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Member: iatethecloudsforyou

CollectionsYour library (889), Wishlist (245), Read but unowned (7), All collections (1,140)

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Tagsnature (104), childrens (84), self sufficiency (64), outdoors (49), plants (45), native american (44), diy (39), great for parents (34), unusual fiction (29), philosophy (23) — see all tags

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About meits more about my books here, right?

About my libraryive only been a book fiend for two or three years however ive managed to aquire a good share in that time. recently, ive read around a 100 books a year. and skimmed through many.

Groups20-Something LibraryThingers, Book Addicts Anonymous, Bookcases: If You Build/Buy Them, They Will Fill, Gardening, Outdoor Readers, Photography, Rare, Old or Offbeat, Sustainability, Tea!, Travel and Exploration literature

Favorite authorsEdward Abbey, Edward Albee, Sherman Alexie, Nelson Algren, Margaret Atwood, Richard Brautigan, Jeff Brouws, John Burroughs, William S. Burroughs, Sally Carrighar, Keith Carter, Annie Dillard, Hamlin Garland, Knut Hamsun, Ernest Hemingway, Michael Kenna, Frederick Leboyer, Aldo Leopold, Cormac McCarthy, Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Farley Mowat, John Muir, Haruki Murakami, Robert M. Pirsig, Sylvia Plath, Edgar Allan Poe, James Whitcomb Riley, J. I. Rodale, J. D. Salinger, Frederick Schwatka, David Sedaris, Ernest Thompson Seton, Dr. Seuss, Ralph Steadman, Wallace Stegner, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Jim Tully, Jules Verne, Kurt Vonnegut, Stewart Edward White (Shared favorites)

Real nameClayton Anderson

Locationeldorado springs, co

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceAug 28, 2007

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The Lost City of Z by David Gramm; history of the Amazon
Basin and Range by John McPhee; history of the Great Basin
The Monkey Wrench Gang; Edward Abbey; ecoterrorism in Utah and Nevada
Hoe to Grow Vegetables and Fruits by the Organic Method by J.I. Rodale
I Have a number of periodicals related to the Whole Earth Catalogue to add and then I've posted all our books.
I browsed through the books that we share; my husband and I own almost all of the shared books except maybe 5. I see you have a Modern Herbal. I love those books.
We own all the Brautigans. He is a colorful author.
Thank you for adding my library to your interesting list. It's been a journey for me cataloguing all my books. I'm inspired! I like your user name.
Aww, that's a great age!
No kids. A large number of the children's and YA books in my collection are from classes I took recently on children and young adult literature. Others are childhood favorites, books I've brought along when babysitting, and ones that I reviewed semi-professionally. So mostly, I just like children's books :) You?
I've never really found anything else quite like Brautigan. On the more humorous side, the Mason Williams Reading Matter is the closest thing I can think of.
Oops, I just noticed we actually share King of the Grizzlies and Wild Animals I have Known, not Lives of the Hunted. Thus, I would recommend Lives of the Hunted to you. Sorry for the confusion.

bookstothesky
Hello,

Well, the Thompson Seton book that I loved 35 years ago (and that I read to death as shown by the tape I have holding it together in my picture here on LT) is Biography of a Grizzly or, as I remember it, King of the Grizzlies, starring a bear named Wahb (if I remember the spelling correctly). However, the other two Thompson Seton books I own (Wild Animals I have Known and Lives of the Hunted) both had excellent stories. I remember the Lobo story especially in Wild Animals, and another story about a ram being hunted that I think is in Lives of the Hunted, though I'm not sure anymore as it's been 30-35 years since I read these.

It looks like you own all the books I do except King of the Grizzlies and, if you're an adult, that one may be a bit juvenile for you, but if you've got kids then it's a great read in my opinion.

I hope the above helps and thanks for asking your question; it made for a nice trip down memory lane, and I may look for some more of the author's books.

Take it easy,
bookstothesky
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