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New P.L.A.Y. title available <HERE>!
The Adventures of Paddy the Beaver (Annotated) by Karen L. Willard
This new nature activity story book will provide hours of read aloud or independent reading enjoyment for kids and adults alike as you discover all about the habits of beavers in a New England setting wrapped in a fun-filled adventure spanning one year and all four seasons.
Rediscover this 100+ year old story and characters by Thornton Burgess in this new updated edition with language for the 21st century family modeling loving kindness and opportunities for the woodland characters to practice mindfulness as they go about their days.
From building his home and storing foods to engaging with new friends in the Green Forest and leaving a tail trail in the winter snow Paddy the Beaver has plenty of adventures just waiting to be shared with you. ❤
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- Each chapter has illustration boxes to be completed by the reader.
- Curious Questions and P.L.A.Y. Photos provide opportunities for family discussions and further playful investigations.
- Tree themed coloring and nature journaling pages to share your creative view of the natural world.
- Recommended Resources suggesting both picture and chapter books for your P.L.A.Y. adventures.
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Time to get ready to P.L.A.Y. throughout the WINTER season!
This is a P.L.A.Y.-filled nature guide, with open-ended activities and a fun alliteration twist, encouraging kids and families to explore and connect to the great outdoors daily throughout the winter season.
Each of the 90+ pages provides a new adventure prompt for play-and-seek in nature and a place to capture the memories of these magical moments by drawing, writing, and creatively expressing yourself in this book.
The matching daily blog pages found on this website provide support and inspiration for your seasonal outings including stories about the very curious Capkins who add charm and creativity to every opportunity taken to walk in wonder.
This book is designed specifically for the months of December, January, and February with access to ice and snow recommended.
Visiting a field or forest, a meadow or mountain, a brook or your own backyard with this book you are provided the opportunity to get curious, embrace the simple gift of spending time outdoors, and to foster a daily habit of P.L.A.Y. and connection with your own true nature.
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