All Year Round

Christian Calendar of Celebrations

All Year Round

All Year Round

By  Ann Druitt
Christine Fynes- Clinton
Marije Rowling


9781869890476
$20.00 Paperback
 09/01/1995
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09/01/1995
Hawthorn Press

WORLD ***

7.8 X 9.8 in
320 pg


FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Parenting / General

This book is a treasure trove of tomorrow's fond childhood memories, all mingled with a mix of colored thread, delicious cooking smells, softly sparkling candlelight, and the snatches of favorite songs. Brimming with stories, poems, activities, things to make, and songs,

All Year Round offers a friendly guide to the seasonal round of festivals. Helpful drawings and diagrams illustrate this practical book. It contains a wealth of experience that can help families find their own way around the year.

Parents are encouraged to develop their traditions and family ways using this as a springboard. As the authors say, "the words are ours, the festivals are yours."

The authors believe that observing a round of festivals is an enjoyable way of bringing rhythm into children's lives, a way of providing meaningful landmarks to look forward to. Experiencing the unfolding year through stories, poems, and making seasonal tables encourages a love of nature. Each festival has a character of its own, bringing a special gift to family life. Celebrating together is important for families in all kinds of ways.

This book offers suggestions about how to get going to all those who wish to deepen their understanding of the festive year.

"Delightful illustrations, hundreds of things to make, recipes to enjoy, and songs to share make this book a real family treasury." The Green Parent


“Inspirational, crammed full of information. A lovely book for festivals and celebrations.” Education Otherwise


Ann Druitt divides her time between teaching and writing. - Christine Fynes-Clinton works as a music teacher and doll-maker and leads workshops on festivals and family life. -

Marije Rowling was an art teacher in Holland before she came to study in England. A wife and mother, Marije has spent her time as a homemaker, crafter, artist, and teacher, weaving the Waldorf thread into a very rich tapestry.