Thinking of Nature

A mindfulness book for kids

Children - Picture Book
32 Pages
Reviewed on 09/09/2022
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Reviewed by Amy Louise Hill for Readers' Favorite

Thinking of Nature by Amy Mucci is a picture book for young children. If your child loves staying indoors and playing video games all day, rather than being outdoors enjoying the beauty of nature, then this book should be their next read. The purpose of this book and the message the author is trying to convey is to teach children about the world they live in, and how precious it is. We should educate them at a young age so that they can become protectors of the future, whilst also showing them what nature has to offer them. If you wish to educate your child, or if they already love the outdoors, then this book will be the perfect fit. Pick up a copy to read the author's inspiring words.

Thinking of Nature was a joy to read. I love reading books that showcase the beauty of nature, especially when they are written for children. Most children won't appreciate nature because they don't know how much fun it can be to immerse themselves in it. That is why I feel there should be more books like this so that they don't miss out. Whilst reading, I found myself coming up with ideas on how to get children to play outside more. It inspired me and sparked my creativity from the very first page, and I know it will do the same for children too. Amy Mucci is a talented author and has done an excellent job of creating an educational and fun book that young readers will love. The illustrations are adorable! Keep writing.