Discovering Nature With Young People: An Annotated Bibliography And Selection Guide

Hardcover | October 1, 1987

byCarolyn M. Johnson

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"Discovering Nature with Young People . . . is a potpourri of materials geared to helping young people aged eight to 16 understand and appreciate nature. Entries cover fiction and nonfiction of all genres and in all formats: articles, books, plays, poetry, reference works, activity guides, field-trip handbooks, films, videotapes, sound recordings, and computer programs. Also listed are games, kits, activity books, puzzles, clubs and organizations, and places to visit." American Libraries

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"Discovering Nature with Young People . . . is a potpourri of materials geared to helping young people aged eight to 16 understand and appreciate nature. Entries cover fiction and nonfiction of all genres and in all formats: articles, books, plays, poetry, reference works, activity guides, field-trip handbooks, films, videotapes, sound...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:513 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:October 1, 1987Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313238235

ISBN - 13:9780313238239

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?This book has everything on where to find something on outdoor education, fulfilling every librarian's dream of the perfect reference book. I've worked in both libraries and outdoor education for the past 15 years and am impressed -- it includes not just books and films, but plays, poetry, special days, program guides, and religious interpretation of nature. Each listing gives author, title, date of publication, publishers, recommended ages of interest, and a brief annotation of the item.?-The Book Report