Like a video game (without the video)

My parents came to visit for the Fourth of July weekend, and my dad introduced me to geocaching.  He had learned about it from my brother, who took my parents to a geocaching event a few weeks earlier.  What first grabbed my attention and made me curious was that someone had hidden a cache here at the library!

You can also find books about geocaching at the library.  We have books for children and adults that explain the activity, as well as stories where geocaching is part of the plot!

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Geocaching
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Geocaching

E-parenting: Keeping Up With Your Tech-Savvy Kids
E-parenting: Keeping up with Your Tech-savvy Kids
by Sharon Cindrich

GPS for Dummies
GPS for Dummies
by Joel MacNamara

GPS: Global Positioning System
by Jeanne Sturm

The Joy of Geocaching
The Joy of Geocaching
by Paul and Dana Gillin

The Box that Watch Found
The Box that Watch Found
by Gertrude Chandler Warner is the first of three mysteries with a geocaching theme in the popular series The Boxcar Children.

Geocache Surprise
Geocache Surprise
by Jake Maddox
Tim is disappointed when his best friend wants to spend their last day of summer geocaching. But a competition might make things interesting!

Hide and Seek
Hide and Seek
by Katy Grant
Thirteen-year-old Chase, a geocaching enthusiast, must constantly rely on his wits to solve unexpected problems.  This outdoor adventure and boy’s coming of age story is set in the remote, rugged mountains of northern Arizona.

-Miss Sarah

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