Let's Be Reasonable by Joel SartoreLet's Be Reasonable by Joel Sartore

Let's Be Reasonable

byJoel Sartore

Hardcover | September 1, 2011

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Joel Sartore has spent twenty years taking pictures for National Geographic magazine and has been a contributor to CBS News Sunday Morning since 2005, harmonizing words and images on topics ranging from mud to money, holiday trash to cancer. His fresh insights and engaging warmth and wit—accompanied by extraordinary photographs—provide a sensory experience that draws readers into one fascinatingly different world after another.
Let’s Be Reasonable collects Sartore’s pieces—some aired on Sunday Morning, some never before published—pairing each story with the award-winning photography for which he is known. Assignments from the Amazon to Alaska, from wildlife refuges to state fairs have given Sartore a remarkable breadth of experience that is captured for the first time in this irresistible book.
Joel Sartore has been a contributing photographer for National Geographic magazine since 1991. His articles have covered endangered species, America’s wildlife refuges, and U.S. federal lands, and include features on several states. His work has also appeared in Audubon, Life, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, Time, and dozens of books. Sa...
Title:Let's Be ReasonableFormat:HardcoverDimensions:152 pages, 5.76 × 8.32 × 0.75 inPublished:September 1, 2011Publisher:UNP - NebraskaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0803235062

ISBN - 13:9780803235069

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Table of Contents

[no toc - 19 unnumbered chapters]

Editorial Reviews

"For this collection of essays and images, photojournalist Santore drew on various subjects encountered in his travels on assignment for CBS Sunday Morning and National Geographic magazine. By turns quirky, candid, whimsical and moving, they cover a wide range of topics, including endangered species, the power of laughter, state-fair food, mud, money, conspicuous consumption, and his own life and family at home in Nebraska."—Neil Pond, American Profile - Neil Pond - American Profile - 20110905