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A State of Change: Forgotten Landscapes of California: 03/05/14
A State of Change: Forgotten Landscapes of California by Laura Cunningham is a gem of a book that defies easy classification. It is a folio that is part art book (modern day California school), part memoir (of growing up in the Bay Area), and part ecology book (about what California probably looked like centuries earlier).
The book — both painting and text — represents years of careful study and work. While the book doesn't cover all of California, what it does, is done lovingly and in depth. For nature lovers living in the Bay Area, A State of Change should be a must have title.