A Kindle Picture Book from Wild Ozark makes a wonderful anytime gift for yourself or the nature lover in your life!
“No-Tap” Kindle Picture Books on Nature
The fact that you’re here means you must be one of my Kindle readers – probably of one of the “Into the Ginseng Wood” ebooks. Thank you for dropping by! (And if you landed on this page through an internet search, you’re also welcome to connect!)
The links below are ways you can follow me or get in touch. I’m always open to questions from readers so feel free to email me.
If you have plants you suspect might be ginseng, I’ll be happy to take a look at a few pictures for you.
My hope is that you’ll love this plant the way I do and want to become a steward and protector, which doesn’t mean you can’t harvest but that you harvest sustainably.
Here’s a list of all of my “no-tap” Kindle picture books:
- Into the Ginseng Wood: Before the Unfurling
- Into the Ginseng Wood: The Unfurling
- Into the Ginseng Wood: Forest Companions
- Wild Ozark Herbs (my first attempt at this sort of creation)
- Wild Ozark Nature Journal: Autumn 2015 (a collection of nature sketches and journal entries)
If American Ginseng is your passion, you might enjoy American Ginseng & Companions.
Although it’s not “no-tap”, it combines all of the photos from the first three “Into the Ginseng Wood” picture books, plus an added chapter on ginseng look-alikes.
This book is also available in paperback.
My Amazon Author’s page:
At my Amazon Author’s page you can see all the other books available and sign up to be notified when future books are published. I also write Ozark-inspired fantasy under the pen name Ima Erthwitch.
Keep in touch:
LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/wildozark (if you want to connect, call me a “colleague”)
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/erthwitch (my fantasy alter ego)
I hope you’ve enjoyed the Kindle picture book and will take a moment to leave a review with Amazon for me. I appreciate all honest feedback because it helps me to improve my products in the future.
My nature sketches
Wild Ozark Nature Journal: Autumn 2015
This is a collection of nature sketches and journal entries from late September through early November.
- Eighteen colored pencil nature sketches
- Journal entries with each sketch
- No double-tapping required