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Graeme Gibson

Graeme Gibson is the acclaimed author of Five Legs, Perpetual Motion, and Gentleman Death. He is a past president of PEN Canada and the recipient of both the Harbourfront Festival Prize and the Toronto Arts Award, and is a member of the Order of Canada. He has been a council member of World Wildlife Fund Canada, and is chairman of the Pelee Island Bird Observatory. He lives in Toronto with writer Margaret Atwood.

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The Bedside Book of Beasts
Written by Graeme Gibson
Nan A. Talese | Hardcover | November 2009
$35.00/(Canada) | 978-0-385-52459-9 (0-385-52459-5)

In a wonderfully diverse selection of writings and gorgeous illustrations, this stunning companion to The Bedside Book of Birds explores the relationship between predators and their prey.

The intricate, complex connection between the hunter and the hunted has defined animal life on earth throughout time. In The Bedside Book of Beasts, Graeme... Read more






The Bedside Book of Birds
Written by Graeme Gibson
Nan A. Talese | Hardcover | October 2005
$37.50/(Canada) | 978-0-385-51483-5 (0-385-51483-2)

In this stunning assemblage of words and images, novelist and avid birdwatcher Graeme Gibson has crafted an extraordinary tribute to the venerable relationship between humans and birds.

Birds have ever been the symbols of our highest aspirations. As divine messengers, symbols of our yearning for the heavens, or avatars of glorious song... Read more





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