Review of How to Be An Explorer; An Outdoor Activity Book

How to be an Explorer is a great new publication by Button Books which aims to give youngsters the skills and know-how to get out and about.  

The book has many skills that I remember being taught as a guide from what to take in your backpack, to how to start a fire safely to boiling water in bamboo, to making a tree nest.
How to be an Explorer Outdoor activity Book
RRP £16.99 For kids aged 7 – 11 • ISBN 9781787081178
The book is filled with activities and know-how and there is something for every child to really get into.

How to be an Explorer features 25 step by step activities such as making a compass, building a model raft and making a kite, and many of those can realistically be done at home or in an afternoon. 

There are also inspiring adventure stories about real-life explorers from history such as Matthew Henson and Jeanne Baret. 

Using this book the ‘young explorer’ will learn how to engage with nature in an exciting yet safe manner which leaves them full of self-confidence and gives them genuine survival skills for the great outdoors.  Parents and older children will not be bored by this book! 

How to make Smores from How to be an Explorer Book

Are you curious about the world? 

Do you ask ‘why’ until you are told to stop, then keep asking?  Yes? 

Then you think like an explorer.

Lighting a Fire with Explorer book

About the Author:

Tiger Cox has a natural affinity for outdoors skills and wants to inspire and educate others, of all ages, to spend more time enjoying these pursuits – whether that be through adventure sports, outdoor cooking or getting out and exploring their local landscapes. He caught the bug for exploring from his ‘crazy’ parents and four older sisters, who showed him what was possible and lovingly encouraged his earliest forays in the stunning South Downs National Park in Sussex, UK. Tiger is an accomplished public speaker, having given talks on exploration and nature to audiences of over 250 people, including his old school and local chambers of commerce.


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