Rudolf Steiner in the Waldorf School

Rudolf Steiner

Translated by Catherine Creeger


If you would like a picture of Rudolf Steiner the man, this is the book. Between these two covers is a collection of short talks Rudolf Steiner gave, usually to the children, sometimes to the parents and teachers, at the Waldorf School. What emerges from these pages is a warm, engaging, funny human being, someone who loved the children and cared deeply about their lives at the Waldorf School. That Steiner could make immediate direct contact with the children and that they responded by hanging on his every word is evident on each page. Please do read this book.

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