Bug Log Kids

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  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Copyright: 2017-05-16
  • Publisher: Adventure Publications

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The positive effects of journaling—especially for children—have been celebrated for decades. Journaling helps to build self-esteem while also enhancing skills in writing, drawing and observation! Bug Log Kids is the perfect introduction to journaling and to nature. Created by DeAnna Brandt and Daniel Brandt, the book’s log pages present simple questions that gently guide kids to record and to draw their important insect and spider observations. The result is a one-of-a-kind keepsake that families will cherish forever. So bring Bug Log Kids on your next outing. Play some games, make a craft, and try an experiment. Write about your experiences. Draw what you see. Have fun, and enjoy nature!

Book Features

58 guided log pages for children to record their observations, both written and drawn
14 Notes/Photos/Art pages to paste a picture, create more artwork or keep writing notes
A Log Tips page for special hints on using this log
Bug-related facts, games, projects and tips for helping bugs and the environment

Author Biography

DeAnna Brandt is an artist and an author. She and her husband raised their sons in the woods, which provided endless nature encounters. Her Nature Journals were created out of a need to record those experiences.

Daniel Brandt grew up in the woods of Minnesota. He has worked with children during summer park programs and is a freelance graphic designer. He and his brother were the inspiration for and first users of the Nature Journals series.

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