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Sharing Nature with Children makes prestigious list.

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service recently named the 15 most influential books published from 1890 to today that have connected children to nature. Sharing Nature with Children by NAI member Joseph Cornell is one of the titles listed. (Joseph has an article titled "The Importance of Deep Experiences in Nature" appearing in this issue of Legacy magazine.) Other authors honored in the exhibit include Rachel Carson, Ernest Thompson Seton, Thorten W. Burgess, and Richard Louv. See the complete list at http://library.fws.gov/Children-literature-exhibit.html. Sharing Nature with Children is available from the NAI Store at www.naimembers.com/store.

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Publication:Legacy Magazine
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Date:May 1, 2011
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