Faith in Children: Stories From Faith-based Children's Centers.
FAITH IN CHILDREN: Stories From Faith-based Children's Centers. Roberta R. Owens, Franklin, TN: Providence House Publishers, 2007. 264 pp. Softcover soft·cov·er
Not bound between hard covers: softcover books; a softcover edition. , $34.95. Many preschool youngsters attend private faith-based programs. This book sensitively addresses many facets of such faith-based education and focuses on enhancing awareness and encouragement of more prosocial harmonious actions among preschoolers, teachers, and families. The book's focus is somewhat narrow, as it is definitely addressed to Christian-sponsored preschool education preschool education: see kindergarten; nursery school.
Childhood education during the period from infancy to age five or six. Institutions for preschool education vary widely around the world, as do their names (e.g. faculties and would not be necessarily appropriate for facilities serving children of other faiths. Given that limitation, the breadth and variety of topics addressed in each chapter makes this an admirable addition for the library of a Christian preschool. To illustrate, among the topics addressed are: loving and perceptive behaviors for positive implementation of inclusion of a typical children in a program; caring for children during disasters; helping children experiencing grief in their families or with peers or teachers; celebrating children's good choices; sharing church space; and use of puppets and storytelling Storytelling
semi-legendary fabulist of ancient Greece. [Gk. Lit.: Harvey, 10]
Baron traveler grossly embellishes his experiences. [Ger. Lit. to enhance faith and kindness. All stakeholders Stakeholders
All parties that have an interest, financial or otherwise, in a firm-stockholders, creditors, bondholders, employees, customers, management, the community, and the government. who want to promote the establishment of a faith-based preschool program as an integral part of a Christian community will find the advice in this volume to be valuable. Reviewed by Alice Sterling Honig, Professor Emerita Emerita is a honorary title retained corresponding to that held immediatey before retirement. (associated with retired from service) --Kabir4you2002 11:55, 28 September 2007 (UTC)