Silence / Jerome W. Berryman ; illustrated by Lois Kilberg.
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- 1 of 1 copy available at John P. Webster Library - West Hartford.
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|John P. Webster Library - West Hartford||RDRC BJ 1533 .Q5 B478 2020 (Text to phone)||30401147764652||Ruth Dudley Resource Center||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781640652958
- ISBN: 1640652957
- Physical Description: pages cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : Church Publishing Incorporated, 
"Silence is important for children; it is the stillness (from within) that children need in today's frenzied world. Jerome Berryman offers children (and those who love them) a means to contemplate with words and images that creates the space for filling (without noise) and a foundation for wonder, which opens the creative process, which in turn gives life"-- Provided by publisher.
|Target Audience Note:||
Ages 7-8 Church Publishing Incorporated.
Grades 2-3 Church Publishing Incorporated.
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This illustrated book for children captures the mindfulness, measured pace, and pauses that children experience in the Godly Play 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.