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By Dylan Tomine,Nikki McClure,Thomas McGuane

Closer to the floor is the deeply own tale of a father studying to percentage his love of nature along with his little ones, no longer during the indoor lens of phrases or photographs, yet at once, palpably, through exploring the wildlife as they forage, prepare dinner and consume from the woods and sea. With illustrations through Nikki McClure.

This compelling, masterfully written story follows Dylan Tomine and his relatives via 4 seasons as they hunt chanterelles, fish for salmon, dig clams and assemble on the kitchen desk, mouths watering, to benefit from the culmination in their exertions. towards the floor captures the sweetness and shock of the ordinary world—and the methods it teaches us how one can live—with humor, gratitude and a nostril for event as willing as a child’s. it's a ebook jam-packed with climate, typical heritage and plenty of scrumptious meals.

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