Jan 4, 2018-- We look at trees every day. What if we paused long enough to "listen"? Could you hear a song if you put your ear to the bark? If one tree can sing a solo; what kind of symphony would come forth from a forest of trees? Dive into these questions on a long cold day with a warm cup and Maria Popova's review of the book "The Songs of Trees" by David George Haskell. Give yourself the gift of lingering slowly over Maria's collage of beautiful words and images. Savor Haskell's unique approach of scientific study explained with lyrical vocabulary. Envision "the masterful, magical way in which nature weaves the warp thread of individual organisms and the weft thread of relationships into the fabric of life". (14835 reads)
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