Realizing his fate is to be spareribs, a pig disguises himself as a boy, runs away, finds employment, and becomes friends with a little girl.
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Here is an irresistible collection of animals to knit in soft, natural materials: ducklings, teddy bears, lambs, piglets, hedgehog, a handsome rooster, and many more.
Most of the projects can be knitted quickly and cheaply with small odds and ends (read more)
The essential elements of Waldorf Education are contained and explained in this book, written and edited by members of the Pedagogical Section Council of North America. Years of experience, study, research and dialogue created this powerful reduction of Waldorf education (read more)
This story is for the young child, written by Norah Romer with five watercolour illustrations by Heather Jarman. It tells the story of the young children waiting to travel with Father Time from Heaven down to Earth, on their Birthday.
This is such a dear little book. René Querido invites us along on two lovely excursions: the first, into the world of the child between ages 0 and 3; the second, into the world of Raphael's Sistine Madonna and then (read more)