Description

Hone your senses and learn to read the hidden signs of nature—from master outdoorsman Tristan Gooley, New York Times–bestselling author of How to Read a Tree and The Lost Art of Reading Nature’s Signs

“Equal parts alfresco inspiration, interesting factoids, how-to instructions and self-help advice.”—The Wall Street Journal

When most of us go for a walk, a single sense—sight—tends to dominate our experience. But when New York Times–bestselling author and expert navigator Tristan Gooley goes for a walk, he uses all five senses to “read” everything nature has to offer. A single lowly weed can serve as his compass, calendar, clock, and even pharmacist.

In How to Read Nature, Gooley introduces readers to his world—where the sky, sea, and land teem with marvels. Plus, he shares 15 exercises to sharpen all of your senses. Soon you’ll be making your own discoveries, every time you step outside!

About the Author

TRISTAN GOOLEY is the New York Times–bestselling author of How to Read a Tree, How to Read Water, The Natural Navigator, The Lost Art of Reading Nature’s Signs, The Secret World of Weather, and The Nature Instinct. He has led expeditions on five continents, climbed mountains in three, and is the only living person to have both flown and sailed solo across the Atlantic. His more than two decades of pioneering outdoor experience include research among tribal peoples in some of the remotest regions on Earth.

Praise for How to Read Nature: Awaken Your Senses to the Outdoors You've Never Noticed (Natural Navigation)

? 2017 Foreword INDIES Bronze Winner

"A superior book [with] 15 get-the-heck-outside exercises intended to spur readers down the path of observation. . . . A wondrous, veritable how-to guide for ‘waking up.’

— Library Journal