As you may have noticed, a great deal of information has disappeared from the sidebar. Do not fear, however, it is now all contained in one big list of the ecologically relevant books on our website. Subtitles and authors' names are now included on the list for all the books.
All of the reviews by Blogging Bookworms are also included in this index, listed under each book that has been reviewed. The reviews are listed in chronological order since some reviews take up where others left off.
Please check out the new and improved list of Ecologically Relevant Books. I welcome any feedback you have on this new format.
If you have suggestions for additional books to add, or a review of something on the list, please let us know on the Monday Round Up post! Updates to the "Big List" will happen approximately once a week.
Sunday, January 11, 2009
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Chile, that was a very helpful revamp. Thanks for doing that!
It is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen and, if you weren't so hot and spicy, I'd kiss you for all the work you've done. Thank you so much, Chile!
I feel like I've just had my hair cut or the closet cleaned. Thank you! The sidebar looks great as does the list of books. I'd kiss you if you were here, hot, spicy and all. This was just the lift we needed for the new year.
I wanted to add a book which I just finished reading-which I thought is very very relevant to ecology. The book is " The Hungry Tide" by Amitav Ghosh (HarperCollins)
You're a red hot rockin chile pepper! Wahoo - it looks great. Soooo nice and clean.
My only suggestion is to make a nice big button to push in the side bar, so people won't miss the link to the book list.
Looks great - thank you!
(under the Living Lightly heading, there is a word missing in the Nearing's book - The Life should be the Good Life.)
Glad ya'll like it! Kisses and hugs welcomed.
I've corrected the misspellings. I didn't run spell check on the big list because it would have stopped at every single author's name and I was too tired to deal with that. Then I forgot to on this post. LOL!
New additions and reviews will happen about once a week, but I haven't decided what day yet.
Love, love, LOVE it. Chile doesn't Chew, she Rocks!
Adding to the chorus that this does look great!
This is great! Thanks so much, Chile. All us readers are in your debt.
I would agree with IndianWildlifeClub that The Hungry Tide would be great addition to the "just for fun" category -- and I only say just for fun because it is a novel. But it is great and very informative on a lot of issues. I read it shortly after I read David Quammen's non-fiction book about predators, Monster of God, and they work well together. Predator conservation can be tricky business when peoples lives are on the line.
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