What I read in August 2019 (Part 1)

Thinking on my Feet: The small joy of putting one foot in front of another by Kate Humble

I borrowed another nature book shortlisted for the 2019 Wainwright prize from the library. This is a book which takes a journey through a year. It includes foreign travel, farming in Wales, walking in every place, meetings with people. Kate Humble is very observant and has recorded her thoughts, observations and feelings in an engaging manner. I had my horizons broadened from her travels! The book has a feeling of purpose and hope.

Observant readers will have noticed that What I read in August (Part 2) appeared before this post. I might have noticed sooner had I been keeping my contents list up-to-date!

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