Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (48 of 53)
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I'm a waldorf-inspired home educating mother to two wonderful kids - a boy and a girl. We love books, crafts, history, nature, dressing up, art, our catholic faith, and adventures and most of our purchases on amazon reflect that.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 15,691 - Total Helpful Votes: 48 of 53
The Reluctant Rajput (Yellow Go Bananas) by Richard Moverley
This is an interesting and engaging story of a boy who imagines himself back in time. It features some rich vocabulary and plenty of new, more complicated words plus plenty of detail about the protagonist's life in the here and now with historical information. The recipe attracted my son's attention as much as the swashbuckling elements did.
The Third Gift by Linda Sue Park
The Third Gift by Linda Sue Park
5.0 out of 5 stars Just breathtaking, 24 May 2014
The pictures alone are wondrous and draw one into the pages, and the story manages to combine a factual description of the resin gathering process with wonder and reverence, in a way that gently glances towards the Christmas story in a manner that would suit families of all faiths or none. It is a joy to read aloud.
Painting and Drawing in Waldorf Schools: Classes 1&hellip by Thomas Wildgruber
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thorough and indepth, 24 May 2014
This book has been helpful to me as a waldorf inspired home educating parent. There are PLENTY of examples as it is primarily a visual book, with lots of detail and guidance as to the hows, whys and whens of art in a waldorf setting. I highly recommend it.

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