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Book Reviews


See also


  • Alaska Days with John Muir, by S. Hall Young
  • Baptized into Wilderness: A Christian Perspective on John Muir by Richard Cartwright Austin
  • Earth Wisdom: John Muir, Accidental Taoist, Charts Humanity's Only Future on a Changing Planet by Ramond Barnett
  • John Muir by Rod Miller
    • Reviewed by Martin Naparsteck, Salt Lake Tribune (9-24-05) (Defunct Off-site link - check newspaper to read).
  • John Muir: A Reading Bibliography compiled and annotated by William F. Kimes and Maymie B. Kimes
  • John Muir in His Own Words: A Book of Quotations compiled and edited by Peter Browning
  • Letters from Alaska by John Muir , edited by Robert Engberg and Bruce Merrell
  • Letters to a Friend by John Muir
  • My First Summer in the Sierra by John Muir
  • Nature's Beloved Son by Bonnie J. Gisel and Stephen J. Joseph
    • Reviewed by by Jeff Baker The Oregonian, 11/21/08
  • Northwest Passages: From the Pen of John Muir in California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska
  • A Passion for Nature by Donald Worster
    • Reviewed by Philip Seib, The Dallas Morning News, 10/28/08/ (off-site link removed by source)
    • Reviewed by Jon Christensen titled "Revisiting John Muir's legacy" San Francisco Chronicle, 11/2/08 (off-site link removed by source)
    • Reviewed by Jared Farmer, titled "The Great American Pantheist," Science 11/7/08 Vol. 322. no. 5903, pp. 859 - 860. (off-site link removed by source)
    • Reviewed by Dennis Drabelle titled "The inventor whose greatest discovery was the botany all around him."Washington Post, 11/8/08. (off-site link - last accessed 26 March 2022)
    • Reviewed by by Jeff Baker The Oregonian, 11/21/08 (off-site link removed by source)
    • Reviewed by Michael P. Branch titled "John O'Mountains" American Scientist Nov-Dec. 2008, Volume 96, Number 6, Page: 504. (off-site link)
    • Reviewed by Douglas Brinkley "John Muir treated the natural world as a cathedral of worship, and, when necessary, he used Old Testament fury to protect it." Los Angeles Times 11/30/08. (off-site link last accessed 26 March 22)
    • Reviewed by Dan Cryer, titled "Where the Wild things Were," Boston Globe (December 14, 2008) (Off-site link removed by source)
    • Reviewed by Mark Cocker, titled "Mountain Man" The Guardian (January 10, 2009) (off-site link last accessed 26 March 2022)
  • Stickeen by John Muir
  • The Story of My Boyhood and Youth by John Muir
  • Travels in Alaska by John Muir
  • The Wilderness World of John Muir, Edited by Edwin Way Teale
  • The Writings of John Muir (10-volume set) (1916-1924)
  • The Yosemite , by John Muir, photographs by Galen Rowell Return to Bibliographic Resources


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