Exploring nature with your child (1952 ) PDF book; an introduction to the enjoyment and understanding of nature

Exploring nature with your child (1952 ) PDF book; an introduction to the enjoyment and understanding of nature with Illustrations by Dorothy Edwards Shuttlesworth


Exploring nature with your child (1952 )




A delightful and fascinating guide to Nature's ways and wonders, telling you and your child what you should know about flowers, trees, birds, animals (wild and tame), insects, reptiles, fish, the heavens and the weather. With over 100 photographs and drawings.


Here is a unique and fascinating guide to Nature for parents and children. If you have a child aged four to fourteen and want to help him— or yourself— to understand and enjoy the countless wonders of Nature all about you, this exciting book will show you the way quickly, easily, and delightfully. Over 100 true-to-life illustrations by outstanding artists and photographers make Nature's story doubly clear and dramatic throughout.

Cat and dogs friends picture from the book


It doesn't matter what part of Nature appeals to you most— this book takes you out exploring them all, in the park, in the country, at the zoo or museum, or simply by looking at the weather or the skies. It tells you in advance the questions a child will ask and shows you how to answer them so they make sense.

baby feeds bunny

It gives you ideas for trips and excursions, rewarding nature hobbies you can share with your child, and nature stories that children love to hear, and in many other ways furnishes inspiration and incentive for you to form closer bonds with your child through Nature, and enrich both your lives. This book tells you and your child what you should know about animals, tame and wild. From the house cat to the camel, the lamb to the lion, the canary to the eagle, the animals that interest a child are described here —how they behave, what they eat, and their fascinating oddities.

Birds friends picture from the book


You are introduced to the pleasurable hobby of bird watching and told how to recognize birds by their appearance and songs, and how to attract them to your home. You are given interesting information galore to answer such inevitable questions as "How do birds fly?", "Can a squirrel ever find the nuts it buries?", "Can animals talk?", "What is the difference between a rabbit and a hare?", and many, many more. Snakes get their due here. In these pages, your child and you will discover how a snake




Author:
Dorothy Edwards Shuttlesworth

Publication Date: 1952
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