We went on a beautiful nature walk with Anna Walker on August 2nd as we celebrated ‘Nature’ themed picture books.
Q1. What is your favourite ‘nature’ themed picture book and why? Share a pic!
Here are some of our favourites!
The Forgotten Forest by Laurence Anholt
Tree by Danny Parker & Matt Ottley
Red Knit Cap Girl & the Reading Tree by Naoko Stoop
The Story of Rose Dock by Jeannie Baker
The Tree by Neal Layton
The Art Garden by Penny Harrison & Penelope Pratley
A Forest by Marc Martin
Ten Seeds by Ruth Brown
Tap the Magic Tree by Christie Matheson
Fluke by Lesley Gibbs and Michelle Dawson
Florette by Anna Walker
Last Tree in the City by Peter Carnavas
Magic Beach by Alison Lester
Honey by David Erza Stein
The Garden of Abdul Gasazi by Chris Van Allsburg
A Curious Garden by Peter Brown
The Waterhole by Graeme Base
Today we have no plans by Anna Walker
The Little Gardener by Emily Hughes
Q2. How do you think picture books with an environmental focus help readers develop a sense of responsibility for the environment?
Q3. Which environmental focus would you feature in a picture book and why?
Q4. Illustrations play an important part in bringing picture books alive. Share an illustration from one of your nature themed picture books.
At the end of our ‘Nature walk’ we were very lucky to have a Q & A session with Anna Walker! We found out some very hot goss about her next book!
We are all very excited about Walter!! Stay tuned for the book trailer which will be released later this year!
A huge thank you to Anna Walker and all our chat participants for joining us for our awesome August chat!
Who will be joining us on Thursday the 6th of Sept…and what will the theme be?!!! You will get a hint this Thursday so watch out twitter and Instagram accounts for the announcement!
Yahoo!!! We love a picture book party!!!
Hope you can join us again in a couple of weeks time and celebrate the awesomeness of Picture books 🙂