Table of contents for Monsters in the woods : backpacking with children / Tim Hauserman.

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Contents
Preface @@@
Chapter One: Why, Who, When, Where? @@@
	Why Backpack with Your Kids? @@@
	Who Gets to Go? @@@
	When Is the Right Age to Start Backpacking? @@@
	Where to Go, and Why @@@
Chapter Two: What? @@@
	What to Do to Prepare for the Trip @@@
	What Style of Backpacker Are You? @@@
	What to Bring @@@
	What to Put in Your Child?s Pack @@@
	What You Don?t Need in Your Backpack (and the Alternative) @@@
Chapter Three: Backpacking with Infants and Toddlers @@@
Chapter Four: Having Fun and Being Safe @@@
	How to Enjoy Your Time in the Wilderness @@@
	Teach Your Children Well @@@
	Should You Bring Rex? @@@
	Overcoming Fears @@@
	Forget About the Lions and Tigers, What About Those Bears? @@@
	In the Interest of Safety @@@
	Water @@@
	Rules, Regulations, and Good Behavior @@@
	Top Ten Ways to Be Good in the Woods @@@
	Twenty Quick Tips for Backpacking with Kids @@@
Chapter Five: A Three-Day Trip @@@
	The Night Before the Trip
	Day One @@@
	Day Two @@@
	Day Three @@@
	The Next Day @@@
Chapter Six: The Madcap, Zany Misadventures with Sarah and Hannah @@@
	Summer @@@
	The Year of Lightning @@@
	Where Are You My Hiking Friend? And, Oh, Yeah . . . More Rain @@@
Chapter Seven: Conclusions @@@
	Last-Minute Reminders @@@
	A Final Note @@@
Appendix: Things to Read @@@
Acknowledgments @@@
Index @@@

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Backpacking.
Hiking for children.
Camping.