This is a beautiful story designed to be used in children's yoga. After the story, there are yoga poses based on the story and a meditation. You can find more Wisdom Tales Yoga Stories at www.danettewatsonyoga.com
This is a story inspired by my niece and nephew's au pair (who's name is Cecile). Cecile is headed back home to Germany in two months. The twins are only 20 months old, so I wanted to give both her and my niece and nephew something to remember who she was. Enjoy!
Most kids keep a favorite toy or two in their locker at school. More often than not, it's a stuffed animal, one they carry around wherever they go. The one toy which causes unforetold panic when left in a cafe or a train.
So when my son forgot his penguin, a certain Rustle Garbage-Ring, in his school locker, he was rather upset. That's when I told him the story of Rustle's party. Hope you like it too.
Sophia Chilellli is a 3rd grader at PS 35
in Staten Island, NY. She got the
opportunity to be a part of
the school's Emerging Writers Club.
She learned a lot and was inspired to
write this book about turning double
digits. It's a 9 year old girls take on
how exciting it is to be that much closer
to being a teenager.
Even children deal with jealousy. We must teach children to never allow jealousy to destroy friendship. Jealousy is a bad feeling, and there is no need to be jealous of anyone. Parents and teachers, please teach your children or students the value of true friendship.
The tiny, multi-colored bean-shaped bears of Beandom are under attack by a monster. Even the King's wisest advisors seem unable find a solution. Who will save Beandom? Can an ordinary tiny bear step forward with a plan that works? The message of the story is: Follow your convictions even when others think differently.