"Complementing Herriot’s often lyrical commentary on the prairie, Branimir Gjetvaj’s photographs bring its magic alive."
"Herriot’s erudite essays are personal, political, and urgent. Filled with first-person anecdotes (ie: his father’s memories of dust storms), plus stories from ranchers, ecologists, and agency professionals, they also explain the history of grass and reveal how pioneers were encouraged to plow in order to prosper."
"Stay is a memorable and affecting novel that will resonate long after reading."
"In this memoir, Begamudre is frank and brutally honest, exposing his deeply personal inner thoughts."
"The authors, Sara Williams and Bob Bors, have crafted an eminently readable book about growing fruit that is equal parts essential growing information, methods in fruit breeding and an enticement to grow some of the more than 20 species and almost 200 varieties described within its pages."