7 reasons why you should absolutely read : How to raise a wild child
Ivy, ducks, pine cones, dandelions, ponies and dogs on the one hand, baobab and polar bears on the other, all of them arouse curiosity, participate in our sense of well-being and can pique the interest of our children at least until they become adolescents ! And then, more elaborate outdoor activities can really enhance their love for nature.
Do you live in the city ? It doesn’t matter ! Scott D. SAMPSON shares his secrets for “bringing nature into your home“, including in the city.
Here are 7 good reasons to put “How to raise a wild child” on your bookshelf:
So, to prevent your children or grandchildren becoming disconnected from nature once they go back to school, we strongly recommend reading and rereading How to raise a wild child. You will definitely get inspired…
Here are a few of our favorite quotes from the book:
“We have about one generation (some say less, some say more) to make profound changes and set ourselves on a sustainable course”
” Nature connection thrives alongside people connection”
“Being an effective (nature) mentor means becoming a co-conspirator, a fellow explorer, a chaser of clues”
“Knowledge is at its best when it passes though are heads and our hearts”
And so much more to discover !