A Cloud a Day: (Cloud Appreciation Society Book, Uplifting Positive Gift, Cloud Art Book, Daydreamers Book)

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Product Details

Price
$24.95  $22.95
Publisher
Chronicle Books
Publish Date
Pages
368
Dimensions
6.2 X 8.1 X 1.1 inches | 1.88 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781452180960

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About the Author

Gavin Pretor-Pinney is the author of The Cloud Collector's Handbook and The Cloudspotter's Guide, as well as the proprietor of the Cloud Appreciation Society, an online community for cloudspotters.

Reviews

Holiday Gift Pick " If you, too, find that your head is frequently in the clouds - and what better place for it, at least once in a while? - here is your tribe: the Cloud Appreciation Society. The group's founder, Gavin Pretor-Pinney...presents us with A CLOUD A DAY, a surprising year's worth of everything from Cirrus fibratus to Cumulo-stratus...Take a few moments every now and then, Pretor-Pinney advises, to contemplate the clouds; it's good for your health. His charming little volume reminds us that self-care is as available as a glance out the window, no matter your age or infirmities."
-The New York Times
Holiday Gift Pick "Thought-provoking quotations and explanations of lesser-known cloud formations accompany the photos. He even includes clouds from unexpected places like distant planets and famous paintings. Fun charts aid readers in navigating the book by helping them locate certain cloud formations, artworks, optical effects and imaginative descriptions. In his introduction, Pretor-Pinney explains that we live upon an ocean of gasses, and that it would improve the quality of our lives to spend a bit of time noticing that ever-changing ocean around us. After perusing this enlightening book, many readers will agree."
-BookPage Magazine
"This meditative book gives you a daily dose of quotes, facts, and of course, clouds. Perfect for someone who you'd like to encourage to look up, or whose head is in the clouds most of the time anyway."
-Read Now Sleep Later