Eight Master Lessons of Nature What Nature Teaches Us About Living Well in the World

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Publisher's Synopsis

'A classic' - Sir Tim Smit, Co-founder of the Eden Project
'I saw truth, I saw beauty, I saw a better future in these pages.' - John Lewis-Stempel


For too long we have set ourselves apart from nature, seeing ourselves as superior, removed, independent. But in doing so we have lost sight of all that the natural world can teach us.

In Eight Master Lessons of Nature, Gary Ferguson reveals the wisdom of the natural world. By keenly observing and admiring wildlife and their surroundings, he shows us why sympathy is our greatest asset and crucial to our survival, that feminine rule is default in the natural world, and how even from the ashes of destruction, life is still able to thrive.

Written in rich and nourishing prose, Ferguson gently dismantles the walls we have erected between ourselves and nature, showings us the wonder of our surroundings in all their splendour. Drawing on stories from art and science, flora and fauna, philosophy and history, he carefully unravels the dazzling web of connections that binds us to earth and the rich supply of wisdom that is stored here. The result is a powerful and timely reminder of our place in this world, our interdependence, and how much nature is able to teach, heal and ultimately restore us.

About the Publisher

Doubleday

Doubleday

Doubleday is an imprint of Transworld Publishers and publishes bestselling authors such as Bill Bryson, Joanne Harris, Terry Pratchett and Kate Atkinson in hardback.

Book information

ISBN: 9780857525789
Publisher: Transworld
Imprint: Doubleday
Pub date:
DEWEY: 508
DEWEY edition: 23
Language: English
Number of pages: xix, 248
Weight: 320g
Height: 191mm
Width: 127mm
Spine width: 25mm