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Books: Young Friends Book Shelf

Oh No, George By Chris Haughton. Candlewick Press, 2012. 32 pages. $15.99/hardcover. Recommended for ages 2 and up Reviewed by […]

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A Young Friend’s Bookshelf: May 2012

Prayers for All Seasons             By Sophie Piper. Illustrated by Elena Temporin. Lion UK, 2011. 64 […]

Posted in: Quaker Book Reviews
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Teaching Peace: Students Exchange Letters with Their Teacher

By Colman McCarthy. Vanderbilt University Press, 2015. 194 pages. $22.95/paperback; $9.99/eBook. This book is not a “new release,” per se, […]

David Austin is a member of Haddonfield (N.J.) Meeting. He lives in Marlton, N.J., where he teaches middle school world history and Holocaust studies.

Posted in: January 2017 Books, January 2017: Quakers in the Workplace
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Books May 2014

A Young Friends Bookshelf

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Milestones, September 2012

Obituaries for Martin Michael Beer, Richard Sternoff Beyer, Elizabeth Koop Buck, Walter Henry Glass, Dale K Miller, and Armin Louis […]

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Viewpoint and Forum October 2014

Letters from our readers.

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Can Quakerism Survive?

Why is there no vision of the future of Quakerism?

Donald W. McCormick was a professor for 30 years. He taught leadership and organizational change. Currently he is the director of education for Unified Mindfulness, a mindfulness teacher training organization. He is a member of Grass Valley Meeting in Nevada City, Calif. Contact: [email protected].

Posted in: Features, February 2018
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Forum: August 2013

Responses from our readers.

Forum letters should be sent with the writer's name and address to [email protected] Letters may be edited for length and clarity. Because of space constraints, we cannot print every letter.

Posted in: August 2013: Parenting, Forum
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