~ WINTER ~ SUMMER ~ SPRING ~ AND ~FALL!
A BEAUTIFUL GIFT FOR CENTRAL PARK LOVERS EVERYWHERE!
WHERE DOES EVERYTHING WE LOSE GO IN NEW YORK CITY?
Why, to Central Park, of course!
3rd PRINTING ~ November 2022
Available NOW via at the Central Park Conservancy Visitor Centers, FAO Schwarz, the Westchester County Children's Museum, and via Amazon, Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Barnes & Noble, and of course at your local bookshop!
The Central Park Lost Mitten Party is an imaginative tale for children and adults, New Yorkers and visitors, celebrating Central Park, its history, sculptures and magical locations. Written in beautiful rhyme, full-color illustrations embrace the architecture of the Park and a wide variety of whimsical New York paraphernalia.
Recommended as a parenting resource by PhD neuroscientist and psychologist RICK HANSON, The Central Park Lost Mitten Party is dedicated to all those who delight in URBAN PUBLIC PARKS. Not just for children, this beautiful story includes historical notes, a detailed bibliography, suggested activities, lots of data about the Park's creators, sculptures, benches and lampposts, and, of course, the Central Park Conservancy and details about the Park's founders, benefactors, places to visit, and amazing history.
ENJOY this beautiful book.
For park lovers everywhere!
From gingerspice press,
an imprint of Regent Press
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Keywords: "Central Park", "Apple TV" , SummerStage, "New York City", "climate change"
Dedicated to all those who delight in urban public parks, The Central Park Lost Mitten Party celebrates the importance of urban public parks ever since Central Park, America's first landscaped urban public park, was established by the New York State Legislature in 1853. Although many readers are familiar with weather reports featuring "The temperature in Central Park is. . . ", this famous "tagline" derives from 1919 when Central Park's National Weather Service Equipment was placed at Belvedere Castle. Here is the latest news:
The Yale School of the Environment is partnering with the Central Park Conservancy and the Natural Areas Conservancy in a first-of-its-kind initiative aimed at helping cities develop strategies to manage and mitigate the impacts of climate change on urban parks." (News Release, January 12, 2022)
Central Park is America's first urban public park and remains an iconic location: summer - winter - spring and fall.. Visitors are so very lucky to have guides who love the Park and its surroundings - and at Holiday Time, this includes the fabulous Rockefeller Center. Enjoy these digital guides from the Central Park Conservancy or a guided tour of favorite Central Park locations by Conservancy Guides!
Visit the Harrison Public Library and see how to make puppets with Fran!
Click to see the Conservancy's most recent bulletin about activities in Central Park.
The Central Park Lost Mitten Party was included in a recent Yale University Alumni Magazine: How Imagination Begins
Celebrating EARTH DAY
Source: CBS News, New York - Reporter Chris Wragge and Salmaan Kahn, Director of Research & Special Projects - Central Park Climate Lab
Party deep into the Park with Library and Subway Cards, vintage Subway Tokens and Museum Admission Buttons