Fox Doesn't Wear a Watch: Lessons from Mother Nature's Classroom celebrates the power and wisdom of lessons we can learn when we reevaluate our relationship to place and time. Stories take place in a diversity of settings, including the author's Yakama homelands as well as Indigenous lands on Turtle Island and across the Pacific. When did you last spend time outside engaging Mother Nature and your more than human relations? Did you pay attention to them and the lessons they have to offer? Perhaps you have been to other places, for work, visiting family or friends, or vacation-did you witness new (to you) ways of living or experiencing the world? In Fox Doesn't Wear a Watch, Michelle M. Jacob draws from lessons in her own Yakama culture and teaches readers, through rich description and gentle instruction, about the importance of learning from our surroundings, being in respectful relation to place, and rethinking our notion of time so that we are in tune with our surroundings and the lives we really want to live.