It was July 24, 2013. All of us at The Montessori Institute in Denver, Colorado, were working hard to prepare students for the oral examiners soon to arrive from abroad. But we couldn’t help but follow the news of the birth of the new royal baby of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Finally, the little boy made his appearance; the happy parents presenting him to the world.
A little voice was heard through the throng of us peeking over each other’s shoulders, “oohing” and “ahhing” at the sight of the baby. “Someone should send them a copy of “The Joyful Child.”
“Yes!” everyone agreed. But then we got back to our work. Only one person persisted, a Montessori elementary student from Amsterdam . . .
Or if this doesn’t work click on the “Montessori for a Prince” link at the Michael Olaf main page: