beezer, I used to have that book. It was a collection of songs, poems, and stories, some of which I really liked. Yes, they could be read with the kids, but I think you'd be selective and want to pick out what you'd like best/what you think they'd like best. You'd probably want to learn the songs ahead yourself as with any songs you might introduce to your children. I wish I could tell you more but I don't remember it well enough.
sandybeachbums, hello! I have children sort of near yours in ages. I am thinking about getting A Little Garden Flower materials for grade 2 and 5 in the middle of the year to do after Christmas. I don't know how that will work. I feel weird about adding "complete" year long curriculum in the middle of the year but I am craving Waldorf again after sort of giving it up before getting very focused with it at an earlier point. My kids have also been in and back out of public school.
I have always mixed different sources and done pick and choose but I want something to start from so I don't have to make all decisions and have a framework. I'd really enjoy hearing more about that curriculum.
This thread hasn't gotten much attention. I hope there are still folks who want to talk Waldorf out there