Merlin Sheldrake$18.00 $16.74
This is quite possibly the most mind-blowing book I've ever read. Fungi, it turns out, are incredibly smart, dynamic, prevalent, and fascinating. Trust me, you will be blown away by the incredible lives of fungi.
Daniel Quinn$18.00 $16.74
A book that's 95% dialogue between a man and a gorilla, and changes how you view humanity's role int he history of the world. Incredibly impactful on my worldview.
Neil Degrasse Tyson$18.95 $17.62
Did you know there are more planets than there are individual sounds ever spoken by all humans that have ever lived? Neither did I, until I read this book that paints a picture of how big the universe is, and small we are. I found it incredibly liberating and helpful in reframing my life.
David Attenborough$27.00 $25.11
Sir David Attenborough knows a thing or two about nature, and fascinates in the account of his life and what he hopes the future holds.
Robin Wall Kimmerer$20.00 $18.60
A mind-blowing nonfiction piece from an indigenous perspective on plants. Change the way you see flora and science forever.
Kim Stanley Robinson$19.99 $18.59
What if things continue just as they are today? This fiction novel feels all too real and imagines a future we're on track for unless we start to change even more aggressively.
Michelle Nijhuis$17.95 $16.69
Surprisingly, the modern animal conservation movement was started by... hunters! This was a fascinating history of all things animals from protecting species to classifying them, and is sure to teach you a thing or two about our furry friends.
Gerald Durrell$18.00 $16.74
When a boy moved to the isolated Greek island of Corfu full of the most incredible animals and plants imaginable, it was basically beginning to be a book. And I sure am glad he wrote it.
Climate Optimism: Celebrating Systemic Change Around the World (Environmental Sustainability, Doing Good Things, Book for Activists)
Zahra Biabani$22.99 $21.38
Let's be real: it's not too late to stop climate change. This book is full of proof that people are making a real difference, right now.
Kim Stanley Robinson$18.99 $17.66
What will NYC look like in the year 2140? This book imagines a future where we continue on our current warming path, and New York is mostly underwater because of it.