I listened to book 2 first and enjoyed how it was geared to encouraging children to appreciate nature. Book 1 is more for Adults. For me, this book..Show More » was a reminder to appreciate what God has created and not take Nature for granted.
As adults, we get caught up on frivolous things and forget to “stop and smell the roses”. The author gives us some really good tips, ideas and advise on how to inspect & respect nature and never take the Earth for granted. He also challenges us to be more aware of our surroundings and be respectful of the Earth for future generations.
Audio books are tricky because the narrator has the power to make or break the listen. In this case, the narrator did a fabulous job. His pleasant voice was perfect for this type of book.
I would like to thank the author, narrator, or publisher for providing me this audiobook at no cost in exchange for my unbiased review courtesy of Audiobookboom.
I am very furtunate to have parents that always sent us outside to play as a kids. We lived on 12 acres of land so our backyard was my playground. A..Show More »fter listening to this book I realize this generation is missing out on so much of what I took for granted as a child.
This well written book gives tips and advise on how to get children to appreciate and enjoy nature. There are some fun ideas for games that will engage a child's imagination and curiosity. Can't wait to try some of these tips with my nieces and nephews. Oh, and the narration was perfect for this type of genre. ☺
This book is a quick and easy listen but really packs a punch. Give this one a try if you have any little ones in your life that need to explore nature.
I would like to thank the author for giving me this audiobook at no cost through Audiobook Boom in exchange for my unbiased review. ☺