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Birding with Yeats A Delicately Rendered Memoir On Motherhood, Family, And The Beauty Of The Natural World.In Fall 2007, Lynn Thomson Experiences A Huge Life Shift Her Teenage Son, Yeats, Is Just Beginning High School Yeats Has Always Struggled Against The System, Against The Pressure To Conform He Is A Poet At Heart Acutely Sensitive, Highly Intelligent, And Solitary By Nature Lynn And Yeats Have Always Been Close, But After Fourteen Years As A Stay At Home Mom Lynn Is Going Back To Work For Her Husband, Ben, Who Has Just Opened His Own Bookstore.When Lynn And Yeats Take A Trip To Vancouver Island, They Discover A Mutual Love Of Bird Watching Lynn Is The Only Other Person Yeats Has Found Who Loves Nature And Watching Birds Plus, She Has A Car Lynn Describes In Wondrous Detail The Many Trips She And Yeats Take, From The Wye Marsh And Pelee Island In Ontario, To Vancouver Island In British Columbia, To An Ill Fated Trip To The Galapagos Islands The Two Grow Closer With Each Bird Watching Expedition At The Same Time, Lynn Notices That Her Son Is Beginning To Pull Away And She Must Learn To Let Go.Birding With Yeats Is A Delicate, Sensitive, And Gentle Reflection On The Unique Bond Between A Mother And Son, And The Magic That Is The Natural World.

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!!> PDF ✮ Birding with Yeats  ❤ Author Lynn Thomson – Pandorajewelry70off.us
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Birding with Yeats
  • Lynn Thomson
  • 27 June 2017
  • 177089389X

10 thoughts on “Birding with Yeats

  1. says:

    I am so thankful for book clubs as I get an opportunity to read books I would never otherwise even consider and this one is an excellent case in point Thank you Lyndsie I enjoyed this book immensely I found the word rhythm comforting and interesting the bird watching was so secondary to the author s observations and experiences..and her eloquence in describing an ordinary life with ordinary joys and frustrations just resonated with me I have a habit copied from my good friend Leslie I am so thankful for book clubs as I get an opportunity to read books I would never otherwise even consider and this one is an excellent case in point Thank you Lyndsie I enjoyed this book immensely I found the word rhythm comforting and interesting the bird watching was so secondary to the author s observations and experiences..and her eloquence in describing an ordinary life with ordinary joys and frustrations just resonated with me I have a habit c...

  2. says:

    I m a lackadaisical birder, and so the title interested me The birding provides a narrative thread, of sorts, though the book is really about how parents do, and don t, let go of their kids It is also about childhood anxiety As a parent, I resonated with the descriptions of Yeats not wanting to do his school work, and getting all worked up about it I enjoyed the books many small observations about life as a family I wished, perhaps, for fewer descriptions of birds, andexamination of t I ...

  3. says:

    A charming, heartfelt memoir about learning to love by letting go it s full of love and learning and introspection, and the wisdom that comes with all these things It s also about birds I had no idea there were so much variety in my own back yard I...

  4. says:

    A quiet memoir about the author coming to terms with middle age and with her son growing up The parts where they go birding together are quite nice, but the rest of it was just okay On occasion, I felt the author came across as being extremely privileged and a bit self congratulatory, although I m sure she s a very nice person I couldn t help roll my eyes a bit whenever she mentioned how they don t have a TV ...

  5. says:

    I VERY MUCH ENJOYED THIS BOOK THIS BOOK HAS EVERYTHING I ENJOY BOOKS AND BOOKSTORES,TRAVEL,STORIES ABOUT BIRD WATCHING AND BEST OF ALL THE STORY OF A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTHER AND SON AND NATURE I LOVED READING HOW A MOTHER AND HER SON...

  6. says:

    Probably closer to 4 1 2 stars, if that was an option It s about letting go and living and allowing others to do the same More precisely, it s about books and bookselling, birds and bird watching, being a mother, sister, daughter and wife It s about being and experiencing all those things at the sam...

  7. says:

    I am glad I read this book, but it won t make my read again list When diving into a memoir, the search is for genuine insights into life found through the authors life experiences and pondering of same Sadly this book became a list of what we did and then she backed away from her inner...

  8. says:

    I don t usually read memoirs but I liked this one I m not a birder but I enjoyed the descriptions of the birds and the trips.

  9. says:

    Lynn Thomson relates her relationship with her son, whether good or bad, and how they are drawn together through birding, something they both draw pleasure from Bird enthusiasts will understand the healing properties of birding in the woods ...

  10. says:

    lovely, lovely book A parenting memoir and somewhat of a parenting guide for women seeking a mutual connection with their teenager The author found that connection with her son Yeats yes named after the poet through building family trips and excursions around their mutual love of birding Jack and I fell into such a connection around music, and now take an annual trip together to see a concert 2015 was Stevie Wonder in Montreal, 2014 was Fleetwood Mac in...

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