BOOKS FOR ALLIANCE FOR CHILDHOOD Page 5
A work of imagination about the conflict in Sierra Leone - the sufferings of child soldiers & their families.
Educator Betty Peck celebrates the power of Kindergarten to help children find their creativity.
The results of children watching TV and using computers for 5 hours daily - how to counter balance this
This book presents a plan for creating a culturally sensitve curriculum for Tibetan Children in exile.
The journal for Steiner Waldorf Early childhood.
TV has become the British obsession; its become our main source of communication; read here how the figures are frightening
The Genius of Play written by Sally Jenkinson, addresses what play is, why it matters and hwo modern life endangers children's play.
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
An illustrated powerful and moving book that is both an important souvenir and a stunning picture book to be treasured - UN CONVENTION OF RIGHTS
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