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The Forest

I was really excited for this book, and it definitely did not disappoint. In fact, it exceeded my expectations, which is saying something considering the very high standards I have for Holly Black’... Read the rest on Readers in Wonderland!

The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black

I was really excited for this book, and it definitely did not disappoint. In fact, it exceeded my expectations, which is saying something considering the very high standards I have for Holly Black’... Read the rest on Readers in Wonderland!

Door to the forest - On an early autumn day, Larissa took this shot of a wild door on Vancouver Island. This particular "Door to the Forest" leads to MulBerryLand Guest House, down the path and through the woods in Comox, B.C.

Door to the forest - On an early autumn day, Larissa took this shot of a wild door on Vancouver Island. This particular "Door to the Forest" leads to MulBerryLand Guest House, down the path and through the woods in Comox, B.C.

Downloadable Botany Posters! Use with Apologia Botany, plant activities, home school science, plants unit study

Downloadable Botany Posters! Use with Apologia Botany, plant activities, home school science, plants unit study

Misty path in the forest (Stoneycliffe Wood Nature Reserve, Yorkshire, England) by Aidan Mincher

Misty path in the forest (Stoneycliffe Wood Nature Reserve, Yorkshire, England) by Aidan Mincher

Explore the forest using your 5 senses. Great nature activity for children from Mommy Loves Trees. #outdoorfamilies

20 Ways to Explore the Forest Using Your 5 Senses

Explore the forest using your 5 senses. Great nature activity for children from Mommy Loves Trees. #outdoorfamilies

Daughter of the Forest is probably one of the best retellings of the Celtic "Swans" myth, ever.  This book is unbelievably good.

Daughter of the Forest is probably one of the best retellings of the Celtic "Swans" myth, ever. This book is unbelievably good.

In the Forest Under Night by Matthew Stewart - This is a scene from the tale by J.R.R. Tolkien that appears in both The Silmarillion and in a longer form in The Children of Hurin. Gwindor is a Noldor Elf lord captured in "The Battle of Unnumbered Tears". At this catastrophic defeat Gwindor was kept alive as a slave. He escaped into the forest Taur-nu-Fuin, which means "great forest under night". He lost a hand in his escape, and carries a Feanorian lamp.

In the Forest Under Night by Matthew Stewart - This is a scene from the tale by J.R.R. Tolkien that appears in both The Silmarillion and in a longer form in The Children of Hurin. Gwindor is a Noldor Elf lord captured in "The Battle of Unnumbered Tears". At this catastrophic defeat Gwindor was kept alive as a slave. He escaped into the forest Taur-nu-Fuin, which means "great forest under night". He lost a hand in his escape, and carries a Feanorian lamp.

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