In which SustainaMom spreads wanderlust among the children….
Santa Claus brought my son a real-life adventure book this past Christmas. My son is 4, so he tossed it aside and went for the toys with wheels, but I think this book holds a great deal of promise for us over the next 7 years….
When I first opened the book to a suggestion that we visit a landfill, I thought that many GPB readers would love the ideas in this book as much as I do!
The book is unique in that it suggests types of places to visit. Examples that are particularly appealing to green parents include a migration path, a working farm or a wind farm. (Other suggested sites relate to arts, science, history and sports.)
Interestingly, #37 is a farmers’ market and #60 is a first-rate secondhand store.
The book includes interesting talking points as well as suggestions for finding local spots. The last 20 pages of the book feature lists of specific places across North America to correspond with some of the 101 suggestions.
If you’re dreading the “I’m bored!” chorus this summer or feel uninspired when it comes to exploring with your kiddos, check out the ideas in this book.
What one type of place would you put on the must-see list for kids?
Disclaimer & Credit: I do not know Joanne O’Sullivan. I have not received any incentive to write this blog post. Santa Claus brought this book to our house with no conditions attached to its delivery. I did, however, first read about this book in a post at Field Trips with Sue & I’m grateful that Sue shared the info with her readers!