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"Whispered gently through time: First Nations qualilty child care"

By Margo Greenwood and Perry Shawana


We must look to our past for the lessons our grandmothers and grandfathers have taught, and to the future for our children. Customs and traditions that manifest the unique beliefs and values of Aboriginal peoples are passed on from generation to generation-through child-rearing practices. Children are the heart of the family and community. Child-rearing is a sacred and valued responsibility

Publisher: School of Native Human Services
Year: 2003
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