On that old books smell, and the chemistry behind what makes us love the scent of rotting paper and glue.
On Daniel H Pink's new book WHEN, which explains the chronobiology of mid-day, mid-life, and mid-task slumps (with tips for overcoming them).
Let's birdwatch instead of mammal watch, because that involves too much poop.
Women science and nature writers are writing nature and science memoir mashups that are personal and fun and science-rich.
Seems like books about mushrooming, mushrooms, and the people who love fungus like to expose the strange, subterranean aspects of mushrooms and mushrooming culture.
"Nothing happens except that a necklace is lost. A necklace is found. And there is imperceptible, powerful growing up." On CRISS CROSS by Lynne Rae Perkins.