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Why can’t you just sit still?

By Maria Lyons, February 2019

Most parents at some point in their child’s life have given in to sheer frustration and cried out ‘Why can’t you just sit still?’ This is the question van Dort addresses in her short guide to movement and play in child development.  [more]

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Movement: Your child’s First Language

By Jill Taplin, December 2018

I am pleased to be able to review another book from by Sally Goddard Blythe. Her previous publications, such as What Babies and Children Really Need and The Well Balanced Child, have proved informative and helpful to parents, carers and teachers trying to create a supportive environment for the young child. [more]


Free, Equal and Mutual: Rebalancing Society for the Common Good

By Frances Hutchinson, November 2018

Twenty chapters by thirteen individual authors presenting their views on practical implementation of Rudolf Steiner’s societal vision present the reviewer with a daunting task.  [more]

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Christianity and the Ancient Mysteries: Reflections on Rudolf Steiner’s Christianity as Mystical Fact

By Rosemary
 Usselman, September 2018

In the 1950s and 1960s, Charles Kovacs was a class teacher at the Edinburgh Steiner School. It was his modus
 to write abundant notes in preparation for his lessons and a series of books have been published, compiled from these notes, on the subjects taught in the main lesson at Steiner schools.  [more]


12 really essential Qualities

By Valerie Taylor, July 2018

This book uses ‘12 essential qualities’, or values, to go on a journey in parenting children. The author encourages us to firstly look at the habit patterns we have, both of word and deed, and how appropriate they are and, where necessary, to transform these in order to create a world that is more nurturing for the children in our care and as a result of these changes less stressful for us. [more]



By Frances Hutchinson, June 2018

According to my spell-check, dictionary and thesaurus, the word ‘anthroposophy’ does not exist. Yet here we have an academic text, written by the Emerson Senior Lecturer at Harvard Divinity School, on the role of anthroposophy in the history and future of environmentalism.  [more]


Earth healing

By Marina N. Monteiro, November 2014

An artist, a teacher, a landscape architect, a healer, an incorrigible dreamer and visionary, a world-traveling regenerator, a craftsman who opens up blockages and brings light into matter. Johannes Matthiessen acclaims to be a little bit of all, a mixture of everything. And after reading his amazing book I could not agree more. [more]


International Mindedness

By Leo Unglaub, November 2014

The well-structured and accessible book with the title International Mindedness comprises a collection of articles by different members of the well-established and (naturally) far-flung community of International Schools (IS). 13 authors approach the subject from different angles, attempting to define what international mindedness is, providing context and presenting examples of how international mindedness can be practiced in schools. [more]


A Call for Care

By Griet Hellinckx, May 2014

Gary Lachman might be known to some as the author of a biography on Rudolf Steiner, to others as the founding member of the rock band Blondie. He is the author of a number of biographies and books that are concerned with western esoteric traditions and philosophies. In The Caretakers of the Cosmos the author basically asks the question why we humans are here on earth. While he does not claim to have the ultimate answer, he points out that scientists offer no satisfying explanations either. Modern science has us believe that we are ‘the chance product of an accidental universe’. As the way we look at life tremendously influences our behaviour and well-being, this outlook has led to feelings of nihilism, insignificance and powerlessness being... [more]


Waldorf Education – Just Like in the Movies!

By Ute Hallaschka, April 2014

Anyone under the impression that Waldorf Schools are averse to the media will be thinking differently by the end of these films: they will be thinking for themselves on the matter.  [more]

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