|Illustrated By:||Bateman, Robert|
|By (author):||Grady, Wayne|
|By (author):||Suzuki, David|
|Foreword By:||Wohlleben, Peter|
|Subject:||NATURE / Ecosystems & Habitats / Forests & Rainforests|
|NATURE / Essays|
|NATURE / Plants / Trees|
|NON-FICTION / Canadian|
|Publisher:||Greystone Books Ltd.|
|Size:||7.50in x 5.25in x 0.00in|
|From The Publisher*|
The story of a single tree, from the moment the seed is released from its cone until, more than five hundred years later, it lies on the forest floor as a nurse log, giving life to ferns, mosses, and hemlocks, even as its own life is ending.
"From the tiny seed of a single Douglas-fir, David Suzuki and Wayne Grady have grown a wonderful book, learned but lovely, thorough but terse. It's as big as all life."
"Read Tree. You will find wonder, magic and awe instead of the usual flight-or-fight responses elicited when we read about our ailing natural world. David Suzuki and Wayne Grady have hit exactly the right note."