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Children in Community

Posted on November 5, 2015 by
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Children in Community
by Kim Kanney, Community Bookstore Manager

Best of Communities Vol VIII digital and print compilationBest of Communities Volume VIII
Children in Community
A special selection of articles from Communities: Life in Cooperative Culture
$10 Digital, $15 Print

The Foundation for Intentional Community is pleased to offer you the cream of the crop―the very best articles that have appeared over the last 20 years in our flagship publications: Communities magazine and Communities Directory. We’ve distilled what we consider the most insightful and helpful articles on the topics that you―our readers―have told us you care about most, and have organized them into 15 scintillating collections.

Children in Community looks at the many ways to raise, rear, and educate a child within a community environment. Throughout the collection of 22 articles, you will explore writers’ perspectives on children being raised by several non-biological adults or children seeking sibling-ship with non-biological peers. You will read about homeschooling, unschooling, and the clash of public school while living in community. Perhaps most importantly, you will hear from children themselves and from adults who reflect on growing up in community.

Order Volume VIII today or get the entire set!

Want more on these topics? Order the print or digital version of these back issues of Communities magazine…

Family #146 Youth in Community #160
#146 Family
#160 Youth in Community

Creating A Life TogetherOr check out this book by Diana Leaf Christian…

Creating a Life Together
is a unique and powerful guide to launching and sustaining successful communities providing step-by-step, practical advice on everything from the role of founders to vision documents, decision-making, agreements, legal options, buying and financing land, sustainable site design, and communication, group process, and dealing well with conflict, as well as community profiles, cautionary tales, and ample resources for learning more.


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