By: AK Dewdney
233 pages, 25 illus
Hungry Hollow is an ordinary creek winding through about a mile of forest and meadow somewhere east of the Rocky Mountains. But like all such places, it is also a vast and intricate web of life with extensions that reach around the planet, back into prehistoric times, and within to a teeming, bizarre microscopic world.
...220 pages explaining biological phenomena add up to a literary image of the magic of life. New Scientist
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