590 books (30 pages) in this category
by Royal Observatory Greenwich
Marking the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong's ‘small step' this beautiful book explores people's fascination with our only natural satellite. Published to coincide with Royal Museums Greenwich's exhibition The Moon, immerse yourself in ...
More Than 100 Years of Covering the Expanding Universe
by Cornelia Dean
<DIV><DIV>From the discovery of distant galaxies and black holes to the tiny interstices of the atom, here is the very best on physics and astronomy from the <I>New York Times</I>! These 125 articles from the award-winning paper's ...
A Spotter's Guide
by Clarence Ellis
The ideal beach walker's companion and 'still the best book I know for identifying, well, pebbles on the beach' (Robert Macfarlane). ...
A Dog Lover's Companion
by Deirdre Franklin
101 Activities to Engage, Challenge, and Bond with Your Dog
by Kyra Sundance
All the best tricks from the original edition (plus a few from 101 Dog Tricks for Kids) in a portable format - perfect for taking on trips, taking to the dog park, or to have in the car. ...
by Gretchen Daily
A Compassionate, Nonviolent Guide To Early Training and Care
by Paul Owens
<p>Following the success of his book The Dog Whisperer, Paul Owens turns his attention to puppies. In The Puppy Whisperer, Owens and his protege Terence Cranendonk offer a compassionate step-by-step guide to all things puppy, including how ...eBook
An Early Account by A.E. Newsome
by Alan Newsome
<p><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">The red kangaroo is at the heart of Australia’s ecological identity. It is Australia’s largest terrestrial land mammal and the only kangaroo truly restricted to Australia’s arid interior. Almost nothing
by Tom Wolfe
<b>A wildly vivid and entertaining chronicle of America's manned space program, from the author of <i>The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test</i></b><BR><b><i><BR></i></b>WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY US ASTRONAUT SCOTT KELLY<BR><BR>'What is it' asks Tom ...
by A. T. Mann
Learning from How Dogs Learn
by Melissa Holbrook Pierson
by Erica McAlister
<p>Enter a hidden world of snail killers, silly names and crazy sex lives in The Secret Life of Flies.</p><p>In <i>The Secret Life of Flies</i> entomologist Erica McAlister gets under the wings of these crucial creatures as she ventures into the
by Peter Tompkins
The world of plants and its relation to mankind as revealed by the latest scientific discoveries. "Plenty of hard facts and astounding scientific and practical lore."-Newsweek ...
Adventures of a wildlife film-maker
by John Aitchison
For twenty years John Aitchison has been travelling to distant places to film wildlife for the BBC and other broadcasters. This is the story of his encounters with animals in remote, exotic, and dangerous places. ...
by Peter Matthiessen
'In 1973 (Matthiessen) joined with George Schaller, a field biologist, to Crystal Mountain in the Himalayas, to study the wild blue sheep of the region called bharal. They also hoped to see the rare snow leopard, an almost mythical creature ...
by Jack Cooke
‘After I finished this book I alarmed my family by going into the garden and climbing the apple tree.' – Damian Whitworth, The Times ‘One of the publishing sensations of the year … For anyone who has ever felt a little ...
How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History
by Thor Hanson
by Matt Whyman
We often consider dogs to be our enduring sidekicks but the truth is domestic pigs have played a role in our lives for nearly as long.Pigs are highly social and smart. They like to play. They're inventive, crafty and belligerent – and ...
the Universe explained condensed and explored
by Richard Osborne
by Mark Boyle
No running water, no car, no electricity or any of the things it powers- the internet, phone, washing machine, radio or light bulb. Just a wooden cabin, on a smallholding, by the edge of a stand of spruce. In this honest and lyrical account of a