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|Description:||1 volume : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Contents NB. Each suggested activity includes suggestions for a selection of rivers that are ideal for doing that activity and tells readers how to get to them. Introduction Finding your River Where to Start - Looking at Maps - The River - The Banks - Access Play Words and Games - Build Channels and Dams - Make Water Wheels - 'IT' and all its variations - Making Miniature Boats - Duck Races - Water Fights - Obstacle Courses and Races - Scavenger and Treasure Hunts - Pooh Sticks - Skip Stones ...- Other Games with Stones - Water Magic Be Curious Hunt for Minibeasts - Go on a Dragon Hunts - Catch Crayfish - Look at the Plants - Forage for Wild Foods Have a Look Under the Water - Go Fishing - Tickling for Trout - Go Bird Watching - Map a Bird Territory - Predict the Weather - Go on a Mammal Hunt - Pull Your Froude Indicator Out - Go Dowsing Relax Lie Back and Listen - Contemplate a Waterfall - Do Some Yoga - Make a Sculpture - Peer off a Bridge - Search for Sacred Springs - Soak your Feet - Have a Picnic Be Adventurous Go for a Swim - Go on Safari - Swim, Float, Boat - Climb a Tree - Jump In - Make a Rope Swing - Shoot Some Rapids - Camp Out Fascinating Facts How Clean is Your River? - How Fast is the Water in the River Moving? - How Much Water is there in the River? - How Powerful is that Waterfall Crashing on my Head? - Is Water Really Blue? - The World in a Grain of Sand - How Old is your River? - The River and Its Past Practicalities Safety - Leave Only Footprints - Legal Access|
|Responsibility:||by Tessa Wardley.|
This is going straight to my 'favourite country books' shelf. BBC Countryfile