BOOKS FOR ALLIANCE FOR CHILDHOOD Page 5

 

A work of imagination about the conflict in Sierra Leone - the sufferings of child soldiers & their families.

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Educator Betty Peck celebrates the power of Kindergarten to help children find their creativity.

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The results of children watching TV and using computers for 5 hours daily - how to counter balance this

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This book presents a plan for creating a culturally sensitve curriculum for Tibetan Children in exile.

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The journal for Steiner Waldorf Early childhood.

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TV has become the British obsession; its become our main source of communication; read here how the figures are frightening

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The Genius of Play written by Sally Jenkinson, addresses what play is, why it matters and hwo modern life endangers children's play.

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The step-by-step method of Timed Settling is an especially effective way for desperate parents to help their babies over nine months, toddlers and young children to learn to settle themselves

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An illustrated powerful and moving book that is both an important souvenir and a stunning picture book to be treasured - UN CONVENTION OF RIGHTS

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Editor Sharna Olfman, Ph.D., partner in the Alliance for Childhood has research on the meaning of children's "play" by leading experts from a variety of disciplines

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