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    The Children, Youth and Environments Journal just published a new issue with 14 papers from the U.S., Canada, Britain, New Zealand, South Africa, Kenya,
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      The Children, Youth and Environments Journal just published a new issue with 14 papers from the U.S., Canada, Britain, New Zealand, South Africa, Kenya, Botswana, and Bangladesh.

      It can be found on http://www.colorado.edu/journals/cye/access_restrictions.htm

      Table of Contents


      "Hard to Reach" or "Accessible When Approached"? Sustainable Development Discussions with Marginalized Pupil Groups

      Sarah Brooks-Wilson and Carolyn Snell


      Living on a Rural Island: Children Identify Assets, Problems, and Solutions for Health and Well-Being

      Jayne R. Pivik


      Pediatric Inpatient Room Experience

      Mardelle McCuskey Shepley, Carol Fellows, Rick Hintz, Lauren Johnson and

      John Spohn


      Bedroom Personalization by Urban Adolescents in Botswana: Developing Place Attachment

      Lily C. Fidzani and Marilyn A. Read


      Using Google Earth to Study Children's Neighborhoods: An Application in Dhaka, Bangladesh

      Mohammed Zakiul Islam


      Biophilic Boulder:  Children's Environments That Foster Connections to Nature

      Victoria Derr and Krista Lance


      Children's Use of Nature in New Zealand Playgrounds

      Rebecca J. Sargisson and Ian G. McLean


      The Green Grass Grew All Around: Rethinking Urban Natural Spaces with Children in Mind

      Catherine McAllister, John Lewis and Stephen Murphy


      "Parks Are Dangerous and the Sidewalk Is Closer": Children's Use of Neighborhood Space in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

      Lorne Platt


      Reports from the Field


      Youth and Digital Mapping in Urban Informal Settlements: Lessons Learned from Participatory Mapping Processes in Mathare in Nairobi, Kenya

      Jamie Lundine, PrimožKovačič and Lisa Poggiali


      Adolescent Girls at Risk: The GIRRL Program as a Capacity-Building Initiative in South Africa

      Kylah Forbes-Biggs and Yolanda Maartens


      Continuing Education in Disaster-Affected Schools in Bangladesh: An Evaluation of the Education in Emergencies Project

      Owasim Akram, Jefarson Chakma and Amina Mahbub


      Nessie the Hydraulophone: A Water-Driven Musical Object for Children

      Jason Nolan, Steve Mann and Danny Bakan


      Playing Games: Listening to the Voices of Children to Tailor a Mindfulness Intervention

      Naelys Diaz, Patricia Liehr, Laurie Curnan, Jamie-Lee A. Brown and Kathy Wall



      Book Reviews


      Ecoliterate: How Educators Are Cultivating Emotional, Social, and Ecological Intelligence – Daniel Goleman, Lisa Bennett, and Zenobia Barlow

      Reviewed by Karen S. Hollweg

      Critical Geographies of Children and Youth: Contemporary Policy and Practice – Peter Kraftl, John Horton, and Faith Tucker, eds.

      Reviewed by Christopher Spencer


      Designing Healthy Communities – Richard J. Jackson with Stacy Sinclair

      Reviewed by Louise Chawla


      Playborhood: Turn Your Neighborhood into a Place for Play – Mike Lanza

      Reviewed by Rebecca Colbert


      Genius of Common Sense: Jane Jacobs and the story of The Death and Life of Great American Cities – Glenna Lang and Marjory Wunsch

      Reviewed by Willem van Vliet--


      A Kids' Guide to Protecting and Caring for Animals – Cathryn Berger Kaye

      Reviewed by Marc Bekoff


      Going Blue: A Teen Guide to Saving Our Oceans, Lakes, Rivers, & Wetlands – Cathryn Berger Kaye, Philippe Cousteau, and EarthEcho International

                Reviewed by Vicki Nichols Goldstein and Shayna Brody


      Environmental Assessment Tool of Note

      Update on The
      Children's Physical Environments Rating Scale

                Gary Moore

      Films of Note

      Schools that Change Communities – Bob Gliner

                Reviewed by Louise Chawla



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