The Star of the Sea

William Ward; Illustrated by Pamela Dalton

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A story of hope and redemption as a boy finds his way in the world. For Steiner-Waldorf classes 7-9.

254 x 178 mm
Waldorf Publications
Story Books & Anthologies; Waldorf Publications
Age Range:
From 8 to 10 years
148 pages
Publication date:
06 Aug 2020


The Star of the Sea is a story of hope and redemption. Born into poverty, Luke must find his way through tough challenges to discover his inner worth. His encounters with an assortment of characters slowly transform his heart through kindness and spiritual insight.

Written by an experienced Waldorf teacher for teenagers in Classes 7-9 (age 13-16), this book is ideal for classroom use and storytelling groups.

Beautifully illustrated with illuminated letters by the award-winning artist Pamela Dalton.


William Ward was a Waldorf class teacher at the Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School in upstate New York. He took three classes from Class 1 to Class 8 and was a beloved member of the school community -- a brilliant storyteller, gifted woodworker and father of two daughters.

Pamela Dalton is a nationally acclaimed and masterful artist and Scheren-schnitte craftsperson. Her work is also featured in The Sun with Loving Light, a collection of songs, verses, poems, and stories for early readers.

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