Leave Some for Seed

Leave Some for Seed The Timeless World Of Maine S Best Loved Sporting Artist, Tom Hennessey, Comes Effortlessly To Life In His Latest Collection, Leave Some For Seed With Words And Pen And Ink Illustrations, Hennessey Renders The Charm, Beauty, And Attraction Of The Outdoorsman S Life With Utmost Grace, While Recounting Tales From His Own Hunting And Fishing Adventures This Is A Book That Will Enthrall Sportsmen And Dog Owners Of All Ages, And For Generations To Come. Reviewer s note This review first appeared in The Maine Edge www.themaineedge.com and is reprinted with permission.Hennessey s book is a treasure Maine has a rich tradition of outdoor sportsman activities, and many people head into the woods year round to partake of them As you read this, there are hunters currently huddled in the woods in bright blaze orange hoping to nab a buck before the season wraps up over the weekend.Tom Hennessey, a Brewer native, avid outdoorsman, writer and artist, has released a new book of essays and artwork Leave Some for Seed 24.95, Islandport Press which encapsulates the varied activities and the joy, serenity and camaraderie that can be found in the outdoors Hennessey captures all of this expertly in his essays, broken down into Hunting, Fishing and Outdoor Living sections He s writing style is accessible for those who may lead a sheltered life, and for those who have a deep and abiding passion for bird, deer and bear hunting, fishing and just getting your hands dirty outside He writes about the successes and failures, skill and mistakes that come with this life It s all so richly flavored you can t help but savor every essay and be thrilled that we have someone like Hennessey who can capture it so completely and get it so right.The book comes complete with 45 pen and ink illustrations by the self taught artist The art brings his essays to

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  • Paperback
  • 136 pages
  • Leave Some for Seed
  • Tom Hennessey
  • 13 June 2019
  • 9781939017321