Down to Earth (book)

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Down to Earth (1999) is a non-fiction book by Australian author Tim Winton and photographer Richard Woldendorp. The book is a collection of photographs of the Australian landscape, with an accompanying essay by Winton that examines his personal responses to the land.[1]

Down to Earth (2008) another book by the same title is a Canadian literary collection by high school students in Montreal. The book focuses on environmental issues through creative writing. The collection features introductions by Roberta Bondar and Justin Trudeau as well as endorsements from David Suzuki and Robert Bateman. The book was edited and published by multiple-award-winning educator Michael Ernest Sweet.

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  1. ^ Down To Earth: Australian Landscapes