Wendolyn’s Resources (All Available for Loan)
“Giving Thanks; A Native American Good Morning Message.” Chief Jake Swamp. (1995.) Lee & Low Books Inc.
“Crinkleroot’s Book of Animal Tracking.” Jim Arnosky. (1979.) Bradbury Press.
“Ceremony- In the Circle of Life.” White Deer of Autumn. (1983.) Beyond Words Publishing.
“Hidden Stories in Plants; Unusual and Easy-to-Tell Stories from Around the World Together with Creative Things to Do While Telling Them.” Anne Pellowski. (1990.) Macmillan Publishing Company.
“Storytelling with Children.” Nancy Mellon. (2000.) Hawthorn Press.
“Native American Stories.” Joseph Bruchac, Michael J. Caduto. (1991.) Fulcrum Publishing.
“Native American Animal Stories.” Joseph Bruchac, Michael J. Caduto. (1992.) Fulcrum Publishing.
“Native American Plant Stories.” Joseph Bruchac, Michael J. Caduto. (1995.) Fulcrum Publishing.
“Gateways; Poems, Songs, Stories collected by Kindergarten Teachers from Steiner Schools in Britain for use in their work.” (1983.) Wynstones Press.
“Spring; Poems, Songs, Stories collected by Kindergarten Teachers from Steiner Schools in Britain for use in their work.” (1983.) Wynstones Press.
“Autumn; Poems, Songs, Stories collected by Kindergarten Teachers from Steiner Schools in Britain for use in their work.” (1983.) Wynstones Press.
“Pentatonic Songs; for Nursery, Kindergarten, and Grades I and II.” Elisabeth Lebret. (1985.) The Waldorf School Association of Ontario.
“Rise Up Singing; 1200 Songs, Words, Chords, Sources.” Peter Blood-Patterson. (1988.) A Sing Out Publication.
“Rhythms, Rhymes, Games, and Songs for the Lower School; Aids to English Teachers in Waldorf Schools.” Christoph Jaffke. (1982.)
“Circle of Song; Songs, Chants, and Dances for Ritual and Celebration.” Kate Marks. (1993.) Full Circle Press.
” Nursery School & Kindergarten Finger Games with Sheet Music” Replica of the antique original
” Easy-to-tell Stories for Young Children” by Annette Harrison
Activity Guides for Parents and Children
“Nature with Children of All Ages; Activities and Adventures for Exploring, Learning, and Enjoying the World Around Us.” Edith A. Sisson. (1982.) Prentice Hall Press.
“Hug a Tree; And Other Things to do Outdoors with Young Children.” Robert E. Rockwell, Elizabeth A. Sherwood, Robert A. Williams. (1983.) Gryphon House, Inc.
“The Harvest Craft Book.” Thomas Berger. (1992.) Floris Books.
“Magic Wool; Creative Activities with Natural Sheep’s Wool.” Dagmar Schmidt, Freya Jaffke. (1993.) Floris Books.
“Trails, Tails, & Tide-pools in Pails; Over 100 Nature Based Activities for Families with Babies and Young Children.” By the Docents of Nursery Nature Walks. (1992.) Nursery Nature Walks.
“Toad Cottages & Shooting Stars; Grandma’s Bag of Tricks.” Sharon Lovejoy. (2009.) Workman Publishing.
“Dinner from Dirt: ten meals kids can grow and cook” by Emily Scott & Catherine Duffy
“Teaching kids to Love the Earth” by Marina Lachecki, Joseph Passineau, Ann Linnea, Paul Treuer
“Native American Games and Stories” by James Bruchas and Joseph Bruchac
“The Little hands Nature Book: Earth, Sky, Critters & More by Nancy Fusco Castaldo
“The Children’s Year” By Stephanie Cooper , Chritien Fynes-Clinton & Marye Rowling
“Lens on OUtdoor Learning” by Wendy Banning, Ginny Sullivan
“Simple Environmental Activities for Young Children: Earthways” by Carl Petrash
” My First Nature Book: A life-size guide to discovering the world around you
Parenting/ Child Development
“Your One-Year-Old,” through “Your Twelve-Year-Old.” Louise Bates Ames, Ph.D., Frances L. Ilg, M.D., Carol Chase Haber, M.A. (1982.) Dell Publishing.
“Parenting from the Inside Out; How a Deeper Self-Understanding can Help you Raise Children Who Thrive.” Daniel J. Siegel, M.D., Mary Hartzell, M.Ed. (2003.) Penguin Books.
“Play; How it Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul.” Stuart Brown, M.D., with Christopher Vaughan. (2009.) Penguin Books.
“Self-Esteem: A Family Affair.” Jean Illsley Clarke. (1978.) Harper & Row.
“Nokken, A Garden for Children; A Danish Approach to Waldorf-Based Child Care.” Helle Heckmann. A Center for Anthroposophy.
“Last Child in the Woods; Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder.” Richard Louv. (2006.) Algonquin Books.
“Nature’s Playground; Activities, Crafts, and Games to Encourage Children to get Outdoors.” Fiona Danks, Jo Schofield. (2005.) Frances Lincoln Limited.
“The Bay Area Forager; Your Guide to Edible Wild Plants of the San Francisco Bay Area.” Mia Andler, Kevin Feinstein. (2011.) The Foraging Society Press.
“Coyote’s Guide to Connecting with Nature.” Jon Young, Ellen Haas, Evan McGown. (2010.) Owlink Media Corporation.
“The Encyclopedia of Tracks & Scats; A comprehensive Guide to the Trackable Animals of the United States and Canada.” Len McDougall. (2004.) The Lyons Press.
“What the Robin Knows: How Bird Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World” by Jon Young
More Special Treasures from Wendolyn
“The Singing Creek Where the Willows Grow; The Mystical Nature Diary of Opal Whiteley.” Biography and Afterword by Benjamin Hoff. (1920.) Penguin Books.
“Born for Love; Why Empathy is Essential- and Endangered.” Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D., Maia Szalavitz. (2010.) Harper Books.
” Field Guide to the SLUG: Explore the secret world of slugs & their kin in forests, fields & gardens from Souteast Alask to
California” by David George Gordon