8 edition of The Things Trees Know (Wisdom of Nature) found in the catalog.
August 2005 by Adventure Publications .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||59|
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For best-selling author Douglas Wood, trees have always been teachers and sources of have bared witness to so much and have weathered so many storms.
In The Things Trees Know, through insightful text and lovely pen and ink illustrations, Doug presents a whispering grove full of brief meditations portray the parallels between trees' lives and/5.
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Apple. Android. Windows Phone. Android. To get the free app, enter your /5(6). With more than 2 million copies sold worldwide, this beautifully written, New York Times-bestselling book journeys deep into the forest to uncover the fascinating––and surprisingly moving––hidden life of trees.
“[Peter] Wohlleben has delighted readers and talk-show audiences alike with the news—long known to biologists—that trees in the forest are social beings.”/5(K). “What Do the Trees Know.
What do the trees know. To bend when all the wild winds blow. Roots are deep and time is slow. All we grasp we must let go. What do the trees know. Buds can weather ice and snow. Dark gives way to sunlight's glow.
Strength and stillness help us grow.” ― Joyce Sidman, Winter Bees & Other Poems of the Cold. Trees are the kindest things I know, They do no harm, they simply grow And spread a shade for sleepy cows, And gather birds among their bows.
They give us fruit in leaves above,Author: Harry Behn. Top 10 books about trees Top 10s Books The book is valuable, too, for the portrait of the infant Anthea Bell, who grew up to become famous as the translator of the Asterix books.