Home: chronicle of a north country life

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Stewart, Tabori & Chang, Apr 1, 1996 - History - 143 pages
Brought to life with full-color photos taken by the author, this is a story that will educate and inspire with its profound ability to strike a resonant chord in anyone who has yearned for a simpler life in the country. Filled with rare insight into the earth beneath and the sky above, Home is a powerful celebration of the paths we choose and the journey we take to find a home. 70 photos.

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Not just beautiful writing but magnificent photographs that together show Beth Powning as a person who is closely in touch with the physical world around her. She must surely rank among the most fully ... Read full review

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"In the tradition of our great nature writers -- Barry Lopez, Gary Synder and Annie Dillard -- Beth Powning tells the story of her personal journey to forge a bold new life in the wilderness of the ... Read full review

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Beth Powning is the author of "Home: Chronicle of a North Country Life," and "Shadow Child: An Apprenticeship in Love and Loss," Born in Connecticut, she now lives in Sussex, New Brunswick.

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