Showing posts with label childrens book review. Show all posts
Showing posts with label childrens book review. Show all posts

Jan 8, 2018

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.

May 31, 2017

The Elephant Who Tried To Tiptoe Book Review

Talk about attention to detail from cover to cover!

Everything in The Elephant Who Tried To Tiptoe is laid out and written with an open heart with the children's best interest in mind.

Love drips off these pages!

A story that teaches inner beauty as well as outer beauty. Confidence in one's self. You are enough!!! Your body is perfect just the way it is. A book full of spiritual values that can last a lifetime. 

This delightful book is one of the books from The Conscious Bedtime Story Club. You need this book along with the whole series ready on your children's bookshelves. They will keep asking for more. A perfect way to spend time with your child before bed building a deeper connection.

May 15, 2017

Nosey's Wild Ride on the Belle of Louisville

A silly cat named Nosey takes children on a historic wild adventure during an afternoon chase on the Belle of Louisville.

This book will have your children smiling from cover to cover. 
Adventure, laughter, dancing, friendship, compassion, history and a mischevious cat bring this story to life.

Feb 13, 2017

Children's Book Review: How The Trees Got Their Voices

Oh, do we have a treat for you!
Welcome to the world of Susan Andra Lion. Author, Illustrator and Graphic Designer.
How The Trees Got Their Voices is filled with a magic of its own kind. Visually, soul stirring images bring this story to life. The creative spirit of this book immerses the reader into the energy and vibration of the living forest and ecosystem. Susan draws you into her magical world of the living, breathing and caring trees.