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Concentric Circles: Nurturing Awe and Wonder in Early Childhood provides a clear and practical approach to planning, organizing and facilitating the learning experience for young children from an Islamic perspective. Useful for the home-schooling parent and the classroom teacher, this resource book arises from a Qur'anic worldview with a focus on the process of transformative learning.

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