Master of Mindfulness: How to Be Your Own Superhero in Times of Stress Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-11-26 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 32 user ratings

" Helpful little book on making mindfulness part of everyday life even for school aged children. Practical examples and situations included in the book are definitely a plus. " said.

" This book explains what mindfulness is in the language of youth. I love the real life examples of when a child would use mindfulness and the scripted practices to record. Excellent book to read aloud to kids, to have in a classroom library, to refer to on a regular basis. " said.

" As I am just starting on my own mindfulness path, I was very excited to see this book on our new book truck. I am also excited to see that it was written by a 5th grade class along with help from teachers. In a time when kids are always connected and always on the go, mindfulness could be a useful tool to help them cope with emotions, activate different parts of their brain and feel better. " said.

" I love that this book includes really specific examples that are accessible to kids--when someone butted in front of you in line, when your cousin received a present that you wanted, and such. The mindfulness exercises are 1-3 minutes long. In my opinion, this is an excellent introduction for a younger child (grades K-2 or so) into mindfulness practice. " said.

" I won this book as part of a Goodreads Giveaway. Excellent introduction to mindfulness for kids by kids complete with the practical knowledge of mindful practices, mindful scripts, and examples by the 5th grades who co-wrote the book where mindfulness has worked for them! I will definitely be staring this information! " said.

" This book was written by students to help other kids deal with stressors in life. There are some great ideas. It is a little hard to read, however, due to the nature of the file. The message, though, is spot on. If you have anxious kids in your life, and who doesn't, read this book with them and give them some strategies to cope. " said.

"Wow! I was greatly impressed with this book. When I first saw the book and accepted the ARC, it just looked interesting. I had no idea it was done by by 5th graders at the Reach Academy. It's very informative and speaks to children in their age group rather than sounding like an adult talking to kids. It's very relatable. It's definitely something that I could see other teachers using as part of their reading programs to address the whole child and not just academics. This is learning across genres and life learning. Well done!" said.

"I love the concept of this book and the importance of teaching our children mindfulness from an early age.

The art of mindfulness can help a young person cope with stress, bullying, conflict with family and so many other factors.

I loved the explicit directions on arriving at a state of mindfulness.

The only downside to this book for me was the multi-media illustration. This may show my age, so don't judge it for a young person based on my words. I found the hodge podge of pictures, drawings, etc. a little distracting and didn't put me in the frame of mind for a quiet mind.

Disclaimer: I was provided with an electronic copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.
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