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ISBN:0892816376
Author: Jan Reynolds
ISBN13: 978-0892816378
Title: Mother and Child: Visions of Parenting from Indigenous Cultures
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ePUB size: 1946 kb
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Language: English
Category: Family Relationships
Publisher: Inner Traditions; Original ed. edition (October 1, 1996)
Pages: 112

Mother and Child: Visions of Parenting from Indigenous Cultures by Jan Reynolds



Reynolds was struck by the special relationship of these women and children and their deep connection with the natural environment. Her stories and photographs chronicle the ancient art of mothering and describe ways mothers in the modern world can incorporate these indigenous methods into their own lives. A lovely, simple photo-based book looking at mothering in indigenous cultures.

Jan Reynolds is a prizewinning photojournalist whose intrepid adventures have taken her to every continent, photographing and recording vanishing cultures to preserve their unique heritage for future generations. Reynolds was struck by the special relationship of these women and children and their deep connection with the natural environment.

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Reynolds, Jan, 1956-. Varying Form of Title: Mother and child. Publication, Distribution, et. Rochester, Vt. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Mother & child : visions of parenting from indigenous cultures, Jan Reynolds.

Reynolds was struck by the special relationship of these women and children and their deep connection with the natural environment.

Visions of Parenting from Indigenous Cultures. Price may vary by retailer. In Stock: Usually ships within 1 business day. About The Book. Mothers shape the world in which we live through the love and guidence they give their children. Jan Reynolds is a prizewinning photojournalist whose intrepid adventures have taken her to every continent, photographing and recording vanishing cultures to preserve their unique heritage for future generations. An accomplished athlete, she is a medal-winner in World Cup biathlon, holds several high-altitude skiing and mountain climbing records, and ballooned over the Himalayas.

by Reynolds, Jan, 1956-. Publication date 1997. Topics Mother and child, Parenting, Mother and child, Parenting. Publisher Rochester, Vt. : Inner Traditions International. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on August 14, 2015. She has lectured at the National Geographic Society and her accomplishments have been documented in their magazine. Published October 1, 1996 by Inner Traditions. Parenting, Cross-cultural studies, Mother and child. MOTHERS ARE THE ESSENCE of tomorrow.

Mother and Child: Visions of Parenting from Indigenous Cultures, Inner Traditions International (Rochester, VT), 1997. Celebrate!: Connections among Cultures, Lee & Low (New York, NY), 2006. Author and narrator of documentary film Cultural Adventure with Jan Reynolds, 2002. Contributor to periodicals, including National Geographic and Cross Country Skier. A photographer, mountaineer, skier, and world traveler, Jan Reynolds has dedicated much of her life to exploring and documenting the vestiges of traditional cultures that still remain throughout the globe.

Mothers shape the world in which we live through the love and guidence they give their children. Award-winning journalist and photographer Jan Reynolds explored the mother/child relationship through seven stages of life--marriage, pregnancy, birth, infancy, toddling, independence, and adolescence--while living with women in the Himalaya, the Sahara, the Aboriginal Outback, the Amazon Territory, above the Arctic Circle, and Mongolia. Reynolds was struck by the special relationship of these women and children and their deep connection with the natural environment. Her stories and photographs chronicle the ancient art of mothering and describe ways mothers in the modern world can incorporate these indigenous methods into their own lives.
Reviews: 3
Frlas
An amazing book which explores how women from indigenous cultures experience birth, parenting, and the relationship with their child, the most significant transitions in a woman's life. She shows how these women accept, receive and utilize strong impressions from nature. The book examines the true and natural bonding between mother and child, and how it is impacted by many factors: i.e. the interaction, the long-process, a natural environment, relationships with others and more.
The pictures are amazingly beautiful and have a positive impact in helping understand the events described in the book. Any mother who desires a close natural bond with her child will benefit from reading this magical book.

Jeffrey L. Fine, PhD, Psychologist: Author of: -
"The Art of Conscious Parenting"
happy light
While it is true that this book does have several very nice pictures, and the information provided was good, I have seen better books for this subject. The author jumped back and forth too much in her topics, locations, and timeframes. She made no mention of any natural infant hygiene methods used by the various cultures. Also, there was very little good information on the art of babywearing in those chosen cultures. The author seems to be intentionally vague in some areas, and very repetitive in others. While this book was interesting reading, there are far better books for learning about the parent/child relationships in cultures that are different from the readers own culture.
Mohn
The pictures and text offer a wonderful look at parents and babies in different cultures.