Just a quick recap. I am celebrating the launch of my hiking guide for families since I never felt like I truly had a proper launch or tour with everyone going on. This series of giveaways is kind of like a virtual book launch and tour.
This week I have partnered with four other authors to giveaway my book and one of their books! The winner will receive a total of five books!
Read more about the book line up or skip ahead to the giveaway here.
The Traveling Child Goes
The Traveling Child Goes to is a series based on two traveling sisters Jordyn and Kennedy. This series highlights the activities they did on each trip which will educate your child on the city or country as well as give you ideas for a vacation you may be planning to that destination.
Purchase the Traveling Child Goes
There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather
by Linda McGurk
“Bringing Up Bébé meets Last Child in the Woods in this lively, insightful memoir about a mother who sets out to discover if the nature-centric parenting philosophy of her native Scandinavia holds the key to healthier, happier lives for her American children.”
There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather is a wonderful partner to parents looking to outdoor parent or are curious of the benefits of taking babies and kids outdoors. She takes a look at the evidence based encouragement to families that are looking to outdoor parent.
Camping Activity Book
by Amelia Mayer
Get ready for adventure in the great outdoors! There’s so much to see and do when you’re out camping or hiking― even in your own backyard. Encourage kids to explore the world around them and learn important wilderness skills with this activity book. It’s full of projects and ideas to spark a love of nature and help kids have tons of fun outdoors.
Kids will learn to tackle survival challenges like building a shelter, making a compass, and tying a bowline knot. They can get creative with fun outdoor projects like designing a treasure hunt, crafting a walking stick, and making a sundial. They’ll need an adult’s help for some of the activities but can also do many on their own. Sized perfectly for a kid’s backpack, this is everything camping books for kids should be.
Purchase the Camping Activity Book
The Wonders That I Find
by Meghan J. Ward, illustrated by Tay Odysnki
It’s a beautiful summer day and Geneva’s parents have something special in mind: a hike to a scenic viewpoint in the mountains. A bird’s-eye view is what they promise, one that shows a winding river and trees down low, and rows of peaks that stretch into the distance. But, as she walks, she’s distracted by the wonders of nature that catch her eye and beckon her to take a closer look. What does she see along the trail that’s so fascinating? Does she ever reach the top?
The Wonders That I Find taps into a child’s curiosity about the world — something we all possess but often neglect as we grow older. The book asks us to slow down as we join Geneva on the trail, to appreciate the smaller things and savour the journey as much as the destination.
Purchase Wonders That I Find
Hikes for Families: A Guide to the Canadian Rockies
by Annika Mang
Hikes for Families: A Guide to the Canadian Rockies is a family-focused trail guide that makes adventuring together a breeze. Learn tips for enjoying the trails, games to play along the way, gear packing lists, and more! Featuring hikes near Banff, Canmore, Kananaskis, Bragg Creek, and Calgary.
Each hike includes a trail description, how to get there, nearby attractions, and a map plus:
– a difficulty rating specifically for kids – whether the trail is stroller and/or wheelchair accessible.
Purchase Hikes for Families: A Guide to the Canadian Rockies here.