The Fall Reading List

FallReadingList

Somehow after almost a week of typically hot and humid Wisconsin weather the temperatures plummeted to mid-60’s. Over night we seemed to go from summer right into fall. Even though we hardy midwestern souls are used to much, much lower digits a sudden shift of 30º was a bit of a shock. And as the furnace kicked on for the first time since April I think my brain instinctively clicked over to thoughts of  short day and long nights curled up on the couch by the fireplace with a good book.

The arrival of four new titles couldn’t have come at a better time. As it happens two friends, a friend of a friend and project I supported on Kickstarter have books out this month. And as busy as I am writing pages of my own I’m going to make time in the coming weeks to expand my world view from the perspective of these four authors.
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Outdoor Recreation Insurance Risk Management and Law

by James H. Moss

http://www.sagamorepub.com/products/outdoor-recreation-insurance-risk-management-and-law-ebook

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A Pebble in a Pond

by Layne T. Oliver

https://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=978-1-68164-474-5

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Do BeeKeeping ~the secret to happy honeybees

By Orren Fox

http://thedobook.co/products/do-beekeeping-the-secret-to-happy-honey-bees

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The Boy Who Spoke to the Earth

By Chris Burkard  |  Illustrations by David McClellan

http://www.dreamlingbooks.com/previews/the-boy-who-spoke-to-the-earth

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Author:James

I'm a freelance journalist that specializes in telling stories about outdoor recreation, environmental conservation, acts of charitable giving and practices of sustainable living.

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