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  • Birds In Fall

    By Brad Kessler

    Our Price: $7.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780743287395
    • Publisher: Scribner
    • Published: March 2007
    When a plane crashes off the coast of Nova Scotia, Kevin Gearns witnesses grief and bonding among the bereaved survivors who stay in his inn, while ornithologist Ana Gathreaux, who has lost her husband in the crash, remembers how they worked together to study and save birds. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.
  • Birds In Fall

    By Brad Kessler

    Our Price: $7.50
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780743287388
    • Publisher: Scribner
    • Published: April 2006
    The crash of an airplane off the coast of a remote island in Nova Scotia ignites a series of events that will draw the relatives of all the victims to mourn their loss on the island. At the center of the group is Ana Gathreaux, an ornithologist, who will soon travel to Trachis Island in search of her missing husband, Russell. Among the diverse group to envelop the island include a Taiwanese couple, a Bulgarian musician, two Dutch teenagers, and an Iranian exile. On the island they will stay at the inn of Kevin Gearns, and willl develop a kinship and compassion for each other's loss that reveals the endurance of human perseverance.
  • Goat Song: A Seasonal Life, a Short History of Herding, and the Art of Making Cheese

    By Brad Kessler

    Our Price: $16.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781416561002
    • Publisher: Simon & Schuster
    • Published: June 2010
    Goat Song is the story of a year in the life of a couple who abandoned their one-bedroom apartment in New York City to live on seventy-five acres in Vermont and raise Nubian goats. In poetic, reverent detail, Brad Kessler explores our ancient relationship to the land and our gradual alienation from the animals that feed us. His fascinating account traces his journey of choosing the goats and learning how to breed, milk, and care for them. As Kessler begins to live the life of a herder, he encounters the pastoral roots of so many aspects of Western culture---how our diet, our alphabet, our religions, poetry, and economy all grew out of a pastoralist setting, a life lived among hoofed animals

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