Mindfulness on My Street

A Guide for Children

by Anise Flowers and Ron Flowers


Formats

Softcover
$20.99
Hardcover
$29.99
E-Book
$3.99
Softcover
$20.99

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/13/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 24
ISBN : 9781546275862
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 24
ISBN : 9781546275855
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 24
ISBN : 9781546275879

About the Book

This book is narrated by a little boy named Ron who is learning about mindfulness at school. Mindfulness, or attention to the present moment, has many benefits such as increasing attention, decreasing stress, and promoting emotional well-being. Throughout the book, Ron learns about the various mindfulness practices of the other children who live on his street. Sometimes awareness of the moment can be a quiet practice done sitting or lying down. At other times, mindfulness may be an active practice through movement or daily activities. At the end of the book, Ron concludes that he wants to try out some new ways to practice mindfulness. The authors hope this book will serve as a guide to provide young children with a variety of methods for practicing awareness. This book should help children incorporate mindfulness practices into daily life.


About the Author

This is the second book by Anise Flowers and Ron Flowers, a father and daughter writing team. Their first book is titled There are Seven Houses on My Street: A Child's View of Religions. Anise Flowers, Ph.D. is a Clinical Child Psychologist. She learned about meditation and mindfulness from her father while growing up in Arkansas. Anise also writes puppet shows which teach children and adults about metaphysics and New Thought. She has a blog about child development and parenting called Parent Joy & Woe. Anise lives in The Woodlands, TX with her sons, Tucker and Parker; and their dogs, Lucy and Poppy. For more of her writing visit Anise's blogs at aniseheartjoy.com Ron is extremely well-read in world religions and scientific theories. He is a retired scientist and long-time follower of Eastern religions. Ron primarily describes himself as a Buddhist. He has published two other books, What Is? and Fingers Pointing, Birds Singing. Ron has lived in Mountain Home, Arkansas for forty years and currently resides there with his two dogs, Midge and Caramel. For more about their publications visit booksbyflowers.com