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Designing Regenerative Food Systems
And why we need them now
Marina O'Connell
A unique toolkit of resilient food production systems, including biodynamic, organic, agroforestry,  regenerative, agroecological and permaculture methods, with illustrated case studies, references and resources.
Fairytales, Families & Forests
Storytelling with young children
Dawne McFarlane
Georgiana Keable
You will discover that you are a storyteller. As you tell your fairytale, your children will open their eyes wide and stare at you in wonder. But they won’t see you. They will look through you to a world of magic and mountains connecting them with nature.
Festivals Together
Guide to multicultural celebration
This special book for families and teachers helps you celebrate festivals from cultures from all over the world. Introducing a selection of 26 Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh festivals, it offers a lively introduction to the wealth of different ways of life.
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Festivals, Family and Food
Guide to seasonal celebration
Diana Carey
Judy Large
This family favourite is a unique, well loved source of stories, recipes, things to make, activities, poems, songs and festivals.
Finding Quiet Strength
Emotional Intelligence, Embodied Awareness
Judith Kleinman
At some point, most of us need help with the challenges of life. Finding Quiet Strength is a practice of being present in a way that develops our emotional intelligence and embodied awareness, enabling us to navigate the many ups and downs of being human.
Findus and the Christmas Tomte
Sven Nordqvist
Snow is falling on Pettson’s farm, and Christmas is approaching. Findus, the talking cat, tells Pettson that he is excited about the Yule Tomte visiting and bringing gifts. Oh dear! thinks Pettson, How can I explain that the Yule Tomte may not visit cats? So Pettson resolves to build a secret Tomte, what could possibly go wrong?
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Findus and the Fox
Sven Nordqvist
There's a hen-hunting fox on the loose. But farmer Pettson and his quirky cat Findus agree that foxes shouldn't be killed. They should be tricked. They come up with a fabulous plan which makes for an explosive, unforgettable night.
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Findus at Christmas
Sven Nordqvist
It is the day before Christmas Eve and there is lots to do, but disaster strikes when Pettson sprains his ankle. How can Findus and Pettson celebrate Christmas now, with no tree, ham, meatballs or gingerbread?
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Findus Goes Camping
Sven Nordqvist
One day, Findus finds a tent in the attic. Pettson starts imagining how it will be going camping by the lake, catching fish and grilling them over the fire as the sun sets. This is not exactly how things turn out, though, as Findus, Pettson and the hens try hiking and camping – in the garden.
Findus Goes Fishing; Sven Nordqvist; 9781907359729
Findus Goes Fishing
Sven Nordqvist
‘I’m in a bad mood and I want to be left alone,’ says Pettson. Findus the cat stares at him. He’s never seen the old farmer so grumpy. I must cheer him up, he thinks. Somehow.
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Findus Moves Out
Sven Nordqvist
Every day at four o'clock in the morning, Findus likes to jump up and down on his bed. He wakes Pettson, who tells him to stop. Because cats really need their early morning exercise, Findus decides to find a house of his own where he can jump and bounce when he likes. But jumping on beds is one thing – living without Pettson is quite another...
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Findus Plants Meatballs
Sven Nordqvist
Sven Nordqvist
Farmer Pettson begins to sow his vegetables and because Findus does't like vegetables he decides to plant one of his meatballs instead. However, keeping the vegetable garden safe from the farm animals proves a hard task for Findus and Pettson.
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Findus Rules the Roost
Sven Nordqvist
The chickens are Findus' best friends, second only to Pettson. But one day, Pettson brings home a rooster. What happens next?
Findus, Food and Fun
Findus, Food and Fun
Seasonal Crafts and Nature Activities
Eva-Lena Larsson
Kennert Danielsson
Brimming with Sven Nordqvist's ingenious illustrations, here is a craft and activity book that will get you up and active.
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Form Drawing and Colouring
For Fun, Healing & Wellbeing
Angela Lord
Creative form drawing is a fascinating and meaningful artistic activity for health and wellbeing. It engages the right side of the brain through the flow of colour, form and movement. Form Drawing and Colouring: for Fun, Healing and Wellbeing offers space for personal creativity, with stunning colourful forms to stimulate originality. It aims be both calming and enlivening, and is a valuable aid to harmonising body and soul.
Free Equal and Mutual
Free, Equal and Mutual
Rebalancing Society for the Common Good
A centenary anthology that draws on Rudolf Steiner's vision for a free, equal and mutual society, a threefold commonwealth. Twenty cutting edge articles by 13 contributors show how the social threefold social order offers practical alternatives to the prevailing neo-liberal social order.
Games Children Play II
Games to develop social skills, teamwork, balance and coordination
Cory Waletzko
Kim John Payne
With 237 tried and tested games to play with children and groups of all ages, Games Children Play II is a thoroughly updated second edition of the classic, Games Children Play (1996) with new games added, by popular demand. It is designed to be a companion to the Waldorf Games Handbook for the Early Years (2020).
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Gardening for Life
The Biodynamic Way
Maria Thun
Biodynamic techniques recognise that plant life is intimately bound up with the life of the soil; that the soil itself is alive and that the degree of vitality influences the health of the crops. You will soon be able to grow quality produce which possesses vitality and has the highest flavour, through the nurture of the soil.
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Genius of Play
Celebrating the Spirit of Childhood
Children move like quick fire from the fantastic to the everyday, when free to express the genius of play. What is play? Why does it matter? Here is an outspoken Children's Play Charter for parents and teachers, which celebrates the playful spirit of childhood.
Healing Stories for Challenging Behaviour
Healing Stories for Challenging Behaviour
Susan Perrow
How the power of story can help resolve a range of common childhood behaviours and situations such as separation anxiety, bullying, sibling rivalry, nightmares and grieving.
Healing Storytelling
The Art of Imagination and Storymaking for Personal Growth
Nancy Mellon
Nancy Mellon explores the secrets of what makes a good story and how to become a confident storyteller from scratch.
In Place of the Self - How Drugs Work; Ron Dunselman; 9781903458266
In Place of the Self
How Drugs Work
Ron Dunselman
Ron Dunselman sheds important light on addiction, so that both individuals and professionals can make more informed choices. Drawing on extensive research with drug users and his rehabilitation work as a psychologist, he offers remarkable insights.
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Jumping Mouse
Brian Patten
This hero quest has enchanted generations of children since first publication in 1972.
Keeping up with Findus
Sven Nordqvist
Sven Nordqvist
Findus the talking cat challenges Pettson to join him as he runs, jumps and clambers around the farm. Pettson tries to keep up, with comical results. However, there is one thing that he is very good at!
Learning with Findus and Pettson
Numbers and Shapes
Sven Nordqvist
A fun activity book that will help young children learn the basics of counting, shape recognition and colours.
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