Breathing Makes It Better: A Book for Sad Days, Mad Days, Glad Days, and All the Feelings In-Between
Christopher Willard (Author) Wendy O'Leary (Author)
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DescriptionWinner of the 2019 Moonbeam Children's Mind, Body, Spirit Bronze Medal and a 2020 Mom's Choice Awards(R) Gold Recipient An engaging and interactive story showing children ages 3-6 the power of breath when dealing with new and difficult emotions. Read aloud and breathe along with this sweet story teaching children how to navigate powerful emotions like anger, fear, sadness, confusion, anxiety, and loneliness. With rhythmic writing and engaging illustrations, Breathing Makes It Better guides children to breathe through their feelings and find calm with recurring cues to stop and take a breath. Simple guided practices, like imagining you are a tree blowing in the wind, follow each story to teach children how to apply mindfulness techniques when they need them the most.
October 01, 2019
9.2 X 9.1 X 0.5 inches | 0.79 pounds
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About the Author
DR. CHRISTOPHER WILLARD is an author and educator who teaches at Harvard Medical School and serves on the board of the Mindfulness in Education Network and the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy. An established speaker in both meditation and psychotherapy communities, he regularly leads workshops and presents at conferences around the world. WENDY O'LEARY, MEd, is a holistic health educator and certified yoga teacher with over twenty-five years of experience developing and teaching programs with a focus on social-emotional learning, mindfulness, and mind-body strategies for well-being. She has extensive direct experience working with children and teens in schools, nonprofit organizations, and afterschool programs; and she provides staff development trainings and parent workshops in addition to individual and group work with people from pre-K through adulthood.