Posted September 29, 2018 05:24:47 A popular children’s book that’s been gaining popularity online for more than a decade has become a reality with parents in the U.S. finally getting the chance to read the first chapter.
Waldorf Children’s, Inc. announced on Thursday that the first two chapters of its new Waldorf Homesmart curriculum have been delivered to schools across the country.
The new book, entitled Waldorf, has been a hit in classrooms across the U: The publisher says the book has been downloaded more than 35 million times on the Apple app store and is available on Barnes & Noble and other digital outlets.
Waldo’s books have sold more than 7.5 million copies in the past six months, with the average price now around $8.
The Waldorf curriculum offers a variety of topics, including cooking and learning how to make a meal, and is designed for ages 6-8.
The program’s main themes include learning how animals live and learn how to be caring and compassionate, and learning about healthy living.
Walde’s new book comes with an introduction by the company’s CEO, Dan Woldorf, and a list of recommended reading for families and teachers.
The book also includes lessons on how to create your own food, how to cook and how to use digital media to teach.
Parents will be able to read and review the first book, Waldorf Books on Thursday.
The company has more than 2 million books on sale at Amazon and its own site.