The Thunder Tree (Robert Michael Pyle) pdf, epub, doc

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When people connect with nature, they do so in a specific place, and "The Thunder Tree" shows how that connection can change a life forever, how roots in the earth can be as important as roots in a family. For Robert Pyle, that place was the Highline Canal in Denver, Colorado. When he first discovered it as a boy in the 1950s, the canal was largely a wasteland, but it became his sanctuary, the place where he developed a passion for the natural world. Pyle argues eloquently that if we fail to preserve our opportunities to explore nature, we will diminish our lives and our culture immeasurably.

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  • Publisher:The Lyons Press
  • File: 5.6 Mb
  • Ganre: Non Fiction
  • Release: 01.10.1998
  • ISBN: 9781558217034
  • Pages 240
  • Rating: 4.64 (36 votes)


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