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I love the outdoors and sharing it with my kids, and I loved Richard Louv's book Last Child in the Woods.
The reason why is it not good for children over ten is that some of the activities are too babyish for older kids (go play in a puddle etc.).
It is too basic; I feel like almost everything (or perhaps everything) mentioned in the book is common sense.
The activities are actually activities that I would do with my children. I find most resources like this are filled with things we'll never actually do. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Stilson
I was satisfied all the way around. This book is a classic. I enjoyed the book and the effort to get it here safely. Cool Read.Published 13 months ago by Lionel Grant
We gave this book to a little one whose Grandmother caught him eating dirt - thought this book with great activities would be better than eating dirt.Published 15 months ago by Patricia Przebieglec
Bought this book for me and my granddaughter. To teach her about nature and to explore what's under her feet. What's in Grandmas garden. Alot of great projects. Read morePublished 16 months ago by moviebuff
As the title suggests, this books provides 52 project ideas to introduce children to nature.
The description does mention the projects are "open-ended", but to me, I... Read more
It is too basic; I feel like almost everything (or perhaps everything) mentioned in the book is common sense. Read morePublished on February 26, 2011 by N. Tran
The demeanor of the child on the cover of this book reminded me of the determined walk of my granddaughter. Read morePublished on January 15, 2011 by Puterdame
I love the look and feel of this book in your hand. I also love the idea, but I haven't found the activities to be new and fun for my kids. Read morePublished on December 22, 2010 by Fred