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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Wild Child: 101 Thoughts On Nature by Chad Von Dette captures the symbiotic relationship shared between humans and nature, and why it is important to be in tandem with the Universe. The book gives good life lessons that will motivate and inspire readers to embrace positivity and take advantage of all that Mother Nature has provided. Spending time with nature will help bring determination and develop an ability to listen at a deeper level. The author's words are a good way to reflect so that readers can make better choices and alter the course of their lives. The book is a good tool to make readers aware of their surroundings and become inspired and motivated.
The approach to the topic is spiritual, innovative, and unique and that makes Wild Child an interesting book to read and have in a personal library so it can be re-read. Chad Von Dette's words are simple and crisp. The black and white sketches and images to go with each subject make the book appealing to readers. Diverse emotions and various subjects have been discussed in an engaging way, helping readers to go on a journey of self-discovery and focus their attention on having a goal and working to achieve it. Books like this are not only insightful but also uplifting and thought-provoking. Wild Child: 101 Thoughts On Nature is a good way to discover various things about nature as well as the self. It will also help learning and growth and pave the road to long-lasting peace and happiness.