The Sun with Loving Light

Edited by Stephen Bloomquist; Illustrated by Pamela Dalton

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  • A beautiful collection of verses, poems, song and stories for children
  • Suitable for children in classes 1-3 in Waldorf schools (aged 6-10)
  • Elegant, linen-bound hardcover edition

A beautiful collection of verses, poems, song and stories for children in Classes 1 to 3 in Waldorf schools.

Format:
hardback
Size:
280 x 216 mm
Publisher:
Waldorf Publications
Subject:
Steiner-Waldorf Education; Waldorf Publications
Illustrations:
colour illustrations
Age Range:
From 7 to 10 years
Extent:
110 pages
ISBN:
9781936367634
Publication date:
15 May 2015

Description

This is a beautiful collection of verses, poems, song and stories for children in Classes 1 to 3 in Waldorf schools, presented in an elegant linen-bound hardcover edition.

Based on Caroline von Heydebrand's reader for the first Stuttgart Waldorf school, Der Sonne Licht, the book brings together traditional stories from around the world, including some by Rudolf Steiner, songs in the mood of the fifth, and poems which bring the full joy of the English language to young children.

The collection is lightly illustrated by acclaimed Scherenschnitte (paper-cutting) artist, Pamela Dalton.

Author

Stephen Bloomquist has taught four Waldorf classes from Class 1 to Class 8 in Lexington, near Boston, Massachusetts. He is an adjunct faculty member in the education department at Antioch New England University, and is currently the New England representative to the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America.

Pamela Dalton is an award-winning artist who specialises in the ancient paper cutting craft of 'Scherenschnitte'. She has decorated the president's Christmas tree at the White House in Washington, DC.

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