This classic, groundbreaking guide has been the go-to field guide for both beginning and experienced amateur astronomers for nearly 30 years, and this fourth edition brings the invaluable manual completely up-to-date, setting a new standard for astronomy guides for the next generation of stargazers as well as longtime devotees. 416 pp.
In this updated third edition, an award-winning nature and science writer gives readers a glimpse of the amazing variety of creatures found in the deepest parts of the ocean. 288 pp.
This ideal resource for both novice and experienced sky watchers in the United States and Canada includes the advice, information and data that enthusiasts need to understand and enjoy the wonders of the night sky. 120 pp.
It's hard to resist a scavenger hunt. Give kids a list of things to find, and they naturally want to turn it into a game and start checking things off. Add in an outdoor and nature twist, and the game is elevated to a whole new level—and what an amazing opportunity to engage kids and families with nature in a whole new way. 214 pp.
Educates readers about the origins and scope of the plastic problem, helping them measure the scale of the problem on an individual level and then offering solutions on how to rethink and reduce plastic use. 176 pp.