Author : Angela A. Andrews
Publisher : SPOIO Publishing
ISBN 13 : 9780615281599
Total Pages : 90 pages
Book Rating : 4.8/5 (159 download)
The Adventures Of The Nature Family
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Download or read book The Adventures of the Nature Family written by Angela A. Andrews and published by SPOIO Publishing. This book was released on 2009-03 with total page 90 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The beautiful Australian coastline and the unique marine life of the Great Barrier Reef are the backdrop to this charming story of an Australian family that loves nature and animals. You will be captivated by the lush descriptions of exotic uninhabited islands and the adventures that ensue. You will laugh, you will cry, and you will smile as the Nature Family takes you on a journey to places you've never been to before.
Download or read book 100 Days of Adventure written by Greta Eskridge and published by Tommy Nelson. This book was released on 2022-05-03 with total page 209 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Turn off the screen and turn on the creativity as second-generation homeschooling mom Greta Eskridge shares 100 hands-on learning activities for kids that will connect and enrich your family through adventures, small and big. Have a meteor slumber party, attend a symphony concert, take a hike in the rain, preserve colorful fall leaves, and make nettle pesto as children explore a love of nature and venture into the great, wide, real world. From backyard bugs to farmer's market veggies, children will unplug from electronics; explore the world; and learn about nature, art, music, and themselves through STEAM projects and new experiences. 100 Days of Adventure will spark curiosity in 6- to 10-year-olds with Indoor and outdoor seasonal activities, projects, experiments, crafts, recipes, and field trips Free and low-cost activities, with options for different kinds of groups and locations Step-by-step directions, nature journal prompts, tips, and checklists Beautiful photos and helpful illustrations Children can bond with parents and siblings, learn new skills with individual investigations, or explore with friends in an educational or homeschool group with this full-color activity book. Also included is a note to parents with encouraging start-here guidance on growing a family culture of curiosity and adventure. Whether your family is looking for fun activities for school breaks at home, road trip vacations, or everyday ways to learn together, this collection of interactive educational activities will help your kids get creative, get into nature, and get closer to each other. Don't miss Greta's essential guide for parents on building a connected and loving family through exploration, Adventuring Together: How to Create Connections and Make Lasting Memories with Your Kids.
Download or read book Adventures in Nature written by Dawn Nelson and published by The History Press. This book was released on 2021-07-16 with total page 222 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Through a mixture of original stories and traditional tales, Adventures in Nature offers an abundance of ways for families to connect with the earth. As our ancestors did before us, the book follows the seasons contained in the 'Wheel Of The Year', with each entry focusing on a story that brings us closer to the natural world, accompanied by simple craft projects, activities and mindful moments. In our busy, modern lives we have become increasingly disconnected from the world around us, and stories are an age-old way of re-establishing that link, nurturing a love for the environment and embedding awareness and respect for the planet within our culture. This book allows you to discover your very own adventures in nature through story.
Download or read book 100 Family Adventures written by Tim Meek and published by Quarto Publishing Group USA. This book was released on 2015-03-05 with total page 351 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: From “the adventure ambassadors our current generation of cotton-wood kids urgently need,” an outdoor activity guide to keep kids happy and healthy (Daily Telegraph). Adventure is out there—you just have to go and find it! Childhood obesity is increasing year on year. Happiness and well-being levels in children are on the decline too. Children spend less time outside and more time in front of screens: computers, phones, games, television. 100 Family Adventures provides a valuable resource bank of tried and tested outdoor activities to enjoy with children, swapping “screen time” for “green time.” Particularly inspiring for people who want to get started, but don’t know how, the book shows how any family can enjoy time together outdoors. Activities are grouped into themes: Woodland, Water, Close to Home, Hills and Mountains, Exploring, By the Sea, Extreme Weather. Within each section is a range in difficulty, from making a rope swing to scrambling up a stream, from spending a day without electricity to going on a charity bike ride, from exploring a rockpool to camping on an uninhabited island. Packed with inspiring photos, sensible but enthusiastic instructions from parents Tim and Kerry combine with remarks and advice (and jokes!) from children Amy and Ella.
Download or read book Family Adventures in Asia written by Susie Johnson and published by Susie Johnson. This book was released on 2023-04-28 with total page 53 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "Family Adventures in Asia: Kid-Friendly Activities and Destinations" is a captivating travel guidebook that opens up a world of exploration for families seeking unforgettable experiences in Asia. With an expertly crafted blend of wanderlust and practicality, this book is your ultimate companion for planning remarkable journeys that cater to both parents and children. Embark on a journey of discovery as you delve into the vibrant pages of this guide. From bustling cities to serene landscapes, this book unveils a curated selection of destinations that promise to captivate the imaginations of young and old alike. Immerse your family in rich cultural encounters, as you traverse through diverse traditions, mouthwatering cuisines, and awe-inspiring historical sites. What truly sets this guide apart is its dedication to ensuring every adventure is truly family-friendly. Thoughtfully outlined are a myriad of activities tailored to engage and entertain children, transforming each trip into an educational and memorable experience. From interactive museum exhibits to outdoor escapades, this guidebook offers a treasure trove of ideas to keep young explorers enthralled throughout the journey. Navigating the complexities of family travel is made effortless with the inclusion of practical tips and insider insights. Find valuable advice on accommodation options that cater to families, transportation strategies that streamline your journey, and suggestions for optimizing travel itineraries to minimize stress and maximize enjoyment. Whether you're seasoned adventurers or embarking on your first family trip to Asia, "Family Adventures in Asia: Kid-Friendly Activities and Destinations" equips you with the tools to craft enchanting memories that will be cherished for a lifetime. Let this guidebook be your compass as you navigate the rich tapestry of Asia with your loved ones, creating bonds and stories that transcend borders and generations.
Download or read book THE ADVENTURES OF THE WILDERNESS FAMILY. written by and published by . This book was released on 2003 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Skip Robinson and his wife Pat along with there children, Jenny and Toby, begin an incredible encounter with nature.
Download or read book Seattle Family Adventures written by Kate Calamusa and published by Sasquatch Books. This book was released on 2017-04-18 with total page 304 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Get the inside scoop on the best family-friendly outings, activities, attractions, and day trips in the greater Seattle area in one comprehensive, portable guide. The Family Adventures guides are must-haves for local parents and visitors, as well as babysitters and other family members who want to explore Portland, Seattle, and the surrounding areas with kids. These go-to guides offer comprehensive ideas and listings appropriate for a wide array of ages, from babies and toddlers to young teens. Activities range from exploring children’s museums and other hands-on creative destinations to hiking, swimming, and ziplining, as well as visiting libraries, zoos, playgrounds, and much more, including where to find the best ice cream! Bursting with relevant, reliable information and tips, as well as itineraries for one day or more, these guides will take the place of hours of tedious online research. Instead you’ll find everything you need to know in one book that you can also pop into a bag or stroller and bring along with you. Whether you unexpectedly have a couple of free hours or want to plan a weekend away, grab a Family Adventures guide and make some amazing memories with your kids!
Download or read book Wild Adventures round the Pole written by Gordon Stables and published by Litres. This book was released on 2017-09-05 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Download or read book Nature Wars written by Jim Sterba and published by Crown. This book was released on 2012-11-13 with total page 368 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This may be hard to believe but it is very likely that more people live in closer proximity to more wild animals, birds and trees in the eastern United States today than anywhere on the planet at any time in history. For nature lovers, this should be wonderful news -- unless, perhaps, you are one of more than 4,000 drivers who will hit a deer today, your child’s soccer field is carpeted with goose droppings, coyotes are killing your pets, the neighbor’s cat has turned your bird feeder into a fast-food outlet, wild turkeys have eaten your newly-planted seed corn, beavers have flooded your driveway, or bears are looting your garbage cans. For 400 years, explorers, traders, and settlers plundered North American wildlife and forests in an escalating rampage that culminated in the late 19th century’s “era of extermination.” By 1900, populations of many wild animals and birds had been reduced to isolated remnants or threatened with extinction, and worry mounted that we were running out of trees. Then, in the 20th century, an incredible turnaround took place. Conservationists outlawed commercial hunting, created wildlife sanctuaries, transplanted isolated species to restored habitats and imposed regulations on hunters and trappers. Over decades, they slowly nursed many wild populations back to health. But after the Second World War something happened that conservationists hadn’t foreseen: sprawl. People moved first into suburbs on urban edges, and then kept moving out across a landscape once occupied by family farms. By 2000, a majority of Americans lived in neither cities nor country but in that vast in-between. Much of sprawl has plenty of trees and its human residents offer up more and better amenities than many wild creatures can find in the wild: plenty of food, water, hiding places, and protection from predators with guns. The result is a mix of people and wildlife that should be an animal-lover’s dream-come-true but often turns into a sprawl-dweller’s nightmare. Nature Wars offers an eye-opening look at how Americans lost touch with the natural landscape, spending 90 percent of their time indoors where nature arrives via television, films and digital screens in which wild creatures often behave like people or cuddly pets. All the while our well-meaning efforts to protect animals allowed wild populations to burgeon out of control, causing damage costing billions, degrading ecosystems, and touching off disputes that polarized communities, setting neighbor against neighbor. Deeply researched, eloquently written, counterintuitive and often humorous Nature Wars will be the definitive book on how we created this unintended mess.
Download or read book Amazing Family Adventures written by Jen and Sim Benson and published by National Trust. This book was released on 2017-04-13 with total page 317 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Whether orienteering, building dens or making a house for a hedgehog, this guide is the ideal way for all the family to interact with wildlife and nature and find adventures in wild places. The book begins with easy and approachable adventures perfect for families with younger kids, such as foraging and fossil hunting, and progresses into more challenging adventures, such as wild swimming, surfing and wilderness survival. The adventures range from an afternoon trip to the farm to camping excursions, so can be used for spontaneous half-term day trips or for summer holiday ideas. Each activity comes with suggestions of National Trust places to visit for the adventure, and the ideas take in woodland, beaches, mountains and parks. The book is packed with handy hints, fun facts and step-by-step guides to activities such as making your own raft and building a bug hotel. Whether you are watching the sunrise, mountain biking or kite flying, this guide is packed with ideas for getting all the family outdoors and exploring in all weathers and all seasons.
Download or read book Amazing Adventures of a Heart Surgeon written by Domingo Liotta and published by iUniverse. This book was released on 2007-03-25 with total page 316 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The startling originality of Amazing Adventures of a Heart Surgeon is intrinsically imbued in its focus on historical ethics and esthetic theories. Author and cardiovascular surgeon Domingo Liotta provides a penetrating interpretation from the first millennium BC, considered a major mystery to the world, to modern science. He also discusses the early conception of cardiovascular system, the oxygenation of tissues, the mysterious medical power of shamanism, Taoism, Ugarit, the mythic lost city. It is in this unique melding of Science and humanism that Liotta vehemently intends the definition of a good medical doctor-while recounting the story of his remarkable life. These lectures portray Liotta's dedication in search of the hearts of studious and meditative youths reluctant to change their tools of comprehension and the strategies for mastering difficult-to-understand topics. Thus, Liotta's interests extend from pure science to many adjoining fields-such as philosophy, philology, theology, and education. He shares his knowledge of modern scientific results and his enormous historical information to help rescue his bewildered students. In a collaborative endeavor between science and humanities, Amazing Adventures of a Heart Surgeon reflects Liotta's marvelous adventure to develop the first totally artificial heart and its clinical application-the first in the history of mankind-in his tireless fight for human life.
Download or read book Chrysal or the adventures of a Guinea written by Charles Johnstone and published by . This book was released on 1797 with total page 272 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Download or read book Portland Family Adventures written by Jen Stevenson and published by Sasquatch Books. This book was released on 2017-04-18 with total page 304 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Discover Portland’s best family-friendly outings, activities, attractions, and day trips in this complete, portable guide to family fun. The Family Adventures guides are must-haves for local parents and visitors, as well as babysitters and other family members who want to explore Portland, Seattle, and the surrounding areas with kids. These go-to guides offer comprehensive ideas and listings appropriate for a wide array of ages, from babies and toddlers to young teens. Activities range from exploring children’s museums and other hands-on creative destinations to hiking, swimming, and ziplining, as well as visiting libraries, zoos, playgrounds, and much more, including where to find the best ice cream! Bursting with relevant, reliable information and tips, as well as itineraries for one day or more, these guides will take the place of hours of tedious online research. Instead you’ll find everything you need to know in one book that you can also pop into a bag or stroller and bring along with you. Whether you unexpectedly have a couple of free hours or want to plan a weekend away, grab a Family Adventures guide and make some amazing memories with your kids!
Download or read book The Adventures of Bubba Jones written by Jeff Alt and published by Beaufort Books. This book was released on 2015-08-11 with total page 135 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Tommy "Bubba Jones" and his sister Jenny "Hug-a-Bug" learn more about the Great Smoky Mountain National Park than they ever thought they would when Papa Lewis lets them in on a family secret: The family has legendary time traveling skills! With these abilities, Bubba Jones and Hug-a-Bug travel back in time and meet the park’s founders, its earliest settlers, native Cherokee Indians, wild animals, extinct creatures, and what the park was like millions of years ago. With this time traveling ability also comes a family mystery, but the only person who can help solve the mystery is a long lost relative who lives somewhere in the park. Explore the Smokies with Bubba Jones and family in a whole new way.
Download or read book The Down and Dirty Guide to Camping with Kids written by Helen Olsson and published by Shambhala Publications. This book was released on 2012-04-17 with total page 276 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Plan your family camping adventure! Whether you’re a first-time camper or a veteran backpacker befuddled by the challenges of carting a brood—and all the requisite gear—into the great outdoors, here you’ll find all the tips and tools you need to plan the perfect nature adventure with your family. Humorous and irreverent, yet always authoritative, this guide to camping with kids, from babies through pre-teens, is filled with checklists, smart tips, recipes, games, activities, and art projects. Helen Olsson, a seasoned camper and mother of three, shares lessons learned over the years of nature outings with her own family. Learn the basics of family camping, from choosing a destination and packing gear to setting up a campsite and keeping little ones safe. Create the perfect camp menu with simple and tasty recipe ideas. Discover foolproof tips and tactics for keeping kids happy and entertained while hiking. Explore nature through clever and creative camp arts and craft projects. This guide is your game plan to unplugging from the digital world and connecting your kids to nature. Whether it’s roasting marshmallows around a crackling campfire or stretching out on a camp mat to gaze at the stars, the memories you’ll be making will last a lifetime.
Download or read book The Creative Family Manifesto written by Amanda Blake Soule and published by Shambhala Publications. This book was released on 2017-10-10 with total page 160 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Timeless advice on the importance of imaginative and creative play updated for a new generation of parents. Embrace family life with creativity at its heart. The Creative Family Manifesto is a guide to using the simple tools around you—your imagination, basic art supplies, household objects, and natural materials—to relax, play, and grow together as a family. When you learn to awaken your family’s creativity, wonderful things will happen: you’ll make meaningful connections with your children, your children’s imaginations will flourish, and you’ll learn to express love and gratitude for each other. This book is just what you need to get started. Released on its ten year anniversary, this revised and updated edition of The Creative Family, carries on Amanda Soule’s thoughtful perspectives on parenting.
Download or read book The Adventures of Bum and Carey Bear written by Robert E. Perron and published by AuthorHouse. This book was released on 2001-11-09 with total page 48 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This story begins in the little Canadian backwoods village of Bearsville. A blessed event occurs, when a polar bear cub, Baby Bum, is born to the 'Bear Family' on Christmas Day. Happiness abounds, but tragedy strikes a blow when his beloved father, Gruff, dies in the dreadful jaws of a bear trap. Mother Bear cannot mend his broken heart and is inspired to adopt a red-eyed cub (Carey Bear) to share his unbearable grief. Bonding as friends and brothers, they dream of grand adventures in faraway lands. Daring their dreams, our young heroes venture into strange places and meet new friends and scary foes. Entering the frozen realm of an awesome wicked wizard, (Blitzzard), they battle for their lives in a humongous blizzard. Hopelessly lost, they wish upon a star and are rescued by a Magic Rainbow Goddess, (Iris). Entering a forbidding Forest, (Bearswoods), they encounter a knightly hood, 'Sir Robbin Bear'. Trading heroic tales, Robbin honors them in a forest feast. Chased by a fierce raptor, 'Talons the Golden Eagle', the heroic brothers, dashing to Mother Bear, return to honor and glory in a grand celebration and triumphant presentation. The story ends with the joy and wonder of Christmas. 'The Adventures of Bum and Carey Bear' will surely delight the hearts and imaginations of children around the world. It is wonderful and inspiring reading for the entire family.