Naomi Aldort is the author of Raising Our Children, Raising Ourselves, (published in 17 languages). Through phone/Skype sessions, workshops and speaking events she brings peace and deep connection to families and audiences worldwide.
As Founder and Program Director, Patty Wipfler of Hand in Hand Parenting, writes, speaks, trains parent leaders, and develops resources for parents to help them lift difficulties from their children’s lives and their own.
Robin Grille is a father, psychologist in private practice and a parenting educator. His articles on parenting and child development have been widely published and translated in Australia and around the world.
Tamara Kidd began home educating her two children, now 18 and 15, in 2006 using attachment parenting, natural learning, unschooling and Montessori approaches. Tamara is an active member of the home education community, with her youngest child.
One of the few magazines in Australia that has stories about REAL home educating families and the range of choices parents and children have in Australia for education. I highly recommend this publication. Excellent information for parents either starting out, looking for alternatives or anyone interested in reading beyond the main ‘media/information’ stream on parenting. It consistently has relatable content and articles, unlike mass produced glossy magazines that are essentially junk mail. Stand out publication.
As a publisher, I find it refreshing to pick up such a quality product for young families that offers authentic, encouraging and ethical information. The magazine is uncluttered and appealing, has a clear focus and message and I come away feeling refreshed, informed, reassured and encouraged, as well as being occasionally challenged to think and probe deeper on new knowledge or issues I hadn’t previously thought about. I highly recommend this magazine to anyone with children, and to grandparents as something to buy, read and then pass on to their offspring.
I was given a copy of this magazine when my baby was born and it had everything in it I needed and saved me in my dark days as I had major birth trauma. The information in it certainly opened my eyes to the world of motherhood. The love and care that goes into the magazine shows. It’s so beautiful and the articles empower good parents to expand their mind and make better choices as adults.
I love this magazine with all my heart.