If you appreciated gaining a new perspective from Peter Wohlleben’s The Hidden Life of Trees, you might enjoy these books next:
By Richard Fortey
The author traces a year in his four-acre woodland property in the Chiltern Hills of Oxfordshire, England, where he discovered a new species and explored the myriad connections in the natural world and how they reflect history and our role in the universe. Ebook available through OverDrive Digital Downloads.
By Colin Tudge
A leading science writer provides a close-up look at the world of trees, journeying around the world to explore the facts, characteristics, natural history, life cycles, evolution, and environmental impact of trees and forests.
By Nancy Ross Hugo
Have you ever looked at a tree? That may sound like a silly question, but there is so much more to notice about a tree than first meets the eye. Seeing Trees celebrates seldom seen but easily observable tree traits and invites you to watch trees with the same care and sensitivity that birdwatchers watch birds. Many people, for example, are surprised to learn that oaks and maples have flowers, much less flowers that are astonishingly beautiful when viewed up close.
By David Suzuki and Wayne Grady
Celebrating the life of a single tree—a Douglas fir—the authors depict the various intricacies and life cycles of this remarkable life form—close up—from its release of pollen to the creatures that live in and around it.
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