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Reviewed by Luwi Nyakansaila for Readers' Favorite
Wild Child (101 Thoughts on Nature Vol.2) by Chad Von Dette is an artistic book that highlights the various lessons we can learn from nature. The author encourages us to observe nature and find oneness within ourselves and our surroundings. A connection with nature will help you love and accept yourself and find peace and solitude in this chaotic world. The book covers topics about disconnecting from the media and technology and going camping, hiking, or walking to get a new and simple perspective on life. Nature can also reawaken the carefree and creative child in you and rejuvenate you for new beginnings. The author talks about preserving and appreciating nature and being thankful for its resources. To discover more, get a copy of this book and enjoy the various aspects of nature we can learn from and implement in our lives.
I loved reading Wild Child because it is packed with life lessons. From nature preservation to resilience and endurance, this book has it all. Chad Von Dette is a creative writer who has used a unique format to write this book. Each page has a numbered title for the lesson, thoughts that align with the title, and a corresponding image. The book is enlightening, and it made me realize that we sometimes learn from nature without even knowing. Some lessons are familiar, and many readers will find them relatable. Nature speaks to us every day, and we cannot live without it. It gives us the drive to reach our goals, nourishes our bodies, and through it, we can live a calmer and more fulfilled life. I enjoyed reading this book and recommend it to anyone who wants to learn from the best and wisest teacher, Mother Nature.