Into the Field Guide: A Walk in the Woods (Treasure Box)
by Emily Laber-Warren
Reading A Walk in the Woods is like taking a nature stroll with a fascinating naturalist who’s pointing out beautiful birds, amazing trees, and other interesting living things every step of the way. The treasure box includes: book, mesh bag, bug magnifier. (Book also available separately, here.)
About the author
Emily Laber-Warren is director of the health and science reporting program at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. She is also the mother of twin boys who love to explore.
Selected as one of Wirecutter’s Favorite Gifts for 3- to 6-Year-Olds
“A child who prefers real birds to Angry Birds deserves a fantastic wildlife guide.”
Selected as a 2013 winner of the Oppenhem Toy Portfolio's Gold Best Book Award
"This kid-friendly series of nature guides offers a basic introduction to animals, rocks, flowers, seashells, plant life and more. Readers can get hands-on with the included accessories: mesh bags and containers to collect pebbles, flowers, acorns, sea glass, or other tidbits, plus a magnifying glass for further scrutinizing. Each guide also includes a handful of fun tips and activities, like how to dig for mussels or how to make “helicopter” seeds fly."