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Hands, by Dorothy T. Spoerl

The booklets in this series, first published by the UUA and Beacon Press in the 1960s, were originally written as scientific materials for use in religious education. Other educators and many parents, however, will find much of value in their thoughtful and unusual approach designed to interest children in the everyday wonders of nature and science.


Notable in UU History
Ebenezer Gay

Ebenezer Gay (1696-1787)

Ebenezer Gay was the youngest son of Nathaniel and Lydia Gay, and was born in Dedham, ... Read More
Louisa May Alcott

Notable American Unitarians: Literature – Louisa May Alcott

Louisa May Alcott, 1832-1888 The author of Little Women was educated at home by her father, ... Read More
Jonas G. Clark

Notable American Unitarians: Business — Jonas G. Clark

Jonas G. Clark, 1815-1900 Jonas Clark founded Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, located on eight acres ... Read More
Emerson’s resignation letter. Courtesy of the Massachusetts Historical Society.

Emerson’s Resignation

The Living Legacy of Ralph Waldo Emerson Emerson’s decision to leave the Second Church in 1832 ... Read More