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Badger or Bulbasaur – have children lost touch with nature?

Studies show that children are better at identifying Pokémon characters than real animals and plants. Robert Macfarlane on his quest to reconnect young readers with the natural world



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#tbt to Aaron Lee Tasjan's arresting performance of Streets Of Galilee on the Piano Stage this year 🙌

The Line Of Best Fit
Watch Aaron Lee Tasjan play "Streets Of Galilee" during a Best Fit secret show at End Of The Road Festival a few weeks ago.
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The Line Of Best Fit


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Neil, Graham, spot yourselves! Really enjoyed this set.

Xander Edwards

Where are the pictures for the 2017 gallery?

Gutted we missed you Aaron Lee! Maybe next time. 👍

Graham remember this 🙂

Richard Powell

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    Bobby Wilson

    Great book though.

  2. Peter Newton not ours though 🤗

  3. When my boy was 3 he wanted to go to the ‘jungle’. Suddenly feeling the impoverishment of our country on a Sunday afternoon we ended up at a small nature reserve watching ‘common’ birds. Years of loving Pokemon later we returned and watched again and to the lake alive with micro-organisms. He was brightened and enlivened again as was l.

  4. I don’t think so it depends on what you do with your kids really. My son loves being outside.

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    Cheralyn Bell

    It’s no accident

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    Ak Ivy

    Kat James

  7. With the local and national governments intent on building on every scrap of open land (apart from that in Tory-voting areas), I fear this will become the norm, as there won’t be anywhere to see the wildlife locally.


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