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On Looking: A Walker's Guide to the Art of Observation

by Alexandra Horowitz Scribner (January 08, 2013)

From the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Inside of a Dog, this ?elegant and entertaining? (The Boston Globe) explanation of how humans perceive their environments ?does more than open our eyes...opens...

The Age of Wood

by Roland Ennos Scribner (December 01, 2020)

A groundbreaking examination of the role that wood and trees have played in our global ecosystem?including human evolution and the rise and fall of empires?in the bestselling tradition of Yuval Harari’s Sapiens...

Tall Man

by Chloe Hooper Scribner (April 07, 2009)

In 2004 on Palm Island, an Aboriginal settlement in the "Deep North" of Australia, a thirty-six-year-old man named Cameron Doomadgee was arrested for swearing at a white police officer. Forty minutes later he...

The Wauchula Woods Accord

by Charles Siebert Scribner (June 09, 2009)

WHILE TRAVELING AROUND THE COUNTRY to report on the conditions in which captive chimpanzees in America live, Charles Siebert visited a retirement home for former ape movie stars and circus entertainers in Wauchula,...


by Robert M. Sapolsky Scribner (September 20, 2005)

How do imperceptibly small differences in the environment change one?s behavior? What is the anatomy of a bad mood? Does stress shrink our brains? What does People magazine?s list of America?s ?50 Most Beautiful...

Solomon Time

by Will Randall Scribner (November 01, 2007)

Who hasn't fantasized about dismantling his or her hassled, wired-up life for a simpler existence? Yet who among us has the will and opportunity to do it? The answer, of course, is very few.

Will Randall, a young...

Lost Cosmonaut

by Daniel Kalder Scribner (August 29, 2006)

Daniel Kalder belongs to a unique group: the anti-tourists. Sworn to uphold the mysterious tenets of The Shymkent Declarations, the anti-tourist seeks out the dark, lost zones of our planet, eschewing comfort,...

The Last of the Tribe

by Monte Reel Scribner (June 15, 2010)

Throughout the centuries, the Amazon has yielded many of its secrets, but it still holds a few great mysteries. In 1996 experts got their first glimpse of one: a lone Indian, a tribe of one, hidden in the forests...