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Forest Club: A Year of Activities, Crafts, and Exploring Nature

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It's time to rewild the child!  This book of outdoor activities, crafts, nature information, and inspiration ties into the burgeoning interest in forest schools and "rewilding the child," with the aim of reconnecting children to nature and the outdoors. The book is divided by season, providing a year-round resource for families. While all crafts and activities are designed ...more
Hardcover, 96 pages
Expected publication: June 18th 2019 by words & pictures
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Etienne
May 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
Another of those books presenting the outdoors (trees, leafs, animals, various habitats, fruits, shelter, and so many more) and activities to do in parallel of those learning/informative elements. I like the fact that this one was separated by seasons, I also really like the mixed of illustrations but also pictures and the overall organization/presentation of the book. Nothing very original, it has a lot of them out there, but this one is a good one and a well done one.
Mehsi
I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.

I always have soft spot for these nature + activity books. I know that back when I was a kid I was very adventurous, always looking for something and these books would have been perfect for me when I was a kid.

This book lists all sorts of things you can encounter in nature. From forests and leaves to creepy crawlers (I know the book calls them mini-beasts, but I am just not a fan of insects, just a few are on my list of I wouldn
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Stephanie Mendoza
May 21, 2019 rated it liked it
This is an informative and interactive book. It provides information bout the forest, its flora and fauna, and activities that can be done with things readily available. The book is divided by season, which is quite unique. Not only does it have activities that are simple to achieve. It provides children with an opportunity to go outside and have fun with nature. As far as aesthetics go the illustrations are bright and catchy. the diagrams are easy to understand. All the activities give a list o ...more
Karissa Fast
May 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Not only is this an incredible education resource about forest ecosystems, it's fun and cute. Kids aged 4 - 8 will enjoy the activities outlined and the simple, bright illustrations. The information is basic enough for this age range, but detailed enough to challenge them. It is shorter than I expected, only 49 pages, but I like the length. Kids will learn how to identify trees, appropriately observe nature, and even build a shelter in the forest.

The book is divided into seasons. It would make
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Elizabeth
May 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kids-books
This is such a great book for young kids. It is broken into sections based on season and each season has pages full of facts specific to that season as well as activities to do that reiterate the information in the previous pages. The information is broken up into short paragraphs of facts with photos and illustrations so it's easy for an older kid to read independently or for an adult to read just certain facts. The information didn't seem too grown up but was unique enough that the parents wil ...more
Becky
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