Here is a useful compendium of information, recipes, and anecdotes from Waldorf kindergarten teacher Lisa Hildreth—a rich book for teachers, parents, and anyone who cares for young children. Create soups, breads, and fruit dishes with children, while learning and teaching them how various foods affect us and how to use healthy ingredients to make delicious and nutritious snacks.
himsically and joyously illustrated by kindergarten teacher Jo Valens, you will find yourself turning to this book time and again when it's snack time. The author has also included a chapter on birthday and festival foods.
Lisa Hildreth worked for ten years as a technical writer in the computer industry before she learned of Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy. She holds an masters degree in education, with a focus on Waldorf early childhood education, as well as a masters in English. Lisa is a kindergarten teacher at the Susquehanna Waldorf School and lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with her husband Arthur and sons David and Robert.
Jo Valens teaches kindergarten at the Rudolf Steiner School in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, where she and husband share a beautiful garden in which she works, draws, and seek communion with the elemental world.