Yasmine Thebault
Stories are magical. They provide the most effective routes by which children make sense of the world. If we believe that education is a moral enterprise, and we aspire for our children to become personally successful but also to use their gifts to build community and enhance the common good, then we must educate them to think critically, value differences and embrace pluralism.

Sharon and Paul show us the way! Practitioners in early years will welcome this book as a scaffold, supporting their desire to engage children, make learning joyful and plan for cross-curricular outcomes with clarity and vision.
Guest | 02/11/2006 00:00
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