Last Child in the Woods Saving our Children from the Nature-Deficit Disorder by Richard Louv has brought up many situations, question and topics which I personally can relate to. The topic Nature Deficit disorder has brought much connection to my mind as well as in the mind of Richard Louv. My parents have told me of the time when they were kids, where they spent every waking moment outdoors whether it be in the neighborhood parks or forests. They tell me of how “times have changed since they were kids” where kids would rather play videos games together or watch television, then play cops and robbers outside. Another connection I made with Richard Louv’s Last Child in the Woods came when Louv spoke of the spiritual and emotional connections he and young children around the world have experienced. I have had several experiences in nature from my childhood that I can remember quite vividly. I bear in mind riding through the densely weeded worn path not knowing what to expect ahead, swerving left and right dodging large rocks and, mosquitoes buzzing in my ear right and left. I finally reach the end of the path and look out into the quite beautiful center of a calm pond inhabited by small turtles, frogs, and ducks. I felt as if I was in a whole other country somewhere far away, when in reality I was in my neighborhood city Marblehead which is in walking distance of my city. Richard Louv has brought this long forgotten memory back to life for me and reminded me of how much fun plan old nature can be. I truly feel as if I can understand and relate to almost everything he speaks of in this life-changing novel.