Are you Reading Beyond the Beaten Path this summer? Check out these books on having fun in the great outdoors!
Children will see the natural world around them with brand new eyes, as they learn to follow its signs, hear its language, and understand its secrets. Written by expert environmental educator Devin Franklin, kids aged 8 to 13 will build their own relationship with nature through finding a “Sit Spot” — an outdoor space in the backyard, in a field or in the woods, in a vacant lot or a city park — where they can stop, observe, and become familiar with the flora and fauna that live there.
Go Wild series
Learn how to be a Survivor, Tracker, Explorer and Adventurer in this four part series.
Get Outside series
This series covers outdoor activities in all four seasons plus how to be an animal tracker and how to make a nature sculpture.
Busting Boredom in the Great Outdoors
Feeling outdoorsy? Get ready to bust boredom with nature and the world outside! Learn how to whip up sidewalk chalk spray paint, go on a photo safari, build giant lawn games, and much more. With clear instructions and helpful photos, busting boredom in the great outdoors has never been more fun