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    National Baking Week: Try our cherry focaccia

    by  • 16 October 2017 • Recipes • 0 Comments

    Have you been oohing and ahhing over the tantalising Great British Bake Off recipes week after week? Are you ready to try a simple (and delicious!) recipe? What better excuse than National Baking Week? This recipe for a cherry focaccia is taken from Pumpkin Soup and Cherry Bread, which is full of nourishing, family-friendly...

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    Michaelmas Crafts for the Classroom

    by  • 18 September 2017 • Crafts & Activities, Steiner-Waldorf Education • 0 Comments

    Get your classroom ready to celebrate Michaelmas with these easy Michaelmas crafts. Your class will love collecting brightly coloured leaves to create their own window artwork. Make a leaf window border for autumn, or celebrate Michaelmas with your own dragon design. Find more Michaelmas crafts in Crafts Through the Year. Autumn leaf decorations It...

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    Anthony (Tony) Jacobs-Brown

    by  • 28 July 2015 • News • 0 Comments

    Floris Books is sad to hear of the recent passing of Tony Jacobs-Brown, a former colleague and long-time friend. Below is an obituary, based on the eulogy by Darryl Coonan. Tony was born in London, England on August 24, 1954. He was an only child and was the first in his family to go...

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    What is Eurythmy?

    by  • 14 April 2015 • Steiner-Waldorf Education • 0 Comments

    Floris Books have published several books on Eurythmy, but if you’re not as familiar with the term as we are you might be asking yourself the question: ‘what is eurythmy?’ Eurythmy is a form of art movement initiated by Rudolph Steiner. It’s almost like a dance, and the aim is to make speech and...

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    Why should you read wordless picture books?

    by  • 10 February 2014 • Children's Books, Steiner-Waldorf Education • 0 Comments

    Rain or Shine cover

    Sharing stories with young children is widely acknowledged to be key in their development of literacy and communication skills. But many parents overlook the benefits of picture books without words. In this type of book, the story emerges through exploring the illustrations, rather than the words on the page. This leaves the child free...

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