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THE OLDEST LIVING THINGS IN THE WORLD RACHEL SUSSMAN With Essays by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Carl Zimmer “The Oldest Living Things in the World adds in dramatic manner a fascinating new perspective—literally, dinosaurs—of the living world around us.” —Edward O. Wilson, Harvard University Cloth $45.00

HOPE ON EARTH A Conversation PAUL R. EHRLICH and MICHAEL CHARLES TOBIAS With Additional Comments by John Harte “A brilliant, absorbing, and timely discussion of the most pressing issues of the day conducted by two of the world’s foremost environmental experts.” —Booklist Cloth $20.00

THE BOOK OF EGGS A Life-Size Guide to the Eggs of Six Hundred of the World’s Bird Species

MARK E. HAUBER Edited by John Bates and Barbara Becker A stunning guide to eggs from six hundred bird species from around the world, The Book of Eggs pairs photographs that reproduce each egg in full color and at actual size with descriptions, distribution maps, and fascinating facts to pique the curiosity of all bird lovers. Cloth $55.00

WALDEN WARMING Climate Change Comes to Thoreau’s Woods

RICHARD B. PRIMACK “Thoreau, in Walden, proposed a ‘realometer’ to filter out prejudice and delusion. This eloquent new book fills that role for us, reminding us that global warming is not an abstract future proposition but a very profound current reality.”—Bill McKibben Cloth $26.00

The University of Chicago Press www.press.uchicago.edu

OnEarth Spring 2014  

Hog Wild, by Ted Genoways

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