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Favela Children

- A Brazilian Diary
 Format: Paperback  Author: Ute Craemer  Category: Anthroposophy  Reading Age: Adult  Grade Level: Junior High School  Publisher: Anthroposophical Publications  Published: May 31, 2022  ISBN-10: 194830242X  ISBN-13: 9781948302425  ASIN: B09ZDNSFHS  Pages: 240  Language: English  Dimension: 6" x 0.5" x 9"  Item Weight: 11.6oz  Translator: Frank Thomas Smith  Add to Cart  Amazon  Amazon Kindle  Barnes & Noble  Bookshop org  Waterstones

Ute Craemer is an educator and social worker who has dedicated over fifty years of her life to teaching and nurturing the poor children of the favelas (slums) in Brazil. As an experienced Waldorf teacher, she has been able to understand the needs of the children and their families and provide them with the spiritual nourishment they cry out for. Favela Children is a moving and informative account of Ute’s Craemer’s work in the favelas and of her personal development. Everyone interested in education and social development will want to read this book. It was originally published in German and went through several editions. It is published here for the first time in English.

Born in 1938 in Germany, Ute Craemer pioneered Associação Comunitária Monte Azul, Alliance for Childhood in Brazil, and co-founded the World Social Initiative Forum. She has worked for many years in the favelas of Brazil. In this book, Ute movingly describes her social work amongst the poorest of the poor in the favelas of Brazil, using “Waldorf” educational methods and the anthroposophical world view.

Translated, and with an introduction, by Frank Thomas Smith.

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