The Recovery of Man in Childhood

A. C. Harwood

Introduction by Douglas M. Sloan



The Recovery of Man in Childhood is perhaps the most comprehensive (and enjoyable!) presentation of the goals, the methods, the underlying worldview and, yes, the wonder of Waldorf Education and Rudolf Steiner’s pedagogy. A.C. Harwood was not only a master Waldorf teacher, he was also a gifted writer, poet, and thinker. Additionally, his approach to children, to teaching, to education and the needs of the world is always informed by a very warm heart. I think you’ll have a very, very good time reading this book – and reap a lifetime of insight and reflection in the bargain.

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