Twenty-two life lessons inspired by watching birds, written by a French philosopher and ornithologist duo
Philippe J. Dubois (Author)
Philippe J. Dubois is an ornithologist and writer. He has been passionate about birds since he was a boy, and has travelled the world birdwatching. He is the author of a number of works on climate change and biodiversity and was the head of Delachaux and Niestle, the oldest nature books publishing house in France.
Elise Rousseau (Author)
lise Rousseau has degrees in Literature and Philosophy, and is a journalist and author of several works on nature and animals. She has spent several years working to protect animals.
Brilliant, magical and engrossing - I will never see birds the
same way again * Peter Wohlleben, bestselling author of THE
HIDDEN LIFE OF TREES *
A little gem. So much wisdom to be drawn from the feathered world of birds * Raynor Winn, bestselling author of THE SALT PATH *
A charming, witty and thought-provoking look at the way bird behaviour can both reflect and influence the way we live our lives * Stephen Moss (Naturalist and author) *
This little book does a beautiful job of inspiring awe for the capacities of birds and applying lessons from their lives to the struggles of humanity * Wall Street Journal *