“Wild is tiny and fragile and sweet-baby new. It pushes through cracks and crannies and steals back forgotten places…”
My daughter and I revisited Finding Wild by Megan Wagner Lloyd and Abigail Halpin today while preparing for our first camping trip of the season. Filled with questions, wonder, and gorgeous language, it challenges children to think about the concept of ‘the wild’ in a multi-sensory way. Raised in an area bursting with wild spaces, it sings the beauty of all the hidden and secluded spaces I cherish. But it also dares us to look for wild in the places we least expect and to never underestimate its strength, even when it seems to have disappeared. Go out and discover it today...