Shaun Taylor-Corbett's decision to narrate these personal stories in a straightforward, thoughtful yet intimate manner enhances these testimonies, reflections, and sketches of Native American attitudes on the climate crisis. His intelligent style works well. As he performs in a calm, conversational tone, his voice is attuned to the nuanced calls for action that the many contributors to this audiobook spell out. While criticism recurs for the historical treatment of First Nations--genocide, Native peoples' displacement, the reservation school systems created to destroy traditional culture--there's also some optimism that the hyperactive, tech-addicted, consumer-driven culture of the West can learn from TEK (tribal environmental knowledge) and the ways of earth stewardship of Indigenous peoples. This audiobook provides hope and deserves a broad listening audience. A.D.M. © AudioFile 2022, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 2022]
Trade Ed. Blackstone Audio 2022
CD ISBN 9798212006729 $46.95 Twelve CDs
MP3-CD ISBN 9798212006736 $31.95 Two MP3-CDs
DD ISBN 9798212006774 $22.95
Library Ed. Blackstone Audio 2022
CD ISBN 9798212006712 $125.00 Twelve CDs
DD ISBN 9798212006767 $69.95
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