In Our Nature

David and Emma Pocock

A collection of essays, photos and poetry reminding people how you spend your time, your money and how you choose to live your life can help save species and habitats heading for extinction. A great read with the final chapter exploring “Reorientating Our Lives Towards Nature”

All funds raised go to conservation.

The House of Mirth

Edith Wharton

As applicable today as it was when it was first published in 1905. The gilded age of the robber barons where society worships money and the emptiness of conspicuous consumption triggers new levels of elite anxiety. And, if you are a woman, what you wear may be crucial to your place in the world and your value to the group lasts as long as your beauty.

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