New Zealand's unspoilt natural environment is a Kiwi kid's best possible playground. But up to the age of nine or 10, most children are still heavily reliant on their parents or guardians to look after them in the great outdoors, and not all adults are fortunate enough to have been taught these skills themselves. Through entertaining anecdotes as well as practical information, Colin Moore shares some of his specialist knowledge and experience. Take a Kid Outdoors covers a number of activities including - but not limited to - fishing, tramping, camping, up on the mountain, and canoeing. Each activity will have useful tips on the best places to go, the kind of equipment needed, the dos and don?ts involved, advice on safety, and tips on how to boost a child's confidence so that the whole family has a good time.