The Power in Words: An Empowering Guide to Speaking With Purpose

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Joyful Breath Press
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7.0 X 10.0 X 0.25 inches | 0.67 pounds

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About the Author

Meaghan Axel is an elementary school librarian who lives on the Eastern Shore of Maryland with her husband and daughter. She loves sharing her passion for yoga, meditation, and reading with others. Meaghan discovered the magical power of her breath as an adult and now hopes to empower others with this valuable life skill. Her Powerful Me book series encourages readers to make mindful choices to improve their self-esteem and relationships. Meaghan hopes her books will help children giggle, grow, and bond with others.
Michelle Simpson is a Professional Canadian illustrator. She graduated from Sheridan College with a BAA in illustration and now works as a freelance illustrator. Michelle has written and illustrated Monsters In My House and Night Festival. She has also worked as a concept artist for children's tv shows Ollie: The Boy Who Became What He Ate: Season 2, and Tee and Mo. Most of her inspiration comes from nature and folklore.
Andrew Jordan Nance is the author of the critically acclaimed Puppy Mind, The Lion in Me, Mindful Arts in the Classroom (Parallax Press) and The Barefoot King (Shambhala Publications). He is the founder of Mindful Arts San Francisco, a program of the San Francisco Education Fund, which brings volunteers into area schools using storytelling, art, and theater activities. Andrew studied at Mindful Schools and is an active member of the Spirit Rock community in Marin County, California. For more, visit


"A sweet and simple reminder of the power words can do to help or harm."

--Christopher Willard PsyD, author of Alphabreaths

"Sweet verses teach children about the importance of what we say to each other and to ourselves. Both timely and relevant, The Power in Words opens the door to teaching this crucial lifelong skill to little ones. This resource is perfect for parents and educators who want to support the teaching of mindful and kind speech."

--Wendy O'Leary, Co-Author of Breathing Makes It Better and Mindfulness Educator