Summary
Yoga Animals introduces children to yoga and mindfulness through an engaging story and illustrated step-by-step yoga poses.
Author
Loring-Fisher, Jo
Call Number
J P LORING-FISHER
Summary
Told in rhyme, this picture book takes a mindfulness approach to appreciating the world around us.
Author
Luyken, Corinna
Call Number
J P LUYKEN
Summary
From moments of great joy and exuberance to necessary times of quiet contemplation, your heart is your guide.
Author
Martin, Bill
Call Number
J P MARTIN
Summary
Little monkey will not get out of bed, so the doctor prescribes some exercise, and monkey learns to dance.
Author
McDonnell, Flora
Call Number
J P MCDONNELL
Summary
In this beautifully illustrated book, a young boy's journey mirrors the emotional challenges that many face, offering hope to anyone who has experienced doubt, anxiety, or depression.
Author
McQuinn, Anna
Call Number
J P MCQUINN
Summary
Now that Leo is growing up and doing some things by himself, it is time for him to go to the doctor for a checkup, where they check his height, weight, eyes, ears, and heart, and give him a shot to keep him healthy.
Author
Olson, Jennifer G.
Call Number
J P OLSON
Summary
Overwhelmed by a sibling's snores, a friend's smelly lunch and a crowded, noisy playground, a little girl embarks on a search for a space of her own where she can breathe, rest, dream and think.
Author
Pajalung, Lorena
Call Number
J P PAJALUNGA
Summary
A little boy begins taking yoga lessons at the zoo, where he learns that he can mimic the animals there with simple yoga poses.
Title
Howl
Author
Patrick, Kat
Call Number
J P PATRICK
Summary
Howl is a masterfully told and exquisitely drawn story of a young girl's way of expressing and resolving big feelings. Maggie has had a very bad day. First of all, the sun was the wrong shape, in a sky that was too blue. The spaghetti was too long, and her pajamas were the wrong kind of pajama. Then Maggie begins to have wolfish thoughts.
Author
Pfeffer, Rubin
Call Number
J P PFEFFER
Summary
Follow the creation of a family meal from the farm to the picnic table on a warm sunny day. Told entirely in words beginning with S, this lively book will help children appreciate where their food comes from.
Author
Pintadera, Fran
Call Number
J P PINTADERA
Summary
When Mario asks his mother why we cry, her answer comes in sweet imagery. She speaks of grey storm clouds, locked boxes and a vast ocean. She explains that we cry for many reasons -- sometimes cry because we're sad. Other times we cry because we're lonely. Often we cry because we're frustrated. And through all these emotions, our tears can calm us, heal us and help us grow.
Author
Sileo, Frank J.
Call Number
J P SILEO
Summary
Illustrations and rhyming text tell of Bentley the bee who, while buzzing around the garden, sees his friends in strange positions and learns why each practices yoga. Includes note for parents.
Author
Smallman, Steve
Call Number
J P SMALLMAN
Summary
Bear is so excited that it's spring, she forgets to slow down and enjoy every moment until her friend Tortoise reminds her.
Author
Smith, Brady
Call Number
J P SMITH
Summary
It's a lively day at the neighborhood park. Birds are singing, squirrels are frolicking, dogs are causing a commotion--and wide-eyed children are enthralled by it all. Too bad the parents are missing everything! It's going to take something really BIG to get them to disengage from their phones . . . This timely story, brought to life with beautiful bold art, is a great reminder to slow down and savor time together.
Author
Snicket, Lemony
Call Number
J P SNICKET
Summary
Curly's bad mood travels from person to person, unexpectedly leaving opportunities for forgiveness, laughter, and love in its wake.
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