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📒Kids Gone Paddlin ✍ Tom Watson
✏Kids Gone Paddlin Book Summary : This fun-to-read book helps parents introduce their kids to the safe enjoyment of canoeing, kayaking, rowing and rafting. Kids love water activities! Now more than ever, families are spending more time together in the outdoors. Whether it's with friends and family or a solo outing, non-motorized boating is a fun and exciting way to experience and explore the outdoors. Photos and illustrations help the young reader learn all the important skills and to stay safe. Includes index for easy reference to topics of interest. Chapters include: Kinds of boats: canoes, kayaks, sit-on-tops, tubes, rafts What to wear: PFDs, general clothing, footwear, helmets, accessories Special skills: navigation, chart reading, water reading, seamanship Packing for a trip: equipment list, weight considerations, safety Where to go: coastal, inland waterways, parks, foreign, guided trips
📒Babes In The Woods ✍ Jennifer Aist
✏Babes in the Woods Book Summary : * Addresses concern about "nature deficit disorder" in children * Offers a fresh, modern approach to hiking and camping with kids * Makes parenting a celebration of the outdoors and a sharing of traditions There's a lot of information out there about introducing school-age kids to the outdoors, but what about babies and toddlers? Author Jennifer Aist bridges that gap and shares her tried and tested advice for active new parents. Babes in the Woods introduces outdoorsy moms and dads to the joy and vigor of taking babies and toddlers into the woods at a very early age. Well-organized chapters offer functional solutions for appropriate gear, clothing, and food, nature games to play, and tips on potty breaks and sleeping outdoors-but most importantly, Aist explores all the reasons why introducing even the youngest of children to wilderness experiences is healthy, rewarding, and fun. Whether planning a short day hike, a car camping trip, a base camp adventure, or a backpacking excursion, Aist covers every season and climate, while confirming that babies are well-suited for the mountains, the water, and the adventures that lie beyond.
📒Big Book Of Bass ✍ Steve Hauge
✏Big Book of Bass Book Summary : The bible of bass fishing Ounce for ounce, no North American gamefish offers more excitement for anglers than bass. Any angler who has landed a feisty, ferocious two-pounder after 30 minutes of play remains hooked for life. No wonder 19.5 million anglers regularly fish for bass in the U.S, Canada, and central America. Bass fishing is now so popular that bass-catching tournaments have become a leading spectator sport across the continent, with top bass fishermen rivaling NASCAR drivers in the loyalty of their followers. With this impressive collection of up-to-date information, novice as well as experienced anglers will learn everything they need to know to catch both largemouth and smallmouth bass. Readers will find in-depth coverage of bass biology and behavior, with clear, concise text and more than 1,000 step-by-step photos. And the book shows the very latest innovations in lures and tackle suitable for catching trophy bass. Sections include: • Information on bass biology & habitat tips • Complete presentation of equipment—rods, reels, lines, boats • Techniques for soft plastics, jigging, plugs, spinnerbaits
📒Paddling Pastimes ✍ Doc Fletcher
✏Paddling Pastimes Book Summary : Adventures on rivers and at baseball stadiums, there is no set time to each experience, no two are alike in dimensions, each river and ballpark visit is excitedly anticipated, and (except for a few enclosed exceptions) weather conditions can impact the adventure. Canoeing and kayaking down a river and an afternoon at the ballpark are both important to our spiritual well-being. Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Chicago, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Detroit. All are major Midwestern cities that evolved on the banks of the rivers that flowed through them: the Allegheny, the Mississippi, the Chicago, the Milwaukee, the Cuyahoga, and the Detroit. Six rivers that were critical to six Midwestern towns in their discovery, development, transportation, commerce, and enjoyment. Paddling trips down each of the six rivers, at least the segment of the rivers flowing through these big cities, are wide, deep, slow-moving affairs —not your usual canoeing and kayaking rural, backwoods adventures—that combine the joy of paddling with fascinating glimpses of history and architecture on the riverbanks. With backgrounds provided by river tour guides and history books, we’ll share with you the unique view from the water, in words and photos, of each city’s riverside landmarks. One of the landmarks each city has in common is a major league ballpark either along or near the river. Coinciding with the 1800s industrial development of these six Midwest cities was the birth of our national pastime, the grand old game of baseball. Baseball was the balance needed to counteract our country’s often turbulent shift from a society of primarily family farmers to Industrial Revolution clock-punchers. The beauty of the hit-and-run, the green grass of a sunlit field, a ballpark frank and a cold beer, brought the same smile and serenity in the 1800s as they do today. To the River of No Return, Doc Fletcher
📒City Paddler How I Started Paddling And You Can Too ✍ Michael Taylor
✏City Paddler How I started Paddling and You can Too Book Summary : Basketball, Football, and Baseball are all the popular sports that attract most people, particularly from a minority community in an urban area. This book attempts to raise awareness to everyone both inside and outside an urban area as to the unique serenity that paddling offers. The books requires you to consider paddling in your own neighborhood, as you might have a great place to paddle within 30 minutes or your home and not even know it. It details the love of the water in the life of Michael Taylor from childhood that carried into his adult life. It reveals the paddling community in the Chicago area and reviews the purpose and goals of these organizations. Lastly as a Christian the author reflects on the appreciation of nature and the blessings that God provides to all humanity that he sees when he is out on the water.The book is informational, it is funny, and it is spiritual. It is meant to inspire the reader to pick up the sport of paddling and become an advocate for the waterway systems in their community.
📒Paddling Pennsylvania ✍ Bob Frye
✏Paddling Pennsylvania Book Summary : Pennsylvania is a paddler's heaven and one of America's most blessed states when it comes to total miles of rivers and streams. Add in its many lakes, and there is quite simply all kinds and manner of waters where you can set out in a canoe, kayak, or raft. "Paddling Pennsylvania" describes the best and most accessible routes--fifty classics in all, from Lake Erie's Presque Isle lagoons to the Allegheny River, from the Susquehanna to the Delaware. Carefully chosen to be within the ability of most beginning to intermediate paddlers, some routes offer wilderness paddling while others are closer to population centers, but all feature good access points, great scenery, wildlife, and opportunities to have fun. Look inside to find: - Detailed river descriptions and directions - Maps showing access points and river miles - Level of difficulty, optimal flows, rapids, and other hazards - Where to call for up-to-the minute information on floating conditions - Gear and packing recommendations specific to the state's conditions
📒Paddling Wisconsin ✍ Kevin Revolinski
✏Paddling Wisconsin Book Summary : Paddling Wisconsin pulls together 40 excellent paddling adventures, offering destinations evenly spread throughout the state. The focus is on recreational paddling and so all trips avoid complicated put-ins, portages, and dangerous expert sections, while offering something unique in terms of setting, geology, and wildlife. While most trips involve rivers, there are also a few notable lake paddles that offer scenery and exploration opportunities one won't find anywhere else. Rivers range from the mighty Mississippi to the humble trout-waters of the White River. Each paddle provides a map of the route. Paddle summaries – including the route itself and the character of the waterway at large – are clear and detailed so paddlers will know exactly what toxpect. Quick information makes the logistics of each paddle clear for accurate trip planning and includes explicit directions to landings with GPS coordinates. Short write-ups -- about history, geology, and other attractions – are interspersed throughout the book.
📒Keep On Paddling ✍ Roy Cerny
✏Keep on Paddling Book Summary : The events in these true tales of the canoe country of northern Minnesota and Ontario were compiled over the author's lifetime of experience in the woods. Working with Boy Scouts and, in his later years, with employees, friends, family, and folks from his church, the author has led perhaps over five hundred people on trips into the Boundary Waters. The experiences on these trips over the past fifty years have provided a wealth of material that the author has crafted into enjoyable stories. Some of the stories are educational, many are hilarious, more than a few are inspirational, all of them are entertaining. Each story stands alone, but the book is best read from the beginning. Words followed by asterisks are defined in a glossary for readers unfamiliar with canoeing or the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. After reading this book, the author hopes you will be better informed about the lake country, you will have a greater appreciation for the wilderness, and you might even be encouraged to take a canoe trip to see Gods' country for yourself. If this happens, then the author has succeeded in his purpose.
📒Hearing On Corporal Punishment ✍ United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Select Education
✏Hearing on corporal punishment Book Summary : A congressional hearing on corporal punishment focused on the emotional and physical impact of corporal punishment on children in the classroom, and highlighted legislation (H.R. 1522) which would prohibit corporal punishment in educational programs funded by the federal government. Statements were presented by the following people: (1) Irwin A. Hyman, Director, National Center for the Study of Corporal Punishment and Alternatives in the Schools; (2) Marian Pokalo, Supervising Physician and Supervising Psychologist, Atlantic Mental Health Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey; (3) George Batsche, President, National Association of School Psychologists; (4) Frederick C. Green, Past President, National Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse; (5) Arlene Zielke, Vice-President for Legislative Affairs, National Parent Teacher Association; (6) Jimmy Dunne, President, People Opposed to Paddling Students; (7) Robert Fathman, President, National Coalition to Abolish Corporal Punishment in School; and (8) Fredda Brown, Association for the Severely Handicapped. Prepared statements, letters, and supplemental materials related to the subject of corporal punishment are also included. (MM)
📒The Religion Of The Tempasuk Dusuns Of North Borneo ✍ I. H. N. Evans
✏The Religion of the Tempasuk Dusuns of North Borneo Book Summary : This 1953 volume describes the Dusun people of the Tempasuk region in what was formerly North Borneo.