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15,000 copies of World peace and Other 4th Grade Achievements just released by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in paperback!
John Hunter has been teaching the World Peace Game for over 30 years. He has traveled extensively at home and abroad, teaching the game to both children and educators. In his book, World Peace and Other 4th-Grade Achievements, John offers insights into conflict resolution and collective problem-solving and shares many of his amazing experiences from over the years.
World Peace and Other 4th-Grade Achievements is now available in paperback.
The World Peace Game Foundation learned on Monday that John was chosen as the featured author for Colorado's Conflict Resolution Month. This honor means that World Peace and Other Fourth Grade Achievements will be used as a resource and discussion point for state legislators and conference attendees who seek "to inspire the use of constructive problem solving in Colorado."
World Peace Game at Bertschi School
Bertschi School fifth graders recently tried their hand at the World Peace Game. The Bertschi newsletter featured their experiences.
"Unilateral world peace may still be a dream, but the World Peace Game has landed—and made its mark—in Seattle. The game’s been around since 1978, invented by teacher and musician John Hunter. Within its borders, life and death decisions are faced daily; negotiations and quarrels and agreements and treaties are de rigueur..."
Four Austrian students made their FM radio debut, discussing their experiences with the World Peace Game. Julia, Nike, Viktoria and Sebastian spoke on FM4's midday news segment.
Listen to their interview here!