Books

 

MJM 1.5 cov 

Meditations of John Muir, nearly 50,000 copies sold (12th printing 2014)

Amazon Review: “There was no gift or treasure that I could buy that is comparable to the deeply moving passages and meditations in this book. All of the meditations/passages are truly captivating. The poetic quality of Muir is deeply stirring and created this sense of urgency for me to stop, appreciate and humble myself to the complete and utter majesty of nature. This book is to be both consumed and savored for the magical and soul-stirring work of art it is. Absolutely breathtaking.”


Published Works by Chris Highland

(order through your favorite book source)

Nature Meditations Series:

Muir cover

Meditations of John Muir:  Nature’s Temple (2001)

Thoreau cover

Meditations of Henry David Thoreau:  A Light in the Woods (2002)

Emerson cover

Meditations of Ralph Waldo Emerson:  Into the Green Future (2004)

Whitman cover

Meditations of Walt Whitman:  Earth, My Likeness (2004)

Fuller cover

Meditations of Margaret Fuller:  The Inner Stream (2007)

Burroughs cover

Meditations of John Burroughs:  Nature is Home (2007)


Address cover

My Address is a River (Chaplain stories.  2010)

Jesus and Muir cover

Jesus and John Muir (Novella.  2010)

Life after Faith cover

Life After Faith (Auto-bio.  2010)


Available to Read Online (FREE):

Edge of Falls cover

Edge of the Falls (Poetry, excerpts.  2009)

Greatest Tree cover

The Greatest Tree of All (Children’s book.  2011)


Available Only on iBooks (FREE):

Nature is Enough cover small

Nature is Enough (Essay collection.  2013)


I am happy to report that following my wonderful visit to Concord, Massachusetts, the Shop at Walden Pond now carries all six books in the “nature meditations” series


On the Shelf in Muir Woods

Muir, Emerson, Thoreau and Whitman in Muir Woods National Monument   (presented by daughter Sharel)


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9 thoughts on “Books

  1. Let me introduce you to a book you should read: “Swift Currents” by David Grim. It is about history/fiction in the Lowcountry. Great book with wonderful insight into the history of that part of the country.

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