Join us on Zoom to discuss this month's Virtual Non-Fiction Book Club selection:
by Peter Wohlleben. Books are available in eBook format from Hoopla using your Wauconda Area Library card. If you need help accessing Hoopla, please reach out to Kelly Kuningas at email@example.com.
Once we are closer to the date of the meeting, you will receive a separate email with the Zoom link to join the discussion. We are looking forward to reading and discussing with you!
“Soon after we begin to recognize trees for what they are — gigantic beings thriving against incredible odds for hundreds of years — we naturally come to ask, 'How do they do it?' This charming book tells how — not as a lecture, more like a warm conversation with a favorite friend.”
—Hope Jahren, author of Lab Girl
“A powerful reminder to slow down and tune into the language of nature.”
—Rachel Sussman, author of The Oldest Living Things in the World
“Charming, provocative, fascinating. In the tradition of Jean-Henri Fabre and other great naturalist story-tellers, Wohlleben relates imaginative, enthralling tales of ecology.”
—David George Haskell, author of The Forest Unseen, Pulitzer finalist