The winner of Making a Family Home by Shannon Honeybloom (chosen at random) is Mia Cavalca who wrote:
While I am not a Waldorf-trained teacher, I have been fortunate over the 15 years I have been in the field of ECE to get to know and become friends with some amazing either Waldorf educators or ECE practitioners who grew up in a Waldorf setting. While my teaching philosophy is eclectic, I take a lot of inspiration from Rudolf Steiner’s ideas (nature, beautiful natural materials, rituals, just to name a few) and continue to read books that are somehow connected to Waldorf-inspired practice. Sharifa Oppenheimer’s book is one of my faves. I regularly follow Shannon’s blog and will add Moon Child to my list, for sure! Would LOVE to add Shannon’s book to my collection of resources and free is good right about now, as I have been without a job for nearly a year. (yay, for california’s budget cuts! not!)
For those of you who didn’t win, please note that Making a Family Home is available from Moon Child‘s Bookshop listed under the category “Homemaking.”
Thank you to Shannon for the great interview, and for offering a copy of her book!
I know two little girls that would just love to have the princess costume or playsilks…the imagination is endless with both!
Already was a fan of Bella Luna Toys on facebook, but I also just “liked” Sarah’s silks too, so hopefully that means we are also entered into the play silks giveaway!
Thank you to Sarah Lee of Sarah’s Silks for generously donating the giveaway items, thank you to Amanda Morgan for partnering with me, and thanks to all of YOU who entered, visited Shannon’s and Amanda’s blogs, and left your thoughtful comments.
But wait the fun’s not over! There’s one more way to win a free play silk from Sarah’s Silks. Become the 500th Friend of Bella Luna Toys on Facebook to win! If you become friend #500, leave a comment on our wall to claim your prize.