I liked this book enough to keep on my shelf to read again, and I probably should pull it back out soon. I love her philosophy on nurturing the natural creativity in children and how we can encourage that creativity from the earliest ages. The book includes a few project ideas and patterns, all of which leave plenty of room for self-expression. I especially enjoyed the nature-inspired chapters. I guess I always thought I would be more of an outdoorsy person than I’ve become, and I need to get back to that place where I love being outside.
This is one of those books that you feel no hurry to get through; it’s okay to just take it one slow chapter at a time and enjoy it as much as possible. Just talking about it makes me want to go dust it off.
You can see the entire series here.