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The Little Book of Circle Processes : A New/Old Approach to Peacemaking (The Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding Series) (Little Books of Justice & Peacebuilding) Paperback – June 1, 2005
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About the Author
Kay Pranis is a trainer and writer on Peacemaking Circles and restorative justice. She served as the Restorative Justice Planner for the Minnesota Department of Corrections from 1994 to 2003.
Since 1998, Kay has conducted Circle trainings in a diverse range of communities—from schools to prisons to workplaces to churches, and from rural towns in Minnesota to Chicago’s South Side to Montgomery, Alabama.
She has written numerous articles on restorative justice and co-wrote Peacemaking Circles: From Crime to Community.
Kay’s intention in her work is to create spaces in which people can be in more loving connection with each other. Kay’s experience as a parent and a community activist form the foundation of her vision for peacemaking and community-building.
Top Customer Reviews
The book is well written, clear and concise. The author is knowledgeable and has much practical (and inspirational) experience. I enjoyed the brief stories and examples used in the book, which seemed fitting for the subject.
I did find it somewhat redundant in how it introduced the core elements of Circles in the second chapter, and then attempted to explain them further in a separate chapter (c 6). I didn't find much additional info in the chapter on the core elements, though some expansion of ideas previously introduced was helpful. I wondered if the limited space in the book could have been better used to cover additional content (The "Little Books of Justice & Peacebuilding" series seems to be wisely limited to 90 pages). I was glad that the author did address various challenges to implementing Circles in the book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is both inspirational and practically helpful. It's a short, easy read with lots of good guidance and insight. Highly recommended!Published 8 months ago by LJK
The book is direct and to the point. Very easy to read and use.Published 14 months ago by Shaun Paul
Eh, not too informative. Very basic. I can get more information some where else. It took me literally 5 min. to read. A skim tells you all about the book.Published 17 months ago by D