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By: Jo Schofield and Fiona Danks
160 pages, 200 colour photographs
'Utterly joyful!and full of fun', said The Countryman of Nature's Playground. Following that book's success the authors have written a second book that encourages children to enjoy and learn from the natural world through fun - this time for slightly older children.
Go Wild describes a range of outdoor adventures for families to share, including foraging for wild food, the magical excitement of making fires, cooking over the hot coals and making your own shelter. For eight-year-olds through to young teenagers there are tempting alternatives to computers and hanging out: brilliant ideas for having fun that will also help them to learn new skills and give them independence and confidence.
From making a catapult to catching crayfish, creating fire without matches to constructing a tepee, Go Wild is all about thrilling activities, amazing discoveries and kids having the time of their lives in the great outdoors.
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Fiona Danks has a keen interest in natural history and has organized a wide range of environmental activities for children, including taking groups of children on field trips, running countryside playschemes and co-ordinating WATCH, the national environmental club for young people. For more information on how to encourage children to go outdoors, visit Fiona and Jo's website click here Jo Schofield has worked as a stills photographer in Australia and the UK, taking on a broad range of commissions, shooting top hotels in London and wombats on Mount Kosiosko. For more information on how to encourage children to go outdoors, visit Jo and Fiona's website click here
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