Guardian Summer Reads 2021‘A simultaneously stimulating and soothing blend of nature writing and science … Strongly encourages tree hugging for our own, human sake’
A powerful return to the forest, where trees have heartbeats and roots are like brains that extend underground. Where the colour green calms us, and the forest sharpens our senses.
In, renowned forester Peter Wohlleben draws on new scientific discoveries to show how humans are deeply connected to the natural world. In an era of climate change, many of us fear we’ve lost our connection to nature, but Wohlleben is convinced that age-old ties linking humans to the forest remain alive and intact. We just have to know where to look.The Heartbeat of Trees
Drawing on science and cutting-edge research, reveals the profound interactions humans can have with nature, exploring:The Heartbeat of Trees
A perfect book to take with you into the woods, shares how to see, feel, smell, hear, and even taste the forest.The Heartbeat of Trees
Peter Wohlleben, renowned for his ability to write about trees in an engaging and moving way, reveals a wondrous cosmos where humans are a part of nature, and where conservation and environmental activism is not just about saving trees, it’s about saving ourselves, too.
the language of the forest the consciousness of plants and the eroding boundary between flora and fauna FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE BESTSELLER,SUNDAY TIMESTHE HIDDEN LIFE OF TREES