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Stories for the Festivals of the Year: Told for Children ePub download

by Irene Johansen,Alan Stott,Henry Marshall,Pauline Wehrle

  • Author: Irene Johansen,Alan Stott,Henry Marshall,Pauline Wehrle
  • ISBN: 1869981499
  • ISBN13: 978-1869981495
  • ePub: 1473 kb | FB2: 1841 kb
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Robinswood Press (September 16, 1993)
  • Pages: 108
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 683
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Stories for the Festivals of the Year: Told for Children ePub download

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Stories for the Festivals of the Year is a book that will be particularly appreciated by children aged six to nine years. At this age, children relate easily to the pictorial language of fairy tales and legends where both human and supernatural beings are closely connected. Irene Johanson is much at home in the world of these images and has retold some major events of Christ's life with this approach. The result is a pleasure, not just for younger children, but for the whole family. Even adults can find new perspectives from the telling of these stories. Ideally, they should be read aloud or, better still, retold to the child or family together, especially as they link to the Christian Festivals around the year.
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Stories to engage children in wonder and imagination!
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A lovely, whimsical book for use in families wanting to take a Waldorf-style approach to developing your home's rhythm around the Christian calendar and the natural seasons. Full of fairy-tales that are accessible for children aged 6-10.
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