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By: William Birmingham


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Delve into the captivating world of a three-year-old as he navigates the bewildering realm of adults in Kinderbarton. In this heartwarming tale, Stephen Barton, a typical toddler with a vivid imagination, observes the humorous and unpredictable actions of grown-ups. Expecting the world to align with his own understanding, Stephen’s playtime adventures can take unexpected turns, sometimes leading to tears.

Living with his parents and older sister, Stephen’s quest for attention and his strong-willed nature shine through. Yet, when faced with adults who seem to engage in incomprehensible actions, he demonstrates that young children have minds of their own, following their own natural instincts, even if it appears bewildering to the grown-ups around them.

Through joyful and poignant moments, Kinderbarton captures the essence of a toddler’s world, where curiosity and self-expression intertwine in fascinating ways. Join Stephen as he embarks on a journey filled with ups and downs, unveiling the captivating and often surprising aspects of a child’s perspective.

Retiring from the civil service after 25 years, William Birmingham worked in policy development and led training courses in the pensions and social security field in Africa, Central Asia and the Caribbean, including living and working for over five years in Beijing. He is a lay minister in the Church of England and is now part of a team running a toddler group in his local church. He also chairs his local Neighbourhood Action Group.

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