Here’s a wonderfully fun thought from Pocket Mouse Publishing’s Lee, just in time for National Library Week, and Earth Day soon to come. Make sure to add a little nature and library to your life and enjoy them both.
Sitting in traffic on my way home from the library the other day, I got to thinking:
Nature – the great outdoors – is a lot like the public library.
Nature is space free for all to visit, all to peruse, all to enjoy – paid for by tax dollars, public & private benefactors, and citizen fundraising; maintained by forest rangers and naturalists (the librarians of their wild spaces) and the enthusiasm of volunteers.
We go to the library to learn: a vast collection of non-fiction books on every topic imaginable, waiting to be read and gleaned from. There is always something new to be found on a library shelf. We can go to nature to learn as well. Every walk in the woods will reveal something new.
Come forth into the light of things,
Let Nature be your teacher. ~William Wordsworth
Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and…
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