Children's Book Review: The tree of goodness

A truer than true message about how each of us are all made of goodness! - Intentional Conscious Parenting

WINNER, Moms Choice Awards for Excellence Gold Medal; SILVER WINNER, Moonbeam Childrens Book Awards, Best Childrens Book Series.
This timeless rhyming bedtime tale for kids ages 3 through 5 asks a simple but profound question: What makes a tree good? Children explore this concept through the many beautiful aspects of a tree s nature, and, in the end, learn a lesson about their own self-worth. Charmingly illustrated, this book, which is part of the Conscious Bedtime Story Club collection, is a sure-fire winner for parents seeking conscious parenting tools. This book will help children to see and appreciate their own goodness and inner beauty. The book ends with The Goodness Stretch, a set of questions to help young listeners and readers to relax their bodies, to emulate the qualities of a tree and to stand in their own goodness.

Conscious Bedtime Stories are a collection of stories with wise and lovable characters who teach core life values to your children. Each of the 12 Conscious Bedtime Story Club books invites its readers to engage in mindfulness practices, beginning with Snuggle Breathing, which helps parents and children alike to share an experience of relaxation, presence and connection to each other and to the story. Each story ends with reflective activities and exercises to help children assimilate the lessons the stories have presented. Because the last 20 minutes of each day are precious, these books use this important time to help children and parents grow consciously together in mind, body and spirit.

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