Skills that help parents and children talk about and manage emotions

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Skills that help parents and children talk about and manage emotions

Fabulously exciting and grateful to see a review about my Book (and CD) Acorns to Great Oaks – Meditations for Children in

‘Retailing Insight’, by Anna Jedrziewski

Books are still hot this Holiday season! The stressful geo-political climate has customers focused on being constructive, even in their gift-giving. Mind/Body/Spirit publishers are on top of it.  Children’s books are tied to yoga, meditation, and nature study. Cookbooks are focused on creativity and health. Spirituality is learned from animals and gardening. Help your customers be part of the solution and they’ll reward you with repeat business.

Acorns to Great Oaks: Meditations for Children
Marie Delanote
Jokanies, illustrator
$14.99, H, 978-1-84409-721-0
Findhorn Press, findhornpress.com
Delanote carefully designed this book to help parents talk with their children about emotions. From the basics of grounding themselves like a strong tree and choosing the emotion they want to start their day with, through learning to sprinkle gold fairy dust on pain, to emptying the backpack of worry, these 1 – 10 minute exercises will allow children to discern and talk about emotional states while they develop a set of skills for managing them. Jokanies‘ charming and diverse illustrations are filled with smiling, peaceful faces and lots of the little critters that children love to find in their picture books. While the book is simple enough for parents to use, it will also prove a valuable tool for clinicians.

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