This review appeared in The Social Artist Summer 2018, and was reviewed by Dr Frances Hutchinson. Many thanks to her for this thoughtful, considered review.
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.
Your child's first language£25.00
Sally Goddard Blythe with music by Michael Lazarev
The Parenting Toolkit
Simple Steps to Happy & Confident Children£16.99
Writing to Reading the Steiner Waldorf Way
Foundations of Creative Literacy in Classes 1 and 2£35.00
Abi Allanson and Nicky Teensma
Free, Equal and Mutual
Rebalancing Society for the Common Good£20.00
Martin Large and Steve Briault, editors
News & Reviews
Purple Dragonfly Book Award announced their winners recently, and we were extremely excited to have one of our books on the list!
Parenting Toolkit Workshop – Simple steps for happy and confident children. A workshop with Caroline Penney in the Stroud area, in November.
Creative Place-Based Environmental Education
Children and Schools as
Ecopreneurs for Change
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“Get it for yourself! Never mind the little ones.” —Bookwitch on Findus Goes Fishing
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