This short but sweet review appeared on the website What About the Children? Many thanks to Lydia Keyte for reviewing this title.
Hawthorn Press publishes books on holistic parenting, children’s stories, storytelling, crafts, social ecology, personal development, spirituality, Steiner Waldorf and early years education. Our vision is to support a more creative, peaceful and earthcaring world.
An A-Z Collection of Behaviour Tales
From Angry Ant to Zestless Zebra£15.99
Making the Children’s Year
Seasonal Waldorf Crafts with Children£25.00
Raising Happy Healthy Children
Why Mothering Matters£16.99
Sally Goddard Blythe
The Natural Storyteller
Wildlife Tales for Telling£19.99
News & Reviews
Our advance copies of An A-Z Collection of Behaviour Tales arrived! And unusually for us they are really advance – this title is not published until October 1st. But don’t worry, we’ve got Making the Children’s Year to keep you entertained until then.
We have (and love!) the previous version of this book ‘The Children’s Year’. It was one of the first craft books we purchased when we first discovered Waldorf, and it has facilitated many a making session. I was delighted to see that an update was coming, and our lovely friends at Hawthorn Press offered to […]
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