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The Geography of Childhood (The Concord Library)

by Gary Paul Nabhan

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What may happen now that so many more children are denied exposure to wilderness than at any other time in human history?
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"Gary Paul Nabhan is a first-generation Lebanese American. [He] is an Agricultural Ecologist, Ethnobotanist, Ecumenical Franciscan Brother and author whose work has focused primarily on the plants and cultures of the desert Southwest." Source: www.wikipedia.com Stephen Trimble teaches writing in the Honors College and Environmental Humanities program at the University of Utah. . .[He has] a distinctive voice as a humanities-based naturalist. . ." Source: www.steventrimble.net/bio
Robert Michael Pyle, author of 'The Thunder Tree,' wrote of this work, saying, ". . .a ditch somewhere--or a creek, meadow, woodlot, or marsh. . .These places of initiation, where the borders between ourselves and other creatures break down, where the earth gets under our nails and a sense of place gets under our skin. . .Everybody has a ditch, or ought to. For only the ditches and the fields, the woods, the ravines--can teach us to care enough for all the land."
  uufnn | Sep 5, 2018 |
Collection of essays. My favorite was Learning Herps . . . but enjoyed them all. ( )
  beckydj | Mar 31, 2013 |
why children need wild places

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  aletheia21 | Jun 3, 2007 |
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