What exactly do people get from reading books? Is it pleasure, knowledge, or are there other benefits beyond enjoyment and enlightenment? The scientific answer is yes. Reading books strengthens your brain. Research shows reading literally changes your mind by enhancing your physical and cognitive health. So do yourself a favor…as the days get shorter, turn on your soft reading lights, engage your brain circuits, and read something. We have some suggestions for you. Yes, you can find all these books online to purchase.
Superb Photography and engaging prose, Rivers of Life is a dramatic publication that gives you a look at the issues of managing habitat and the fishery in Alaska.
Dec Hogan and Marty Howard, two respected fly anglers, put their talents together and collaborated to pen and camera this book. Vibrant and detailed, this book shows step-by-step photos and instructions on flies that just flat out are effective at catching fish.
Traveler Bruce Chatwin chronicles his quest and experience in the farthest reaches of Patagonia. Evocative descriptions, titbits of history, and some great stories, Chatwin makes Patagonia exciting.
Ten months in Patagonia, Nick Reding journals what happens when you travel the Chilean Patagonia, not with no knowledge of what you’re doing. Exploration, discovery, and adventure, Reding, provides a detailed account of history, a moment in time we’ll probably never see again.
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