The book provides readers with a unique, eclectic view of Earth's calendar: - February 12--"Today is one of several festival days throughout the year that are devoted to Diana, the Roman goddess of the forests and the hunt. Ancient myths told of pilgrims who, wandering in the woods, came across the naked goddess. In retribution over her embarrassment, she changed them into forest creatures."- February 17--"On this day in 1917 a street in Baltimore was the first anywhere to be lit with gas. This was the beginning of a curse for astronomers, who would come to revile city lights for interfering with their telescopes."- October 9--"Camille Saint-Saens, the French composer, was born on this day in 1835. A lover of the natural world, he created the collection of short pieces entitled. 'Carnival of the Animals.' Among its themes are The Lion, The Swan, The Aquarium, The Donkeys, The Tortoise, and even Fossils."- A 365-meditation daybook with readings that correspond to the natural cycle of the seasons.- Filled with fun and interesting facts about important people, holidays, historical events, and happenings--all related to nature.- Nelson's Earth-centered spirituality appeals to nature lovers, environmentalists, pagans, and general readers alike.Nelson, Brian is the author of 'Earth Bound Daily Meditations for All Seasons', published 2004 under ISBN 9781558964655 and ISBN 1558964657.