This week, I’m thrilled to chat with Greta Eskridge about how we can adventure with our kids – yes, even now!

Greta Eskridge and I discuss how books can be the conduit for adventuring with your kids, no matter your circumstances or your resources.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • all about Greta’s new book, Adventuring Together
  • how even small adventures can be impactful for our kids
  • how to start in the simplest way possible

Click the play button below to start listening:

3:05Greta is back!
4:32Books + adventure
7:08Books take you places
10:16Accessible adventures
15:32Books before or after an adventure
18:12Yellowstone and Cubby
21:09Hometown reading
24:37Celebrating books
25:12Connecting with our kids
29:40Lasting memories
32:38Misadventures make great stories
37:28Let the Kids Speak

Quotes to remember:

You can love books and crave adventure. Those two things can coexist.

– Greta Eskridge

Through books, we get to see the world. Those are some of the most cherished memories of my childhood.

– Greta Eskridge

This is the stuff our kids remember and carry with them—the books that we shared, the adventures we had, the memories that we made.

– Sarah Mackenzie

Links from this episode:

Books from this episode:

Episode 158
The Green Ember
Little Britches: Father and I Were Ranchers
Little Women (Puffin in Bloom)
Blueberries for Sal
Where the Red Fern Grows
Time of Wonder (Picture Puffins)
Jasper and the Riddle of Riley’s Mine
The Chronicles of Narnia (Box Set)
Burt Dow, Deep-Water Man
The Yearling (Aladdin Classics)
Nancy and Plum
Island of the Blue Dolphins
Adventuring Together
The Little House Cookbook: Frontier Foods from Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Classic Stories
Going to the Getty
Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle
Little House in the Big Woods
The Wild Robot
Cubby in Wonderland
Man of the Family
On the Banks of Plum Creek

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