recommended books for children (and grownups)…

*People* by Peter Spier is FANTASTIC!!!

Faithful Elephants: A True Story of Animals, People, and War  by Yukio Tsuchiya is sooo sad and brilliant

Mrs. Biddlebox: Her Bad Day and What She Did About It  by Linda Smith is soo lovely

Grateful:  A Song of Giving Thanks by John Bucchino

Because Brian Hugged His Mother by David L. Rice is a reflection of out lives whether we want to admit it or not***

I Believe In Me by Connie Bowen has wonderful affirmations

I Think, I Am!  by Louise L. Hay

All For the Best by Hans Wilhelm because we never truly know what’s going on

Zen Shorts; Zen Ties both by Jon J. Muth

Giving Thanks:  A Native American Good Morning Message by Chief Jake Swamp

Brother Eagle, Sister Sky:  A Message From Chief Seattle  by Susan Jeffers

Because Nothing Looks Like God by Lawrence Kushner and Karen Kushner

Fun Is A Feeling by Chara M. Curtis

Unstoppable Me! : 10 Ways To Soar Through Life   by Wayne W. Dyer

The Way I Feel by Janan Cain

The Blue Day Book For Kids:A Lesson In Cheering Yourself Up by Bradley Trevor Greene

The Gigantic Little Hero: A Story of Perserverance by Matt Whitlock

When I Feel Angry by Cornelia Maude Spelman

Mad Isn’t Bad by Michaelene Mundy

Happy To Be Me by Christine Adams and Robert J. Butch

A Children’s Book About Teasing by Joy Berry

Faerie Charms by Ted Andrews

The Mountains of Tibet by Mordicai Gerstein

The Babies Are Landing by Joan Margalith

Amazing you!   Getting Smart About Your Private Parts –A First Guide to Body Awareness for Preschoolers (or even older!)  by Dr. Gail Saltz (wonderful book for being open about this subject which can be difficult and uncomfortable to approach)

On The Day You Were Born Debra Frasier

Cookies: Bite-Sized Life Lessons by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

The Secret Of Water For The Children Of The World by Masaru Emoto

Each Breath A Smile: Based on teachings by Thich Nhat Hahn  story by Sister Susan

Emma and Mommy Talk To God by Marianne Williamson

My Invisible Friends by Michelle Whitedove

Rainbow Soul by Marilyn Rich

Old Turtle by Douglas Wood

Spirit Games by Barbara Sher

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