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Posted inCLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT

After having a daughter, Remona Htoo couldn’t find children’s books in the Karen language. So she wrote one herself.

Remona Htoo’s book, “My Little Legs,” is one of the few Karen-language books published in the U.S. Htoo and her 22-month-old daughter, Emma, enjoy sledding, backpacking, and camping out. They’ve visited wilderness areas in the metro and the North Shore; so far, the toddler has notched 10 national parks.