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Transform your beach walk into a practice in mindfulness. This darling pocket guide is the perfect companion for your next beachcombing adventure. Discover facts about shoreline treasures as well as simple ways to center yourself. By Sadie Small.
Practice the mindfulness of a cloud watcher with this fun guide book. Learn to observe and identify various cloud formations and the benefits to this meditative activity. By Casey Schreiner.
Sunsets serve as daily reminders that breathtaking beauty exists in this world-we just have to notice it. With a deeper understanding of them comes a deeper appreciation-let this pocket guide illuminate the wonders of this daily phenomenon. By Hannah Seo.
Cloudspotter and bestselling author Gavin Pretor-Pinney delivers a moment of calm atmospheric contemplation to members of his Cloud Appreciation Society by sharing a cloud image and story every day.
Robinson Crusoe set ashore on an island after a terrible storm at sea is forced to make do with what little he has. He learns how to survive out on his own until, twenty-four years later, when he confronts another human being. Written by Daniel Defoe.
Oaks trees sustain a complex and fascinating web of wildlife. This book illuminates and celebrates the wonders that occur right in our own backyards while learning how to plant and care for an oak tree. By Douglas W. Tallamy.
Bring this hiking log book along on your hiking journeys. Fill in the prompts on the left and on the right write some notes and fill with some photos to remember your adventures.
Gather around the campfire and start whipping up the perfect outdoor meal that will leave you satisfied and wanting to make more. By Marnie Hanel and Jen Stevenson.
Part of the Pocket Nature series, this petite volume features helpful tips for stargazing, plus thoughtful meditations related to stars, space, and the universe. By Swapna Krishna
Issue 12: East visits the Easternmost parts of Maine, diving deep into the landscape, history, culture, and businesses of the region. From sea kayak adventures along the Jonesport coastline.
Sarah Orne Jewett places her most famous short story, "A White Heron," in her native Maine. Originally published in 1886, it's a coming-of-age story about a young city girl now living with her grandmother in the country. By Sarah Orne Jewett
Muir's story of climbing a 100-foot Douglas Spruce to experience the sway and swirl of a storm for himself is unforgettable. By John Muir