I found this book interesting, at times heartbreaking and enraging, and ultimately, compelling reading. If you have kids, I think you should probably read this or its companion, Boys & Sex.
A book that fascinates, confuses, and reassures in uneven measures (reassurance coming late, and perhaps in smaller measures that I would like). But a lovely little book that provides a window into the fundamental nature of our world for those of us who aren’t current on the scientific and philosophical investigations into the nature of time.
I’m still not sure if I should be surprised that the memory of reading it came after the act of reading it, instead of before. Maybe I’d better read it again.
A book about the umwelten of animals—trying to imagine how creatures of all kinds sense the world. Aristotle’s five senses barely scratch the surface.
This book blew my mind repeatedly.