APES Summer Reading list Choose one of the following books to read, and complete the assignment below. 1. The Burning Season – Andrew Revkin 2. A Sand County – Aldo Leopold 3. Desert Solitaire – Edward Abbey 4. Walden Pond – Henry David Thoreau 5. The song of the Dodo – David Quammen 6. Of Wolves and Men – Barry Lopez 7. Deep Ecology – Artie Kness 8. Tracing the Vanishing Frogs: An Ecological Mystery – Kathryn Phillips 9. The Naturalist – E. O. Wilson 10. Cadillac Desert – Mark Reisner 11. Wolves of Isle Royale – Rolf Peterson 12. Night of the Grizzlies – Jack Olsen 13. Into the Wild – Jon Krakauer 14. Encounters with the Archdruid – John McPhee 15. The control of Nature – John McPhee 16. The heat is on – Ross Gelbspan 17. Our Stolen Future – Theo Colburn 18. Riddle of the Ice – Myron Arms 19. Witness the Nature – Linda Lear 20. Living Downstream – Susan Steingraber 21. The Orchid Thief – Susan Orlean 22. The Monkey Wrench Gang – Edward Abbey 23. Ishmael – Daniel Quinn 24. The Earth in Balance – Al Gore 25. A Walk in the Woods – Bill Bryson 26. Ocean Warrior – Paul Watson 27. Desert Year – Joseph Krutch 28. Wolves of Denali – Adolph Marie 29. Never Cry Wolf – Farley Mowat 30. And the Rivers Turn to Blood – Rodney Barker 31. Confessions of an Eco Warrior – Dave Foreman 32. Looking for Longleaf: the fall and rise of an American forest – Lawrence Earley Assignment 1. Write a detailed summary of the book (1 page typed is a good minimum guide). 2. What was the message of the book? How did the author weave that message through-out the book? 3. Relate an incident from the book which made an impact on you. 4. List FOUR environmental ideas presented in the book. Choose ONE which you would like to study in more detail, and explain why you made this choice. 5. How do you think this book will relate to AP environmental science? How long did it take you read it?