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AMY BUTLER is a teacher and naturalist with over 25 years of experience in helping teachers, community members and families create opportunities for all children to connect to the natural world. She is the former Director of Education at North Branch Nature Center and the founder of Educating Children Outdoors, a standardized nature-immersion program for public schools.
“Amy Butler offers a research-based guide to expanding children's connection to the natural
world and to their own true natures. Her book is a must-read for teachers, parents, and anyone who works directly with children.”—Richard Louv, author of Our Wild Calling
“Butler shows us her wisdom in guiding teachers on how to integrate nature immersion into K–3 classes. The tried-and true interdisciplinary lessons meet academic standards while cultivating a sense of place on Earth.” —Darcia Narvaez, coauthor of The Evolved Nest
“Butler opens the door to the fullness of children's experience while providing foundational practices to support nature based educators at every stage.” —Kit Harrington, Natural Start Alliance
“A treasure trove of conscientious wonderfulness. If you're an educator hoping to move more of your lessons outdoors, this book may be your best resource. It is the epitome of practical—from behavior management to detailed curriculum activities, it articulates everything you should know and do.” —David Sobel, author of Childhood and Nature