These kids are no sloths. Their passion is woodlore, and they work really hard immersing themselves in its pursuit. Inquisitive and competitive, the boys learn a lot about nature and they have a lot of wholesome fun in the process. Maybe what they learn (making arrows, stuffing owls, and much more) is not germane to modern urban life, but, of course, that's exactly what makes this book a great escape.
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