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    Free download Still Water [EBOOK] Still Water author John Lewis–Stempel “Ponds What’s not to like?” Lewis Stempel publishes way too much; I’d prefer a well honed concise yet brimming nature memoir from him every few years rather than a loose free association one on a narrow theme once or twice a year But there’s no denying he’s made a tidy little industry of writing about his Shropshire farm and its s

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    Download ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¼ John Lewis-Stempel [EBOOK] Still Water author John Lewis–Stempel Every village of any note used to have its church pub and pond but it has been a long while since I have seen a pond in a village and even though some have become clogged with silt there are still a substantial number left Even a small pond can support a surprising amount of life There are the obvious frogs and toads an

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    [EBOOK] Still Water author John Lewis–Stempel Lewis Stempels’ books are really relaxing to read though I prefer his book “The wood” over this one

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    Free download Still Water [EBOOK] Still Water author John Lewis–Stempel Download ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¼ John Lewis-Stempel You might also enjoy✱ Braiding Sweetgrass✱ The Wood The Life Times of Cockshutt Wood✱ The Wild Places✱ Notes From Walnut Tree Farm✱ Eager The Surprising Secret Life of Beavers✱ High Tide in Tucson✱ Pilgrim at Tinker Creek✱ Swampwalker's Journal A Wetlands Year✱ A Naturalist at Large The Best Essays of Bernd Heinrich✱ The Wood for the Trees✱ Life in the Garden✱ Down to the River and Up

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    [EBOOK] Still Water author John Lewis–Stempel Download ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¼ John Lewis-Stempel Free download Still Water Another thoroughly enjoyable book by this authorWritten almost in the form of journal notes but interspersed with poems it was educational without being dry or preachyBeautifully evocative in creating the sights sounds and smells of ponds through the seasonsAs with his other books that I have read it really made

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    [EBOOK] Still Water author John Lewis–Stempel 1 StarDNFGiving up Partly this is my fault for not researching enough what type of book this is Partly the author's fault for writing pretentious overly lyrical streams of consciousness with no actual underlying contentThis is not a book about ponds This is the edited day to day diary of a navel gazing farmer

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    Free download Still Water John Lewis-Stempel ¼ 8 review Download ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¼ John Lewis-Stempel There is much to enjoy in this book I learned much duck decoys the blood month the backswimmer and much I enjoyed the references to farm life I didn’t enjoy the lyrical writing and always find poetry inserted in prose books rather d

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    Free download Still Water [EBOOK] Still Water author John Lewis–Stempel Download ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¼ John Lewis-Stempel Super Really brings a pond alive throughout the year in all its wonders It has even helped me to feel love for the pesky moorhens who cause chaos by fighting with any creature bold enough to venture anywhere near our garden pond Ins

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    [EBOOK] Still Water author John Lewis–Stempel Beautifully written as always with Lewis Stempel’s books but I struggled with and was irritated by the constant flitting from his Herefordshire farm pond to a mill pond in France What was the point?

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    Download ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¼ John Lewis-Stempel John Lewis-Stempel ¼ 8 review [EBOOK] Still Water author John Lewis–Stempel Beautifully written and wonderfully informative only 4 stars merely because I amnot uite so interested in ponds as I am in other areas of nature and nature writingIf you are fascinated by stickle backs and pond life this is a wonderful read

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