Warmth

Nurturing Children's Health and Wellbeing

By Edmond Schoorel

Translator: Barbara Mees

Format: Paperback

A unique and practical book on one of the key building blocks of life, essential for healthy child development.

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Floris Books

Floris Books is an independent publishing company based in Edinburgh, Scotland. In 2016 Floris won the Saltire Society Scottish Publisher of the Year. Floris Books is the largest children's book publisher in Scotland and are well known for the Kelpies range of Scottish children's books. They also publish international children’s books and an extensive list of non-fiction books, including alternative education, agriculture, health, parenting and religion.

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Warmth is a hand-knitted woolly jumper and a crackling fire in the grate. Warmth is a smile when we need encouragement and a hug when things aren't going our way. This one word has so many powerful, positive associations.


Warmth is one of the basic building blocks of existence; without it, there would be no life or growth. As parents we want our children to be warm - physically and emotionally. We raise them to be warm people full of compassion and hope.


In the first book of its kind, anthroposophical therapist Edmond Schoorel explores the role of warmth across many aspects of child development, including:


-- physical warmth and what children should wear;


-- the role of warmth in bodily processes such as growth, energy and health;


-- the importance of emotional warmth;


-- warmth of spirit, or enthusiasm.


This fascinating and practical book gives parents and caregivers valuable insight into how to nurture different aspects warmth in everyday family life, and will also be useful for teachers and anyone who works with children.

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Additional Information

Format Paperback
Imprint Floris Books
Publication Date 21 Sep 2017
ISBN 9781782504436
Number of Pages 120

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