Susan Schaeffer Macaulay





Susan Schaeffer Macaulay


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Susan Schaeffer Macaulay grew up in Switzerland at L'Abri Fellowship, which was founded by her parents Francis and Edith Schaeffer. She and her husband Ranald Macaulay established and led the L'Abri branch in England for several years. She is also the author of For the Family's Sake and contributed to Books Children Love and When Children Love to Learn.

Average rating: 4.32 · 2,696 ratings · 239 reviews · 7 distinct works · Similar authors
For the Children's Sake

4.35 avg rating — 2,153 ratings — published 1984 — 10 editions
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How to be Your Own Selfish ...

4.14 avg rating — 142 ratings — published 1982 — 3 editions
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For the Family's Sake

4.10 avg rating — 144 ratings — published 1999 — 3 editions
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Something Beautiful from God

4.50 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 1980 — 2 editions
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“No parent/home/child/teacher/school has an all-round 100 percent wholeness. We all have limitations and problems. But I must never think it is all or nothing.
Perhaps I'd like to live in the country, but I don't. Well, maybe I can get the family to a park two times a week, and out to the country once every two weeks.
Maybe I have to send my child to a not-so-good school. Well, maybe we can read one or two good books together aloud. If you can't give them everything, give them something.”
Susan Schaeffer Macaulay, For the Children's Sake

“It does not mean that adults think of a child as a blank sheet of paper on which they imprint their ideas, impressions, and knowledge. Neither does it mean leaving the child unattended like a weed growing in a sidewalk. It is a balanced understanding of education as the provision of possibilities for a person to build relationships with a vast number of things and thoughts.”
Susan Schaeffer Macaulay, For the Children's Sake

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Susan Schaeffer Macaulay, For the Family's Sake: The Value of Home in Everyone's Life

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