• Posts Tagged ‘picture books’

    Resources for parents

    by  • 24 March 2020 • Books, Child Health and Parenting, Children's Books, Crafts & Activities, Parenting, Steiner Waldorf Education • 0 Comments

    Dear Friends, In this time of uncertainty, when the world seems almost unrecognisable, we would like to send out our love and best wishes to our readers both near and far.  We’re in awe of the people being creative and supportive to their communities. In these tough times we all have to stick together...

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    How Does My Fruit Grow? Five fantastic fruit facts

    by  • 5 March 2019 • Gerda Muller, How Does My Fruit Grow • 0 Comments

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    Gerda Muller’s detailed but beautiful garden illustrations are a masterclass in combining art and education. In How Does My Fruit Grow?, Muller delightfully depicts a variety of fruit plants and trees, and gives young gardener Sophie some useful lessons along the way. Sophie wasn’t the only one to learn something in these fact-filled pages. So,...

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    Perfect Autumn Mushrooms

    by  • 8 October 2018 • Picture Books, Recipes • 0 Comments

    Now the harvest is in and the days have become crisp and cool we’re enjoying all of the fruits that autumn has to offer, or should we say all the mushrooms! In the classic style reminiscent of Elsa Beskow, Swedish illustrator Signe Aspelin explores the many fascinating and diverse varieties of mushrooms in her...

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    Sara Parrilli, illustrator of Through the Rainbow

    by  • 9 July 2018 • Lou Harvey-Zahra, Sara Parrilli, Steiner-Waldorf Education, Through the Rainbow • 0 Comments

    Art is a core part of the Steiner-Waldorf curriculum, helping children to develop emotionally, physically, socially and spiritually. Few know this better than Waldorf art teachers like Sara Parrilli. As well as being a teacher, Sara Parrilli is the illustrator of Through The Rainbow: A Waldorf Birthday Story for Children, as retold by Lou...

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