Forest Bath Right Down This Path
Join in a forest bathing adventure as a young girl helps her father to leave his cell phone behind and embrace the sights, smells, and sounds of the natural world around him.
On a sticky summer day, when it is too hot to do anything, Kayla suggests a forest bath. Daddy needs a little more convincing, but soon they are heading into the forest.
Kayla takes in the sights, sounds, and smells of the natural world around her. Cinnamon fern and bunchberry grow in the shade. The packed dirt under Kayla's feet is hard and the sunlight through the branches is soft. She breathes a symphony of scents--soil, sedge, and moss--and finds a stream with an icy current. A black-throated green warbler trills in the distance zee-zee-zee-zoo-zee.
As the worries and distractions of the day melt away, Kayla and her father relax and enjoy the pleasure of forest bathing--and of being together.
About this Author
Lisa Robinson has a BA in psychology from Cornell University, an MD from Tufts University, and an MFA in Writing for Young People from Lesley University. She works as a therapist for children, teenagers, and adults, and is the author of numerous picture books. Lisa lives in Newton, Massachusetts. Learn more at author-lisa-robinson.com.
Khoa Le is an award-winning illustrator, graphic designer, and painter based in Vietnam. She has illustrated multiple books for children, including The Fish Who Found the Sea, The Most Beautiful Thing, and Beatrice Likes the Dark. Learn more at khoaleartwork.com.
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