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C&NN has compiled the following library of resources for use by movement leaders, network members, and supporters.
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book: Make Way for Ducklings

Make Way for Ducklings Robert McCloskey

Watch how the mallard family makes a home in the city of Boston.

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book: Miss Rumphius

Miss Rumphius Barbara Cooney

Pursue big adventures around the world, but don’t forget to make your own neighborhood a little more beautiful.

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book: Mouse’s First Fall

Mouse’s First Fall Lauren Thompson

Come out with Mouse and enjoy the simple pleasures of a leaf tumble.

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book: Mr. Gumpy’s Outing

Mr. Gumpy’s Outing John Burningham

Next time you go boating, you might want to leave your chickens, goat, and cow on land!

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book: My Side of the Mountain

My Side of the Mountain Jean Craighead George

Sam runs away and makes a new home in the Catskill Mountains of New York with his two companions, a falcon and a weasel. Classic adventure tale told with captivating details and gentle humor.

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book: Night of the Spadefoot Toads

Night of the Spadefoot Toads Bill Harley

Fifth-grader Ben moves from Arizona to Massachusetts and develops an unlikely friendship with his science teacher, who introduces him to local wildlife, including the elusive spadefoot toad.

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book: Odd and the Frost Giants

Odd and the Frost Giants Neil Gaiman

A lively tale about a crippled Viking boy named Odd who ventures into the forest and befriends a fox, a bear, and an eagle—really three Norse gods in disguise—and helps them with their plight.

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book: Ollie’s Ski Trip

Ollie’s Ski Trip Elsa Beskow

Six-year-old Ollie sets off on his first pair of skis to visit the palace of King Winter, meeting other winter folk along the way.

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book: On the Night You Were Born

On the Night You Were Born Nancy Tillman

Enchanting images and lulling words celebrate the reader’s arrival in the world.

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book: One Dark Night

One Dark Night Lisa Wheeler

Mole and Mouse (and the reader) will be a little bit scared on this nighttime trek, but all’s well that ends well.

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book: One Hot Summer Day

One Hot Summer Day Nina Crews

A city girl refuses to stay indoors on the hottest of summer days.

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book: Owl Babies

Owl Babies Martin Waddell

How long can three baby owls sit and wait for their mother to come home without losing hope? Just long enough.

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book: Owl Moon

Owl Moon Jane Yolen

Follow a girl and her father as they trek through the winter night searching for a great horned owl.

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book: Owls in the Family

Owls in the Family Farley Mowat

While it’s no longer legal to own a pet owl, Farley Mowat’s vintage story will be sure to charm you and your kids alike.

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book: Paddle to the Sea

Paddle to the Sea Holling C. Holling

A young Indian boy longs to travel from his home to the Atlantic Ocean. He sends his carved toy instead, and we get to watch the adventure!

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book: Paint the Wind

Paint the Wind Pam Munoz Ryan

A story for horse lovers set in the Wyoming wilderness.

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book: Planting a Rainbow

Planting a Rainbow Lois Ehlert

Why just plant a garden when you can plant a whole rainbow?

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book: Pouch

Pouch David Ezra Stein

Your youngest explorers may well relate to a little kangaroo venturing from his mama’s pouch for the first time.

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book: Rabbits and Raindrops

Rabbits and Raindrops Jim Arnosky

Watch bunnies and other creatures duck out of the rain.

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book: Rascal

Rascal Sterling North

The story of a motherless boy and his pet raccoon.

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book: Ring of Endless Light

Ring of Endless Light Madeleine L'Engle

Fifteen-year-old Vicky spends the summer with her grandfather on a New England island, sorting out her relationships with three boys and honing a newly discovered talent for communicating with dolphins.

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book: Roxaboxen

Roxaboxen Alice McLerran

Build a fort and maybe you’ll find you’ve built a whole town.

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book: Sally Goes to the beach

Sally Goes to the beach Stephen Huneck

Join the big black Labrador Sally on her trip to the seashore.

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book: Same Stuff as Stars

Same Stuff as Stars Katherine Paterson

Angel and her little brother have endured grim childhoods with an erratic mother who finally deposits them at their great-grandmother’s house in rural Vermont. There Angel befriends a neighbor she calls the “star man” and begins to get perspective on her life by looking at the night sky.

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book: Secret Place

Secret Place Eve Bunting

A young boy discovers a secret place in the city where nature thrives.

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"If you go with long-term significance, my pick for the top story of not only 2009 but also of the 21st Century is the pandemic of Nature Deficit Disorder, a term so aptly coined by Richard Louv in his best-selling outdoor book, Last Child in the Woods...."
— Bill Schneider, NewWest.Net
“Concerns about long-term consequences—affecting emotional well-being, physical health, learning abilities, environmental consciousness—have spawned a national movement to ‘leave no child inside.’ In recent months, it has been the focus of Capitol Hill hearings, state legislative action, grassroots projects, a U.S. Forest Service initiative to get more children into the woods and a national effort to promote a ‘green hour’ in each day.”
— Washington Post
All of us share a sense of common purpose. We represent many, many others—some we know, and others we have never met. People throughout the world are increasingly connected by a resonance and passion, to create a new common sense for the good health of children today and generations to come.
– Cheryl Charles
“The movement to reconnect children to the natural world has arisen quickly, spontaneously, and across the usual social, political, and economic dividing lines.”
Orion magazine

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C&NN Publications

As part of our ongoing efforts to build the movement, the Children & Nature Network has published these resources for leaders, organizers, and participants at the local, national, and international levels:

2010 C&NN Report
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Children and Nature 2009: A Report on the Movement to Reconnect Children to the Natural World
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C&NN Community Action Guide: Building the Children & Nature Movement from the Ground Up
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