This review was published in the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain’s newsletter, Summer 2017, volume 94.
Let’s have an informed public and professional debate about the issues threatening our children’s wellbeing, argues Richard House…
This is the latest in the characterful series about Findus the cat and Farmer Pettson.
A new review of Form Drawing and Colouring, from the ASGB Newsletter.
Stuart Hill, co-editor of Social Ecology, does rather a lot of wonderful work.
It is hard to believe that this book is now ten years old; it offers much wisdom and deep insights into children’s learning and development in the first seven years of life.
This brilliant review of Creative Form Drawing with Children: Workbook One comes from one of our own authors, Margaret Bloom! We weren’t expecting it, so it’s a wonderful surprise
The Second Lady of the United States, Karen Pence, visited Australia in April, and Hawthorn Press author Catherine Camden Pratt was invited to meet her.