Star of the Sea by William WardWaldorf Publications
By William Ward,
Illustrated by Pamela Dalton
Edited by Andree Ward
From master storyteller, William Ward longtime Waldorf teacher, this story tells of the redemption of a boy who has been entangled in the worst of London's city life. He escapes arrest and runs away to the coast of England, and there meets people who lead him through many experiences that transform his heart through kindness and spiritual insight. This is a wonderful adventure that describes the transformation of a young soul over time. Nature and enlightened friends rescue him from his own darkness. Beautifully illustrated with illuminated letters by the award-winning artist, Pamela Dalton and edited and partially written by the late teacher's wife, also a Waldorf teacher.
Star of the Sea is designed for teenagers, grades seven, eight, nine, who gain help and focus through good stories and admirable characters. It is also a good read-aloud book for fourth graders and up—as well for adults wishing to find a refreshing tale to ease the stress and confusion that can make us all forget the light in each soul on earth!
7 X 10 inches