Cricket Radio by John Himmelman

By John Himmelman

At a time while night-singing bugs have slipped past our notice—indeed, usually tend to be heard as NatureSounds than in a backyard—John Himmelman reconnects humans to the crickets and katydids whose songs shape part of our personal common background. on-line insect calls accompany this colorfully illustrated narrative.

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