is a parenting book for the 21st Century. It's 264 pages include more than 300 practical ideas and activities aimed at increasing the capability and resilience of your children and grandchildren.
The book comes with two priceless benefits: not only does it help you prepare your children for an uncertain tomorrow (peak oil, global competition, climate change etc), it helps you shift to a better family life for today.
About the Author
Anna M. Campbell has lived in the cities and suburbs of the USA and Australia, as well as on a coral island, in a rainforest and a snow-covered national park. As a sustainable living educator, beekeeper, and public speaker, she now helps thousands of people each year discover the joys of sustainable living. Before moving to a small farm, Campbell worked with organizations as diverse as Yahoo!, P&O Resorts, the National Trust, the Variety Club Children’s Charity and an aquarium where she regularly swam with sharks. Campbell’s current project is the creation of a native bee sanctuary set within a garden full of plants of importance to humanity. She and her husband are having loads of fun and facing lots of challenges raising their children “honeycomb” style.
One world. One humanity. One destiny. It can all start with one family: yours. Honeycomb Kids gives you the ideas and tools you need to parent with the future in mind. – Professor Tim Flannery
Sustainable lifestyles and families lead to real wealth. Use this book to help you start investing now. – David Wann, author, Simple Prosperity
Anna Campbell’s “honeycomb” is a metaphor for a context in which parents can raise resilient, capable, caring kids who can make their way in, and contribute positively to, a world that currently appears to be careening toward environmental and economic ruin. Parents who are aware of climate change, peak oil, and other global problems will find both honesty and inspiration. – Richard Heinberg, Author, The End of Growth, Senior Fellow, Post Carbon Institute