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When you're done with the book (it's a quick read of just a few hours), you will want to know more.
The author is so very supportive of her children that one does not doubt that Alex will deftly overcome the inevitable sexism she will face throughout her life.
When Herr's 5 year old daughter Alex fell in love with hiking, mother and daughter set a goal to hike all of New Hampshire's 4000 ft peaks.
This brave account of hiking with your daughter was a very moving. Thanks for sharing it with us all. I liked how you and your daughter strengthened each other on this journey. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Judy Grandle
Amazing adventure in mountain climbing with a five year old child. Small children can make good decisions if given the chance.Published 1 month ago by Judy Gitchel
It is good to hear of girls/women doing what they love no matter what others say. The bonding between mother and daughters during such adventures I'll be invaluable later.Published 1 month ago by Bernadine Eaton
Awesome story of a mom and her tiny 5 year old daughter who hike New Hampshire's 48 highest peaks together. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Candace Haroldsen
I stumbled upon this book as I was researching hiking in nh. Although my daughter is still small I intend to begin hiking with her (in a specially designed pack) this summer;... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Brady17
A beautiful journey of women empowerment. The reader feels like they are hiking the trails with the reader. Well written.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
As a stay at home mother to a very determined and nature-loving preschool daughter this lovely memoir was such a fantastic read. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Heatherbee
I wanted to like this book. The idea behind this book, was a good one. A mother- daughter peak bagging adventure. Why not? Read morePublished 7 months ago by K. Jensen