PositiveForeword Reviews...unlike previous works, The Lives of Bees focuses primarily on how colonies of honey bees live in the wild ... Seeley provides an in-depth scientific look at honey bee colony nests, reproduction, food collection, temperature control, and more. His hands-on experience with honey bees in the Ithaca, New York area, where Cornell is located, personalizes the story ... Perhaps the most interesting portion of the book is the comparison of wild colonies with managed colonies.
PositiveForeword Reviews\"With a journalist’s critical eye and storytelling ability, Reeves traces the rise of the Asian carp in the lakes from its very beginning ... The book moves seamlessly from location to location, demonstrating the relentless resilience of the Asian carp. The suspense grows as it becomes clear that the carp were doing more damage than good. Reeves’s chilling reportage enhances the narrative ...Overrun is more than an engaging story about nuisance fish. This eye-opening book demonstrates the interrelationship of species, the climate, and the environment.\
RaveForeword ReviewsExpansive and thought provoking ... its elegant explanation of \'Trumpism\' is notable ... This work, translated from French into English, has the rare power to demand attention and encourage consideration of how the New Climatic Regime impacts the destiny of humanity. With expressive language and self-acknowledged \'deliberate bluntness,\' Latour challenges conventional thought and opens a pathway to an alternative worldview. Down to Earth will leave a lasting impression on any reader who recognizes the prime importance of raising fundamental if troubling questions.