Sunday, May 14, 2023



Born in 1924, Dorothy Law Nolte became a parent educator, family counselor, and writer known for her inspirational poem, Children Learn What They Live.

The poem was written for a weekly family column for The Torrance Herald in 1954 and was widely circulated by readers as well as distributed to millions of new parents by a maker of baby formula. She copyrighted it in 1972, and in 1998 expanded it into a book which has had more than 3 million copies in print worldwide and had been translated into 18 languages.

Dorothy Law Nolte died in 2005 at the age of 81.


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