Favela Children - a Brazilian Diary
Translated by Frank Thomas Smith
181 pages, $3.00
About the author
Ute Craemer is an educator and social worker who has dedicated over thirty years of her life teaching and nurturing the poor children of the favelas (slums) in Brazil. As an experienced "Waldorf" teacher - the school movement initiated by Rudolf Steiner - 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.
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