Silence (Godly Play) (Paperback)
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This illustrated book for children captures the mindfulness, measured pace, and pauses that children experience in the Godly Play(R) circle or a supplement to any child's bookshelf.
Silence is important for children; it is the stillness--both internal and external--that children need in today's frenzied world. Godly Play founder Jerome Berryman offers children (and those who love them) a means to contemplate words and images, to develop a comfort level with silence that creates a foundation for wonder and the creative process. "Contemplative Silence" is a core component of Godly Play as found in all sacred story, parables, and liturgical action lessons presented to children. In each lesson, children encounter silence during entering, the lesson, wondering, art and material responses, the feast, and saying good-bye.
This companion to the Complete Guide to Godly Play volumes will find a home in all Godly Play rooms as well as other formation settings for children: homes, churches, Episcopal schools, and hospitals.
Age range: 3 - 8 years old
About the Author
JEROME W. BERRYMAN is the founder of Godly Play and has wide experience working with children ages 2-18. Writer, lecturer and workshop leader, Rev. Berryman is Senior Fellow of the Center for the Theology of Childhood. He is the author of The Complete Guide to Godly Play, Teaching Godly Play, Children and the Theologians, and The Spiritual Guidance of Children: Montessori, Godly Play and the Future.LOIS KILBERG is a realist artist working primarily in watercolor and also fluent in digital art, charcoal, and pencil techniques. She lives in Hudson, New Hampshire, and her art is found in many private collections in the U.S. She has received numerous commissions and has participated in public art projects, including creating art for the Iron Rangers at the Wachusett Mountain State Reservation, Massachusetts. The lyrical and harmonious qualities found in Lois' artwork reflect her life-long interest in music. She earned a BA in Music Composition from Wheaton College, Illinois before she pursued her career in fine art and after attending the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. She is a member of the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce, Nashua Area Artists Association, and NH Made. Visit loislegacyart.com.