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☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ Up By Patricia Ellis Herr ✩ – Cutabovebarberagency.co.uk When Trish Herr became pregnant with her first daughter Alex she and her husband Hugh vowed to instill a bond with nature in their children By the time Alex was five her over the top energy levels ledPDF Epub Up By Patricia Ellis Herr Cutabovebarberagencycouk When Trish Herr became pregnant with her first daughter Alex she and her husband Hugh vowed to instill a bond with nature in their children By the time Alex was five her over the top energy levels led When Trish Herr became pregnant with her first daughter Alex she and her husband Hugh vowed to instill a bond w

Ith nature in their children By the time Alex was five her over the top energy levels led Trish to believe that her very young daughter might be capable of hiking adult sized mountainsIn Up Trish recounts their always exhilarating and sometimes harrowing adventures climbing all forty eight of New Hampshire's highest mountains  Readers will delight in the expansive views and fresh air that only peakbaggers

Up PDFIth nature in their children By the time Alex was five her over the top energy levels led Trish to believe that her very young daughter might be capable of hiking adult sized mountainsIn Up Trish recounts their always exhilarating and sometimes harrowing adventures climbing all forty eight of New Hampshire's highest mountains  Readers will delight in the expansive views and fresh air that only peakbaggers

Paperback✓ Up Kindle ç Patricia Ellis Herr is the homeschooling mother of Alexandra and Sage She lives in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and holds a Masters Degree in Anthropology Biological from Harvard University.

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  • Madriver (p/b)

    Paperback✓ Up Kindle ç Up PDFWhen Trish first told me she was writing a memoir about her hikes with Alex I just assumed it would be an extension of her trip reports that we all write from time to time where we record our hikes and then post them on various hiking boards for other hikers to read and critiue Little did I realize as I began reading that it would turn out to be so much than just a chronicle of their hikes together but her dreams and desires for Alex as she explores the world around her laced with its joys and sorrows that we all must experience in everyday life Some parents try to protect their children against the perils that the world has to offer even to the detriment of the child who will l


  • Kathy

    Paperback✓ Up Kindle ç Up PDFI hate to spend money on a book and not finish the entire thing But I almost did just that with this book The author spends the first part of this book convincing the reader what a perfect mother she is and what an exceptional daughter she hashiking home schooling giving up her Harvard PhD stay at home mom Although she states otherwise she seems pretentious and judgmental Some of the dialogue between her and her daughter seems phoney Yes the daughter may be extremely bright and precocious but I've known a few brightprecocious kids and some of the dialogue doesn't ring true She asks her daughter if she wants to hike grown up mountai


  • Lain

    Paperback✓ Up Kindle ç Up PDFLittle people can do big things That in a sentence seems to be Patricia Ellis Herr's theme behind Up A Mother and Daughter's Peakbagging Adventure The book is a memoir that traces author and her five year old daughter Alex as they attempt to join the Four Thousand Footer Club ascending all 40 some of New Hampshire's 4K plus peaksHerr makes it clear that it's all driven by Alex and if the way the little girl is portrayed is accurate then I buy that Alex seems to have been born with an old soul an abundance of energy and no concept of the idea of limits Very coolBut I'm less sure that the idea behind the book is as altruistic It wavers between parental advice I think that children are for capable than most adults realize Sometimes they just need to be reminded of their


  • Megan Palasik

    Paperback✓ Up Kindle ç Up PDFI just finished an uncorrected proof copy of UP that I received from the Vine program and I want to start reading it all over againI LOVED THIS BOOKIt made me laugh it made me tear up a little and it showed me the kind of mother I hope to one day be Ellis Herr tells the stories of her daytime and sometimes nighttime peakbagging adventures with her 5 year old daughter Alex They climbed the 48 4000ft and higher peaks in the


  • ☼Book her, Danno☼ thepam

    Paperback✓ Up Kindle ç Up PDFI liked this book It was interesting to read about the trails particularly in the second half of the book but honestly I'm not sure why UP was written and that's plagued me a bit as I've contemplated writing this review and tryed to sum up what the book means to meNow most of the mountaineering and spelunking books I have read thus far have been about the ascen


  • Katie

    Paperback✓ Up Kindle ç Up PDFWhat a bummer Although the idea of taking your young children on peak bagging adventures is inspirational this book is a boring pedantic holier than though book to read I know hiking in the Whites can be dangerous scary been there done that but she makes it sound as if these mountains are in the Himalayas For goodness sake I've taken a stroll up some un remembered peak with boxes for collecting blueberries a light jacket and a water bottle before the days of everyday GPS Not every mountain hike is an expedition It was also interesting for me to read the words of a woman whose children have not hit double digits preach about the right way to educate and raise kids Didn't even finish the book nor do I plan to


  • Alisha

    Paperback✓ Up Kindle ç Up PDF25 there are many ways to review this book; most of them sound a trifle mean Let’s just say that it reads like a parent


  • Marci

    Paperback✓ Up Kindle ç Up PDFI couldn't slog through this whole book The mom just rubbed me the wrong way I hike with my daughter all the time so thought I would relate but she just felt so self congratulating to me I lost interest in her story


  • Gillian

    Paperback✓ Up Kindle ç Up PDFOf all the outdoors books I’ve been reading and posting about lately this is my favoriteI feel like I should dedicate this post to the jerk who recently told me that women are weak and shouldn’t go into the woods without a man Insert eye roll here If I didn’t have enough evidence already that’s he’s so wrong Patricia Ellis Herr offers up a wheelbarrow of backup with her tale of hiking New Hampshire’s White Mountains with her five year old daughter in “Up A Mother and Daugther’s Peakbagging Adventure”Herr and her daughter Alex start hiking on a whim but they’re soon addicted to the experience After a few initial mis steps attempting their first peak with improper gear while there’s still snow at higher elevations the pair are soon heading out several times a month to bag peaks Soon after she turns si


  • Liralen

    Paperback✓ Up Kindle ç Up PDFIt started by accident almost Herr's daughter was small but she had boundless energy and Herr thought hiking might be a good way to use some of that energy So they climbed a mountain They had some false starts eg their very first hike before Herr understoo


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