Author and meditation tutor Shelley Wilson takes you on a magical journey to a calm and happy place that you and your child will love.
Children of all ages can learn and enjoy the benefits of meditation.
Designed to help access creative abilities through relaxation and imagination, these stories help develop the necessary tools needed at a young age for lifelong healthy habits of managing stress and anxiety while also improving learning skills.
Meditation for Children is a simple way to introduce children to mindfulness through guided visualization. Includes a handy reference guide and instructions.
I thought that this book was fascinating and the layout was great – my daughter is two now so I am always on the look out for ways I can help her learning and development in the future, she is ahead for her age and very bright so I want to help cultivate her willingness as much as I can.
This book really caught my attention when I read the blurb and I was genuinely intrigued. Whilst my daughter is slightly out of the age range there are plenty of hints and tips I can adopt now – I already make sure she has stories every night and was so pleased with the recommendation to do that in this book and the benefits that it can bring! And best of all I have lots of ideas for the future too.
It is 5 stars from me for this one, it was full of hints, tips and ideas and the author has got the points over very well.
(Sorry for the delay in posting, have had a disaster of a week after tipping nearly a full cup of coffee on my laptop!! I finished the book on my lunch today 🙂 )
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Shelley Wilson is an English author of motivational self-help titles and young adult fantasy fiction.
Her sensible side writes non-fiction books to inspire you to be the best you can be, and her cheeky and playful side writes young adult fiction to remind you to nurture that inner teen.
Shelley is a single mum of three, has a crazy black cat called Luna and is obsessed with vampires, Tudor history, and exploring castles.
She’s tall (5ft 10inches) which seems to surprise people when they meet her. She often hears, “you’re much taller than your profile picture!”