Sue Hubbell – Waiting for Aphrodite

After 25 years on a farm in the Ozarks, award-winning writer and naturalist Sue Hubbell moved to a small town on the coast of Maine. There, in the pools, tides, and thickets, she found a vast array of creatures that aroused her considerable curiosity. Join Hubbell on a unique tour of the world of invertebrates. From humpbacked camel crickets to glow worms, from horseshoe crabs to elegantly-furred sea mice, Hubbell offers vivid descriptions and fascinating details about these superb examples of survival. She also introduces some experts in the fieldscientists who share their enthusiasm and knowledge. Waiting for Aphrodite grew from hours of field observation and reflects the days Hubbell spent at the Library of Congress augmenting her information. Entertaining for layman and scientist alike, it is both warmly personal and carefully researched.
Author: Sue Hubbell
Narrator: Barbara Caruso
Duration: 7 hours 46 minutes
Released: 11 Nov 2007
Publisher: Recorded Books
Language: English

User Review:

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This is a very easy to read and an enjoyable light wondering over the life and loves of a bunch of invertebrates. This book opens jars and cans of slugs and bugs to answer simple questions about the invertebrates we know, if not love. This was a pleasurable and edifying romp through a subject I dont very well. The book is not very technical and just looks into questions that come up while looking at invertebrates. I will certainly listen to the other books by Sue Hubble available on audible.