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Membermaggie davis
Typebook
TitleRoots of Peace, Seeds of Hope: A Journey for Peacemakers
DescriptionA highly-praised book, recommended for young people, homeschooling parents and classroom teachers--all human beings eager to widen their understanding of true history. Readers discover the essence of what Native and non-Native people have been to one another in this country. They are reminded of their own capacity for good and for peace and for making a better difference in the world, no matter what their ages or the circumstances of their lives.

"A beautiful book, both to hold and look at--and especially in its spirit."
- Howard Zinn, author of People's History of the United States

"Written in the spirit of Albert Schweitzer's principle of 'Reverence for Life', Roots of Peace will be an inspiration to many who aspire to such an ethic in their own lives."
-Howard Robles,founder/president of Albert Schweitzer's Institute for the Humanities

"Roots of Peace needs to be in the schools. What a timely, important message for children and adults, too, who have been brought up in this society. This is a book for every young person, parent and teacher."
-Ann Rush, co-founder, Peace Pilgrim Center

"A friend gave me a copy of Roots of Peace, Seeds of Hope. What an extraordinary gem! We have developed a Peace Curriculum in our Montessori Adolescent Program which is compelling; your little essays fit beautifully."
-Patricia Ludick, Montessori School of Raleigh, NC

"In its simplicity and directness, this book provides a profound education in the way of peace. It evokes the changes we all need to embrace to become peacemakers."
- Matthew Fox, author of Original Blessing

"The best course on right living for children in print . . . Roots of Peace, Seeds of Hope is a great healing and lives its titles' promise."
- Jeannine Parvati, author of Hygieia: A Woman's Herbal

"A difficult story told with great sensitivity--one that we as well as our young people need to know. We hope Roots of Peace receives wide distribution."
-John Hoyt, Chief Executive of the Humane Society of the United States

"There should be more books like this."
- Jake Swamp, a traditional Chief of the Wolf Clan of the Mohawk Nation
 
Roleauthor
Year1994 
Informationhttp://heartsongbooks.com 
Orderinghttp://heartsongbooks.com/order.html or amazon.com 
PublisherHeartsong Books 

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