This brilliant review was written by Nimue Brown for Spiral Nature Magazine, and is reproduced here with kind permission. Many thanks to them both for their enthusiasm!
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.
Christmas Posting Dates
Hello all! To ensure that you get your books in time for Christmas, we recommend that you place orders by the fourteenth at the latest. This is for UK addresses. Books ordered later may still arrive in time, but there is no guarantee.
The Hawthorn Press Team
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
We are delighted to be working with Pepper and Pine on this giveaway, open for a week worldwide.
This wonderful review comes from Luce at adventureswithmonster – we’re having such a brilliant week for reviews this week! Thank you Luce for reading, reviewing, and letting us use your fantastic words.
“Lederach speaks of ‘remembering forward’. Adam Curle possessed a wholeness of perception that transcended his own era. This collection not only honours him, but also brings his thinking to a new generation.” —Clive Barrett on Adam Curle: Radical Peacemaker
“One of the best books on writing poetry.” —Lorraine Lordi on Sing Me The Creation
“Form drawing is in a way akin to meditation – ten minutes a day, when purposefully executed, confers considerable benefits.” —Trevor Dance on Form Drawing and Colouring
“Get it for yourself! Never mind the little ones.” —Bookwitch on Findus Goes Fishing
“It is refreshing to see a book that puts science at the heart of learning, and links other subjects to the science, rather than the other way around.” —Journal of Emergent Science on Science Through Stories
“The most annoying book I have ever read, as the author seems to have had a more interesting life than I’ve had.” —John Cleese on Where on Earth is Heaven?