One of a series (the Earth Bible Project) which seeks to add the hitherto neglected `Voice of Earth' to the more familiar biblical narratives (the story of God and the story of humanity) and points out that just as God `speaks' differently from humans so the Earth `speaks' differently from both, with evidence from an African-South African feminist (Madipoane Masenya) on Psalm 127: 3-5 with support from Australian indigenous sources. Criticism of Western dualism is never far below the surface. Labelling Psalm 104 as `a creation psalm', for example, is allegedly one instance of the damage it has done, some of which may be redressed by an understanding of Earth as perceived in Polynesian and Melanesian cultures and also by an African perspective on the value of custodianship. with a plea for a re-reading of the psalm relating its values to new, ecologically sound scientific methods. `When we take care of Earth it takes care of us.' Warmly recommended and opening further a new dimension in reading and understanding the Bible.