At the Cabin
by Cheryl Wilke
illustrated by Rebecca Stouffer
Going to the cabin is going to be a drag without a cell phone or TV. But wait - there are stones to skip, a lake for wading, deer to watch, fireflies and campfires and stories. Darn! We have to go home so soon?
Detailed watercolors illuminate the natural world as this child discovers the fun of life at the family cabin and the wonder of exploring that woods and shoreline. A little vole pops up in unexpected places, keeping the youngest readers amused. Accurate pictures of north woods flora and fauna abound within realistic yet breathtaking scenic landscapes. This engaging story is an excellent resource for learning about nature, family, and changing attitudes.