We love books. All kinds of books. Books about the world and how it works. Books about wildlife and wild places. Books about science and inspiring humans and the fight for equality in this country. Books about trips to the moon and trips to enchanted forests and trips to other countries and trips to other worlds.
We read some fantastic books this year, and in the spirit of shared book nerdery, wanted to share some of our favorites with you. We're really only sharing the best naturalist nonfiction here, but if you're looking for fresh poetry, fiction, and YA options, you can check out the collage to the left, and/or our full 2017 reading lists are here (Kerri) & here (Matt).
The Wave by Susan Casey
Winter: Notes from Montana by Rick Bass
Crossing Open Ground by Barry Lopez
Eating Stone: Imagination and the Loss of the Wild by Ellen Meloy
On Trails by Robert Moore
Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire: A 500-year History by Kurt Andersen
Collective Favorites (books we both read & enjoyed)
A River Lost by Blaine Harden
The Stranger in the Woods by Michael Finkel
Our ears are always open when it comes to good books.