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Falling for Snow: A Naturalist's Journey Into the World of Winter

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ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year finalist - Nature Books, 2003Alberta Book Cover Design of the Year Nominee

In this spirited mix of humor, science and adventure, naturalist Jamie Bastedo takes you on an uncommon romp through snow. Share in the quest of early snow scientists to unravel snow's many riddles: Meet a madcap balloonist who risked it all to inspect snowstorms fi
Paperback, 256 pages
Published October 8th 2003 by Red Deer Press
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Anthony Lara
Feb 23, 2014 Anthony Lara rated it it was amazing
Just as the snow is melting away here in indiana I finish Falling for Snow. It's really a sort of love story between Jamie and winter. Not in a weird way, but in a I-know-how-to-express-my-love-for-winter way. He hits science, history, literature, living in snow, snow sports. It makes me miss snowboarding terribly. He had a style of writing that took me a chapter to digest, but by the end I was hoping the pages wouldn't stop.
Jan 16, 2011 Nicole rated it liked it
This is the type of book I can put down and pick up again easily - there are a lot of interesting facts and stories but there isn't a lot of connection between the chapters (other than the main focus being snow). I enjoyed most of it, although I did find the scientific information more interesting than the literary references.
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As a professional ecologist, outdoor educator, nature tour guide, radio broadcaster, video script writer, actor and children’s entertainer, Jamie Bastedo has been involved in many projects that bridge the realms of science, art and culture. His ability to weave these realms together in creative, street-friendly formats was recognized recently when he received the national Michael Smith Award for S ...more
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