Nathan and Anna have food, shelter and a canoe, but they have no map, only one paddle and can’t agree on a plan of action. Anna reasons they should stay and wait for rescue, but Nathan harbours a painful secret that makes him desperate to get home.
A story about courage, mindset and making a friend.
You deserve peace of mind knowing your tween’s language, thinking, imagination, concentration and memory flourish every time they read a book.
Your preteen deserves to expand their horizon and go on an outdoor adventure with Anna and Nathan in this engaging video game-free pastime.
Your family deserves to spend more quality time together in nature. Be inspired to create outdoor adventures of your own and forge lasting memories!
Watch your tween hop into the canoe with Nathan and Anna in Unbearable, and be drawn into the story as they set out on their outdoor adventure.
Grin as your tween continues the adventure, and gets so absorbed in Unbearable, they don’t notice they’ve missed their allotted screen time.
Raise your fist in triumph as your tween postpones their screen time to finish Unbearable, and then asks to go on a family adventure on the weekend.
It’s not fair that screens manipulate and monopolize your tween’s attention. A truck could drive through the house without their noticing.
If you’re feeling powerless because you can’t separate your preteen from the device in front of them, give yourself a break and consider where you are: You’re here searching for a solution. Start with Unbearable.
Laurel said her 11-year-old daughter absolutely LOVED it. “She read it in one day. We were out at a park and she kept bugging me to take her home so she could read.”
Every time your tween chooses a book over a screen, their language and critical thinking skills, imagination, memory and concentration flourish. Furthermore, Unbearable sparks their interest in the outdoors.
Take advantage of this momentum!
Ever notice how you always return feeling energized after a walk in the woods? Grab your family and head outside to explore nature together.
We all deserve to feel great and have more meaning in our lives.