15 edition of The nearsighted naturalist found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ann Haymond Zwinger ; illustrated by the author.|
|LC Classifications||QH81 .Z94 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 292 p. :|
|Number of Pages||292|
|ISBN 10||0816518807, 0816518815|
|LC Control Number||98008881|
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The Nearsighted Naturalist brings together work from more than two decades in her career as one of our most distinguished natural history writers.
From the Indiana landscape of her youth to her Colorado mountain retreat, from Arizona's Aravaipa Canyon to New Zealand's Kapiti Island, Zwinger leads an ever-widening armchair tour of natural places both ordinary and astonishing.5/5(3). The Nearsighted Naturalist brings together work from more than two decades in her career as one of our most distinguished natural history writers.
From the Indiana landscape of her youth to her Colorado mountain retreat, from Arizona's Aravaipa Canyon to New Zealand's Kapiti Island, Zwinger leads an ever-widening armchair tour of natural places both ordinary and astonishing.
Even though I live in a different state, much further South, I can still relate to Ann Swinger's book, The Nearsighted Naturalist, because I enjoy reading about nature, anywhere, and the difference in other climates, soils, and zones.
The joy that comes from nature seems to bring such peace to those who treasure it. I think this is an excellent book.5/5.
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There was one obvious culprit: book work. That idea had arisen more than years ago, when the German astronomer and optics expert Johannes Kepler blamed his own short-sightedness on. Novel - Novel - Naturalism: The naturalistic novel is a development out of realism, and it is, again, in France that its first practitioners are to be found, with Émile Zola leading.
It is difficult to separate the two categories, but naturalism seems characterized not only by a pessimistic determinism but also by a more thoroughgoing attention to the physical and biological aspects of human.
So begins Charles Darwin’s book Insectivorous Plants, published infollowing fifteen years of work and study; a book that from its very first lines to its last testifies to the inexhaustible patience and curiosity of one of the world’s greatest naturalists. It is also a book, I.
Ann Zwinger was a naturalist, award-winning author, and illustrator. She passed away in The Naturalist's Notebook - 16 Main St, Seal Harbor, Maine - Rated based on Reviews "Just a note of appreciation and thanks for the hard /5(1K).
Become a more attentive observer and deepen your appreciation for the natural world. The unique five-year calendar format of The Naturalist’s Notebook helps you create a long-term record and point of comparison for memorable events, such as the first songbird you hear in spring, your first monarch butterfly sighting of summer, or the appearance of the northern lights.
Roosevelt decided at an early age that he was going to be a naturalist. His father was a founder of the American Museum of Natural History and also a. Naturalists’ Handbooks encourage and enable those interested in natural history to undertake field study, make accurate identifications and to make original contributions to research.
A typical reader may be studying natural history at undergraduate level, carrying out species/habitat surveys as an ecological consultant, undertaking academic research or just developing a deeper understanding.
As a nearsighted and asthmatic child growing up in Manhattan, summer vacations in upstate New York provided a relief from his illness and whetted the budding naturalist's appetite for.
Looking for books by Ann Zwinger? See all books authored by Ann Zwinger, including Run, River, Run: A Naturalist's Journey Down One of the Great Rivers of the American West, and Wind in the Rock: The Canyonlands of Southeastern Utah, and more on The four books in Orion‘s Nature Literacy Series, developed in collaboration with hundreds of teachers across the U.S.
and Canada and designed to help educators connect children and nature, are widely used by educators and parents, both in the classroom and out.
In addition to purchasing the titles individually, you may also. purchase the three-book set.Biography. Ann Haymond Zwinger was born Main Muncie, Indiana, the daughter of William and Ann young, she lived along the White River. She studied art history and was awarded two degrees, an A.B.
in Arts in by Wellesley College with the designation "Wellesley College Scholar," now considered roughly equivalent to "cum laude," and an A.M.
in Fine Arts by .