For the Children of the World Stories and Recipes from the International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education by Louise deForest
  

For the Children of the World Stories and Recipes from the International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education

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For the Children of the World Stories and Recipes from the International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education by Louise deForest

Have you heard about the little possum who wanted a peach? Why did a princess wish for speaking grapes, smiling apples and ringing peaches? Do you know how the robin got his red breast, or what happened when Taijin went to live with the Seven Thunders? This little book gathers 24 delightful stories from all corners of the globe, along with 10 delicious recipes, all suitable for young children. The stories and recipes were sent by representatives of the 29 Member Associations that are part of IASWECE, the International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education, and all proceeds from the sale of this book will support IASWECE's work on behalf of Waldorf early childhood education around the world.

About the Author

Louise deForest is the mother of four grown-up children. She has also been a Waldorf kindergarten teacher for many years and involved in parent and teacher education. Louise is also a WECAN board member, a regional representative of WECAN in Mexico, one of the representatives from North America to IASWECE and leader of the Waldorf early childhood teacher training in Cuernavaca, Mexico.

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Format

Paperback
148 pages

Author

Louise deForest
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Publisher

Waldorf Early Childhood Association North America

Publication date

1st January 2012

ISBN

9781936849055


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