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  • Know Yourself Through the Four Temperaments

    This is my go-to book for a brief introduction to the Four Temperaments from a Catholic perspective. This quick read was written by a priest and first published in 1934.

    This book is rated ❤️ because I don’t own this edition.  My copy was published by the Pallottine Fathers of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, copyright 1962, reprinted in 1994, without an ISBN number.

  • Montessori From the Start

    This book is full of practical tips for setting up a Montessori environment in your home for your 0-3-year-old.

    The ideas here encouraged us to try the floor bed, and we never used a crib again.

  • Montessori: On Religious Education

    Through careful preparation, this volume brings to us an exact reprint of the 1929 edition of The Child in the Church, a new translation from Italian of The Life of Christ in the Liturgical Year from 1949 (a reprint from the 1931 original), and a new translation from French of The Holy Mass (compiled in 1955 from talks that Montessori gave prior to her death in 1952).

    Read my full review.

  • Taking Charge: Caring Discipline That Works at Home and at School

    by JoAnne Nordling, Fourth Edition, 2007 Reviewed by Regina In The Hamlet, we have been discussing the topic of obedience. The specific question came up of just exactly how a parent, trying to raise children according to Catholic Montessori principles, deals with power struggles and misbehavior without spanking. When I was asked for a specific…