Hunting: have fun, be smart
Studies show that teens who participate in sports are less likely to engage in destructive behavior such as smoking, alcohol and drug abuse, and criminal activity. In addition, many innovative new emotional growth programs for at-risk teenagers are taking place in the outdoors. Professionals in education, psychology, and guidance are utilizing wilderness settings to teach teenagers responsibility, trust, discipline, and teamwork.
Hunting is a popular sport throughout the country. For the teen who is interested in hunting and wants to know more, this book will lay out the fundamentals: deciding whether or not to hunt, respecting hunting equipment and taking care of it, and making sure that he or she stays safe during a hunting trip.
Level 7.5, 1 Points
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|Last Update||2018-04-02 23:09:14PM|
|Last Indexed||2018-05-25 00:59:29AM|
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|display_description||Introduces the sport of hunting, its history, equipment, skills, techniques, how to get started, and firearm safety.|
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|title_full||Hunting : have fun, be smart / by Jack Weaver|
|title_sub||have fun, be smart|