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Moody Cow Meditates Hardcover – September 1, 2009
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"It's a great way to introduce children to the practice of meditation, while also helping them become aware of their feelings." (Tynette Deveaux, "Good Reads for Little Buddhas," Shambhala Sun)
"Salty, satisfying, and clever book." (Spirituality & Practice)
"An amazing, yet simplistically beautiful story that teaches children (and caregivers) how to meditate." (Circles of Light)
"This book is a true gem to those of us with children and that struggle with trying to teach them meditation." (Precious Metal)
About the Author
Kerry Lee MacLean is the author and illustrator of several award-winning and best-selling picture books, including Moody Cow Meditates and Peaceful Piggy Meditation. Her latest book is Moody Cow Learns Compassion, and her next will be an activity book for parents and children of all ages, The Family Meditation Workbook. Kerry has been leading family meditative arts workshops in North America, Australia and Europe for 15 years. She is the mother of five young adults who still employ meditation as an important tool in their busy lives.
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I've also used the book and mind jar activity with about 5 kids at work (all elementary school age) and each of them responded well. It led to some good discussions and they worked hard to think of angry thoughts so they could keep adding more and more glitter to their mind jars.
I have nothing negative to say, I consider it successful at home and at work!
My husband and I learned from it too! We learned about how to validate our child's feelings with out validating the wrong actions. This comes from when the cow sits with his grandfather, the grandfather goes through each angry thought or feel from the day, he never patronizes the cow but instead says things like "wow, what a terrible way to wake up.".