|By (author):||Becker, Helaine|
|Illustrated By:||Davila, Claudia|
|Subject:||JUVENILE NONFICTION / Activity Books|
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / Games & Activities / General|
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / Sports & Recreation / Camping & Outdoor Activities|
|Publisher:||Scholastic Canada Ltd|
|From The Publisher*|
In this quintessential guide to summer activities, kids will learn the old-fashioned joys of creating their own fun!
Parents and kids alike will absolutely love this boredom-busting guide to outdoor and indoor summer fun! Filled with hundreds of ideas for games with friends, solo activities, DIY projects, recipes and fascinating fun facts, this book will teach kids just how much there is to do when the screens are turned off.
Kids will learn:
Appealing to a wide range of ages, abilities, and timeframes, The Canadian Kid's Guide to Outdoor Fun will connect kids to the world around them and to one another. Some activities are classics, some will get them started on a new adventure, but each and every one is safe, easy, instant and requires virtually no adult intervention - except to join in the fun, of course!
HELAINE BECKER is an award-winning writer of over 70 books for children, including the bestselling picture book A Porcupine in a Pine Tree; popular non-fiction, including Zoobots, Worms for Breakfast and Stress Less: Tips and Tools to Help You Chill; and novels, including How to Survive Absolutely Anything and Dirk Daring, Secret Agent. She also writes for children's magazines and for kids' television. Helaine lives in Toronto, Ontario with her family. Visit her online at www.helainebecker.com.
Claudia Dávila is the former art director of Chirp and chickaDEE magazines, and is the author-illustrator of the award-winning graphic novel series The Future According to Luz and the picture book Super Red Riding Hood. Claudia illustrated the powerful and multi-award-winning book Child Soldier: When Boys and Girls Are Used in War by Michel Chikwanine and Jessica Dee Humphreys, and Viminy Crowe's Comic Book by Marthe Jocelyn and Richard Scrimger. Claudia was born in Santiago, Chile, and now makes her home in Toronto, Ontario with her family.