Find out more about how you, your family, and your community can do more to make our cities more green, by joining our June Book Club Meeting!
This month’s book: Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature Deficit Disorder by Richard Louv.
Have you ever worried about children spending too much time in front of screens, and not enough time outside? Richard Louv is a father who has also noticed these shifts over the past two to three decades. He believes children are facing a "nature deficit". He believes that, "Reducing that deficit—healing the broken bond between our young and nature—is in our self-interest, not only because aesthetics or justice demands it, but also because our mental, physical, and spiritual health depends upon it."
To find out more about this award-winning journalist and this month's book, visit his website at richardlouv.com
All of the books for our Book Club will be sold at the local Ottawa bookstore, Perfect Books which is conveniently located downtown on Elgin Street. Perfect Books is offering a 15% discount on each book the month it is featured.
If you have any further questions, please contact the Tree Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unable to make this book club meeting? Don’t worry! Our next meeting is July 18, where we will be discussing the book, The Wild Trees: A Story of Passion and Daring by Richard Preston. Feel free to continue checking our website for any changes at treeottawa.org/book-club.
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