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Autumn Wild is a collection of sixteen nature essays by local writer Robin Stone. While each essay deals with a different subject, they are all related to the author's observations of the changes in nature during the Fall in and around her rural home in the Outaouais. Outdoor types will see many parallels with their own experiences in the stories, but many readers who have spent even a small amount of time in the country may have shared similar experiences - and even the most 'citified' reader will find this book a gentle and pleasant read. The author shares what are often common observations of the natural world but she makes the reader realize that these events are very enriching experiences and that we humans need to be better caretakers of our natural environment. Robin has succeeded in making the reader conclude that we all have an affinity for nature and that we are happier when we share in its biodiversity. The book, while quite small, measuring only about 4 x 5 inches, is nicely illustrated by local print-maker Raymond Sander-Regier. Its small size lends itself to be easily read in quiet nooks, on nature outings or while commuting and I recommend it to anyone who wishes to slow down for a few moments and reflect on what is really important. This little book is salve for both the harried soul and seasoned naturalist. Garry McNulty, Aylmer past president, Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club --West Quebec Post, November 2006

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