The Earth Moved

Author: Amy Stewart
Publisher: Algonquin Books
ISBN: 1565126556
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This book is for all of us who appreciate Mother Nature's creatures, no matter how humble.

Flower Confidential

Author: Amy Stewart
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ISBN: 9781565126039
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Amy Stewart tracks down the hybridizers, geneticists, growers, and vendors working to invent, manufacture, and sell flowers that are bigger, brighter, and sturdier than anything nature can provide.

The Garden

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RHS mail order: 01483 211320 The Wisley Bookshop: 01483 211113 The Earth
Moved The Earth Moved - on the remarkable achievements of earthworms Amy
Stewart 224pp 2005 Frances Lincoln £14.99 ishn 071 1224501 A fascinating
insight into the story of earthworms - as you have never appreciated them before
For Amy Stewart, what seems to have started out as a foray into vermiculture to
compost kitchen scraps has turned into a worm obsession. Her enthusiasm for
these ...

Library Journal

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Earthworms of the world can stand a little taller." — Kirkus Reviews THE EARTH
MOVED: On the Remarkable Achievements of Earthworms by Amy Stewart 1-
56512-337-9,240 pages, $23.95 cloth Making tA% of Love tot Lovers ol Wc
Whoopee GOOD CLEAN FUN (ETYMOLOGY) The amazing origins of 150 words
and phrases we use to define life's grand passion. "A delightful little book . . . [
Morris] shares his message with style and wit." — Booklist MAKING WHOOPEEE:
Words of ...

Bird Watcher S Digest

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The Earth Moved: On the Remarkable Achievements of Earthworms Amy Stewart.
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill (127 Kingston Dr. # 105, Chapel Hill, NC 27514),
223 pages, 5'A x 8, $23.95, hardcover. AN EARTHWORM IS BLIND AND deaf,
has no backbone or teeth, yet is "a small, very efficient plough," naturalist Amy
Stewart writes, not "a garden pest that damaged plant roots and spoiled green
lawns with their castings," as was believed until Charles Darwin turned his
inquiring ...

The Real Story

Author: Sarah Statz Cords
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
ISBN: 9781591582830
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... marijuana, and the potato. The result is a personable work of history and
investigative journalism, in which Pollan relates the fruits of his research about
such historical characters as Johnny Appleseed, as well as more current stories
about his personal experiments growing cannabis and recent statistics about
America's drug war. Subjects: Biology • Classics • Gardening • Horticulture •
Plants Now try: Amy Stewart's The Earth Moved: On the Remarkable
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School Library Journal

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S & S. 2003. Tr $24. ISBN 0-7432-261 1-9. LC 2003042823. Adult/High School-
Mention biotechnology and a bewildering array of legal, political, scientific, and
economic concerns spring to mind. Pringle's balanced, readable examination of
the subject offers the facts that will help students understand the issues. This
excellent title is sure to generate discussion. B STEWART, Amy. The Earth Moved
: On the Remarkable Achievements of Earthworms. 215p. appendix, bibliog.
Algonquin.

Op Magazine

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... does not seem to have any plans to send his remarkable collection there. He
intends to found a literary museum of his own and pass the collection on to his
grandson, Jai Singh, who has taken up the hobby. After a life devoted to
gathering the symbols of fame, he shuns the spotlight himself and agrees to only
the briefest contact with reporters, saying simply, "I want to remain hidden." m
Amy Stewart is the author of The Earth Moved: On the Remarkable Achievements
of Earthworms.

Ichnology Newsletter

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The Mesozoic Track Project: Early Cretaceous tracks from Maryland (USA).
lchnology Newsletter, 25: 1. Krakow. Stapleton, K.L., Long, M. & Bird, F.L. 2002.
Comparative feeding ecology of two spatially coexisting species of ghost shrimp,
Biffarius arenosus and Trypaea australiensis (Decapoda: Callianassidae).
Ophelia, 55(3): 141-150. # burrows, recent, crustaceans Stewart, A. 2004. The
Earth Moved: On the Remarkable Achievements of Earthworms. Algonquin
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