Paul Molyneaux

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A Child's Walk in the Wilderness (Hardcover)

The story of an eight-year-old boy who, as his family begins to disintegrate, asks his father if they can hike the Appalachian Trail.
The father says yes, and they step into an adventure that tries the spirit and the body. But in the end they pull it off and strenghten the bonds that hold them all together. 

 Biography: Paul Molyneaux is the author of The Doryman's Reflection: A Fisherman's Life; Swimming in Circles: Aquaculture and the End of Wild Oceans; and A Child's Walk in the Wilderness. He has written about commercial fishing for the New York Times and other publications, and won a 2007 Guggenheim Fellowship to study sustainable fisheries in India, Chile, and Iceland. He and his family live in Maine and Mexico.

 The Doryman's Reflection: A Fisherman's Life

$14.99 (Paperback)

A vivid and personal account of the decline of New England's fisheries. Paul Molyneaux describes his entry into the fishing industry and his years with Bernard Raynes, a humble man who, coming from eleven generations in the fishing business,built a 60 food schooner in his backyard and took it out to Georges Bank to hunt swordfish. The time were against Bernard. His story is but one of many similar stories of decline up and down the coasts of the US and the world. 

 Swimming in Circles: Aquaculture and the End of Wild Oceans

$15.99  (Paperback)

A travelogue through the world of global aquaculture from the board rooms of the multinationals to the bays and lagoons where America's shrimp and salmon are grown. An expose originally published in 2007, the information remains current, and most of Paul Molyneaux's predictions of the trajectory of salmon farming and shrimp farming have come true.