You don't have to be a follower of Rudolph Steiner or have a child in a Waldorf school to see the value in this 258-page book published in 2009; it's really for anyone who is searching for some ideas and ways to raise children more consciously, calmly, and playfully. We think this a motivating resource for bringing more joy and reverence into the family home.
The most commonly cited likes for this product are:
- Chapter 2 about getting rid of "stuff" and toys is especially helpful
- Useful and motivating information
User reviews frequently note these disadvantages:
- Writing may be a bit verbose