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    When Fragments Make a Whole: A Personal Journey Through Healing Stories in the Bible

    by  • 14 February 2024 • Anthroposophy, Extract, Religion, The Christian Community • 0 Comments

    During a difficult time in her life, writer, editor and longtime student of anthroposophy, Lory Widmer Hess turned to the accounts of Jesus’s work on earth for comfort and inspiration. She wrote poems about the lives of the people who had been touched by Christ and, over several years, added personal reflections that explored...

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    The Biodynamic Movement in Britain: A History of the First 100 Years

    by  • 2 February 2024 • Biodynamics, Extract • 0 Comments

    Biodynamics grew out of Rudolf Steiner’s Agriculture Course, a series of lectures he gave in 1924. It is now an inspirational worldwide movement bringing a uniquely holistic, organic agriculture to farms, vineyards and gardens. In The Biodynamic Movement in Britain: A History of the First 100 Years, Bernard Jarman, former Director of the Biodynamic...

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    The Art of Elsa Beskow

    by  • 31 January 2024 • Children's Books, Design and Illustration, Elsa Beskow, Picture Books • 0 Comments

    Bring vintage style to your home (or office as we’ve done!) with Elsa Beskow’s iconic illustrations – perfect for a nursery, living room or bedroom. The Art of Elsa Beskow is a beautiful collection of twenty pull-out, frameable prints from the renowned Swedish author-illustrator. Elsa Beskow’s picture books have been beloved by adults and children...

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    Why we love wordless picture books

    by  • 18 January 2024 • Gerda Muller, Sarah Laidlaw, Seasons, Through the Seasons • 0 Comments

    Can you read a book without words? At Floris we certainly think that yes, you can! In this type of book, the story emerges through exploring the illustrations, rather than the words on the page. Caregivers and children can become more involved in the storytelling process – naming characters and spotting details. Reading a...

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