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  • Published: 23 May 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448189731
  • Imprint: Vintage Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272
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The Family Guide to the Great Outdoors


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The essential guide to outdoors fun for the whole family

Getting outdoors brings the whole family together. You’ll learn skills, have a run-around, share laughs, and make enduring memories.

This book is the perfect companion to any outdoor family adventure. From countryside camping holidays to weekends roaming fields and parks, it will inspire you to enjoy the outdoors whatever the weather. It covers everything for kids (and big kids) to do outdoors, including:

- Cloud identification
- Great British walks
- Building dams and dens
- Campfires and woods
- Camping recipes
- Common British trees

  • Pub date: 23 May 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448189731
  • Imprint: Vintage Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272
Categories:

About the Author

Charlie Gladstone

With his wife Caroline Gladstone, Charlie Gladstone runs Pedlars, an award-winning company specialising in good, old-fashioned and solidly designed furniture, accessories and outdoor equipment.

For more than twenty years, Charlie and Caroline have lived amongst the wild, unkempt countryside of Kincardineshire in Scotland with their six children, six dogs, some horses and some very ancient chickens. With a long family history of outdoors expertise, anecdotes and unbridled passion, Charlie and Caroline are ideally placed to write The Family Guide to the Great Outdoors, an inspiring and irresistible guide to life beyond four walls.

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Praise for The Family Guide to the Great Outdoors

“Fantastic”

Natasha Harding, Sun

“This book will ensure that all the family have something interesting with which to update their status”

Daily Telegraph Kid's Notebook

“This book is bursting with ideas”

Baby

“[The Gladstone children have] learned all manner of skills that Charlie and Caroline share in the book from building rafts and treehouses, to starting a campfire and cooking on it, and even skinning a rabbit”

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