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Author:
Edwin Way Teale
ISBN13:
978-0396090199
ISBN:
0396090192
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Publisher:
Dodd, Mead & Company; First Edition edition (September 1, 1987)
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Nature & Ecology
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A Walk through the Year book. Original Title A century and a quarter later Edwin Way Teale, today's foremost nature writer, has done such a book in A Walk Through the Year.

A Walk through the Year book. A Walk Through the Year (Edwin Way Teale Library of Nature Classics). 0396090192 (ISBN13: 9780396090199). A century and a quarter later Edwin Way Teale, today's foremost nature writer, has done such a book in A Walk Through the Year. Set down on the spot and in season, it is a richly varied interweaving of discoveries, reflections, original observations, remembrances, firsthand experiences and fresh insights into nature.

Edwin Way Teale writes with such sensitivity, wisdom and tenderness about nature. I have an out-of-print copy of "A Walk Through The Year" I bought some years ago from a second-hand bookstore

Edwin Way Teale writes with such sensitivity, wisdom and tenderness about nature. I've read it countless times, and recommend reading it as a day book, not as you might read a novel. Simply select the current day of the year and read his essay for that corresponding day. Ad I, too, live in New England, he reawakens me to the countless joys in the woods and fields beyond the dirt roads. I have an out-of-print copy of "A Walk Through The Year" I bought some years ago from a second-hand bookstore. Teale's essays on each day are similar in conception to Hal Borland's "The Twelve Moons Of the Year".

Walk with him and his wife Nellie and it's like getting a nice nature lecture along the way each time.

I have an out-of-print copy of "A Walk Through The Year" I bought some years ago from a second-hand bookstore. Teale (who is now deceased) is a more philosophical writer than Borland, though. Walk with him and his wife Nellie and it's like getting a nice nature lecture along the way each time. A very pleasant read from a wise and patient naturalist.

Edwin Way Teale (June 2, 1899 – October 18, 1980) was an American naturalist, photographer and writer. Teale's works serve as primary source material documenting environmental conditions across North America from 1930 - 1980. He is perhaps best known for his series The American Seasons, four books documenting over 75,000 miles (121,000 km) of automobile travel across North America following the changing seasons.

A walk through the year. by. Teale, Edwin Way, 1899-. Columbia University Libraries.

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Discover Edwin Way Teale famous and rare quotes. Circle of the seasons: the journal of a naturalist's year, Olympic Marketing Corp. Reduce the complexity of life by eliminating the needless wants of life, and the labors of life reduce themselves. Edwin Way Teale (1953). Circle of the Seasons: The Journal of a Naturalist's Year. For the mind disturbed, the still beauty of dawn is nature's finest balm. Edwin Way Teale (1987).

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A Walk Through the Year (Library of Nature Classics) by Edwin Way Teale. For nature, it is a time of sowing, of scattering abroad. Edwin Way Teale) - I cannot endure to waste anything as precious as autumn sunshine by staying in the house

A Walk Through the Year (Library of Nature Classics) by Edwin Way Teale. Bookish: Reading Wish List. The lost dog by Edwin Way Teale. Edwin Way Teale) - I cannot endure to waste anything as precious as autumn sunshine by staying in the house. So I spend almost all the daylight hours in the open air.

Shares daily observations of nature during walks about the author's New England homestead
  • This book, like all of this naturalist's other books, is a gift to those of us who grew up thinking about things his way but never encountered another soul who might have made mention of their thoughts this way. As adults, and as we take on more and more responsibilities as we add on the years....we begin to freely think of what we value....more and more. We stop worrying about whether it is an acceptable thought to those we know and start being more open about how we may have always thought and about many things in nature, especially.

    So I am writing this review with that in mind. Since it applies to all of Edwin Way Teale's philosophies and observations, I would say to anyone interested....that he was a most remarkable man and one we would have been honored to get to know. A real winner for those of us who have managed to do our own thinking!
    nancy morse

  • Nice book by a great writer and naturalist.I read another book by him years ago, so I bought this one. Worth the purchase!

  • This is a book that has an important message dealing with nature and the environment. Reading it, however, is not an exciting experience. Glad we bought it, but not excited about the read.

  • Pleased with the book Was in good condition.

  • Edwin Way Teale writes with such sensitivity, wisdom and tenderness about nature. I've read it countless times, and recommend reading it as a day book, not as you might read a novel. Simply select the current day of the year and read his essay for that corresponding day. Ad I, too, live in New England, he reawakens me to the countless joys in the woods and fields beyond the dirt roads.

  • I have an out-of-print copy of "A Walk Through The Year" I bought some years ago from a second-hand bookstore. Teale's essays on each day are similar in conception to Hal Borland's "The Twelve Moons Of the Year". Teale (who is now deceased) is a more philosophical writer than Borland, though. There are old mis-conceptions set right, a little science and sometimes a nature lecture. Walk with him and his wife Nellie and it's like getting a nice nature lecture along the way each time. A very pleasant read from a wise and patient naturalist.

  • We've had our battered copy of "A Walk Through The Year" in the car for decades, and read an entry any time we are on the open road for more than a few minutes. Lord knows how many times we've read the entire book, but we never tire of of it!

  • My late grandmother kept this book at her breakfast table for as long as I can remember. There is an entry for each day of the year, and that was her inspirational reading every single morning. She even took a paperback copy of the book with her when she traveled. She told me the area he describes on his farm reminded her so much of the central Connecticut 150-year-old farm she grew up on in the 1910s and 1920s. I read a passage from this book at her memorial service, which she had quoted at the death of her husband many years ago. I'm buying it today, so I can own a copy of it for my breakfast table.