9 Books To Inspire Outdoor Fun for Your Family

from Wildlife Promise

Sense of WonderA bird singing, a cool breeze, a magnificent sunset: most of the time you don’t need convincing that outdoor time is good you and your family.

But sometimes it’s nice to dig a little deeper and explore the research that supports the idea. Check out these books that give inspiration and tools to make connecting with nature a part of the everyday:

  1. Last Child in the Woods by Richard Louv
  2. Secret Spaces of Childhood by Elizabeth N. Goodenough (Editor)
  3. Sharing Nature with Children by Joseph Cornell
  4. Children and Nature: Psychological, Sociocultural, and Evolutionary Investigations by Peter H., Jr. Kahn (Editor) & Stephen R. Kellert (Editor)
  5. The Sense of Wonder by Rachel Carson
  6. The Geography of Childhood by Gary Paul Nabhan and Stephen Trimble
  7. Beyond Ecophobia by David Sobel
  8. I Love Dirt! by Jennifer Ward
  9. Let’s Go Outside by Jennifer Ward