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Hope And Healing: Peaceful Parenting in an Uncertain World Paperback – September 1, 2002
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An antidote to fear, stress and doom. Reminds us that peace is more than possible." -- Peaceful Parenting 1/03
Inspiring and practical. -- LearningPeace.com 11/02
Provides hopeful, calming, and nurturing guidance. A wise and warm book." -- LearningPeace.com 11/02
This book is a blessing! -- ParentingBookMark 12/02
About the Author
Naomi Drew is recognized around the world as an expert on conflict resolution and peacemaking. Her book, Learning the Skills of Peacemaking was one of the first to introduce peacemaking to public education. Hailed as visionary, her work has enabled educators, parents, and people of all ages to live these skills on a daily basis. Now, in Hope and Healing: Peaceful Parenting an an Uncertain World, Ms. Drew helps parents do the most pressing job of our times: create peace. one family at a time.
Ms. Drews work has been recognized by educational leaders throughout the country. Author, Jonathan Kozol hailed her book, The Peaceful Classroom in Action as "ingenious and immensely practical" and United Nations staffer Michiko Kuroda has praised her work saying, "Naomi Drew has adapted the techniques of negotiation to the needs of children." A reader wrote, "Thank for your work -- it has brought peace back into our home."
People of all ages have attested to durable changes in their relationships after applying the principles Drew outlines. Her work has been featured in magazines, newspapers, radio, and national TV and she has served as a parenting expert for "Classroom Close-ups," an Emmy-winning public television show.
Naomi Drew is a dynamic speaker who has charmed audiences for the past 20 years. She serves as a consultant to school districts, parent groups, and civic organizations. An advisor to the New Jersey Association of Professional Mediators Ms. Drew headed the New Jersey State Bar Foundations conflict resolution advisory panel for eight years. She is a former teacher.
Ms. Drew has two grown sons who were raised in accordance with the principles she writes about. Their lives are testaments to the value of teaching peacemaking to children from the time they are young. She has over twenty years of experience in the field of peacemaking and conflict resolution and has inspired thousands of parents, children, and educators.
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