Growing toward peace: stories from teachers and parents about real children learning to live peacefully

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Herald Press, 1993 - Political Science - 336 pages
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Offers inspiring illustrations of peace development contributed by Goshen College elementary education alumni scattered across the world. Their experiences as parents, teachers in both public and private schools and Sunday schools, and in church communities, both rural and urban, are edited by Kathryn Aschliman.

This book shows parents and teachers ways to provide children with an island of peace and sanity in a world of fear, war, and brokenness -- and to counter violence appearing in books, games, toys, music, videos, and television.

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Foreword by Peter and Elfrieda Dyck
How Can Children Live Confidently in Spite of Fear

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