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Put those phones down, buy snacks, and gather the whole family while you read A Guide to the Pendleton Field Campfire Story. These family-friendly stories feature wild animals, exotic mythology, and captivating drawings. They’re perfect for a family that loves to go outdoors in search of some adventure and – as an added bonus – the book is currently 23% off on Amazon.

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Authors include John Muir, Henry David Thoreau, Alex Honnold, and Cheryl Strayed. These short stories could go with you on a group camping trip… or just a fun evening in the living room with some hot chocolate (maybe followed by a viewing of just-for-ever Reese Witherspoon). adult Wild).

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“With a mix of Pendleton’s inspirational stories and beloved figures and engaging illustrations throughout, this beautiful campfire collection is the ideal addition to any life. What an adventure and a great gift for families and friends who love camping,” reads the book’s description. “From beloved American heritage brand Pendleton, this collection features stories of adventure and discovery in the family-friendly wilderness.”

Pendleton has been weaving wool for over 100 years at two mills in the Pacific Northwest. The company’s rich comeback story dates back to the 1800s, when the beginnings of their colorful, laid-back designs were first born.

“The history of Pendleton Woolen Mills is one of opportunity, discovery and innovation,” explains Pendleton on its website. “English weaver Thomas Kay laid the groundwork when he arrived in Oregon in 1863. His expertise relied on Pendleton tweed, felt, and woolen garments. Kay’s grandsons, the three Bishop brothers, opened Pendleton Woolen Mills in the early 1900s.

Looks like all of our upcoming weekend plans should maybe revolves around cuddling in lots of fireplaces and diving into some wild adventures. Need marshmallows.

Before you go, check out some of our favorite books starring girls of color.


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