Pocket Nature Series: Leaf Peeping
Discover the Seasonal Wonder of Fall Foliage
A charming guide to the mindful practice of observing and appreciating the magnificent colors of autumn foliage.
Reconnect with nature through the quiet practice of leaf-peeping. Every autumn, we're graced with a breathtaking spectacle as the leaves turn from green to amber and gold. But how often do we stop to appreciate it?
In this charming book, discover the fascinating science of leaf-turning, practical tips on where to find foliage, musings on what we can learn from the perennial, cyclical nature of leaves, as well as grounding rituals that encourage mindful observation of this stunning natural phenomenon. Line drawings and a textured case add a lovely visual and tactile component, and the petite trim size makes this perfect for taking on an adventure. At once meditative and insightful, LEAF PEEPING reminds us of the value of slowing down and paying attention to the many wonders that surround us.
NATURE AS THERAPY: The activities are easy and accessible to everyone who enjoys spending time outside. LEAF PEEPING will appeal to anyone who is looking for simple ways to practice mindfulness.
UNIQUE CONTENT: The hyper-specific topics in this series stand apart from other general nature books in this category, offering clear gifting moments and recipients. LEAF PEEPING is the first of its kind: Not only does it provide tips on where to find fall foliage, but it also provides fascinating tidbits about the science of leaf-turning and the culture of leaf-peeping, as well as mindful practices inspired by the cyclical nature of leaves.
MAKES A LOVELY GIFT: The POCKET NATURE series makes a thoughtful gift for a wide range of folks for nearly any occasion, gifted alongside outdoor gear or tucked in a holiday stocking.
- Nature lovers
- Fans of autumn
- East Coasters and those visiting the East Coast to leaf-peep
- Mindfulness practitioners
- People looking to slow down and disconnect
- People who purchased MINDFULNESS CARDS or NATURE MEDITATIONS