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Mindfulness

Last Updated: April 29, 2023

Sometimes, All I Need is Me by Juliana Perdomo

Sometimes, All I Need is Me
by Juliana Perdomo

A young girl finds comfort and confidence within as she makes the best of any situation, in a text that highlights the themes of resiliency, mindfulness and self-care.

Straw by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Straw
by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

A bendy drinking straw loves to speed through life, but he learns to appreciate taking it slow with the help of a friend.

Here and Now by Julia Denos

Here and Now
by Julia Denos

Illustrations and easy-to-read text celebrate mindfulness and the connectedness of everything on Earth.

Namaste is a Greeting by Suma Subramaniam

Namaste is a Greeting
by Suma Subramaniam

Discover namaste’s many meanings in a simple, lyrical text, paired with a charmingly detailed visual narrative about a little girl’s kindness. Namaste calms your heart when things aren’t going right. Namaste is saying “You matter.”

A Little Peaceful Spot: A Story About Mindfulness by Diane Alber

When the world feels overwhelming, find your Peaceful Spot with this mindful story! Learn how to identify your emotions and bring them to your calm, peaceful spot.

Mindful Mr. Sloth by Katy Hudson

Mindful Mr. Sloth
by Katy Hudson

Sasha loves to do lots of things, all at once, as fast as possible. Mr. Sloth loves to do things one at a time, at a nice, easy pace. Can Mr. Sloth’s mindful ways teach Sasha to slow down and enjoy the moment?

Being a Dog: A Tail of Mindfulness by Maria Gianferrari

Being a Dog: A Tail of Mindfulness
by Maria Gianferrari

Join a young child and their dog as they experience every minute of the day to its fullest–from the second they wake up to the moment they fall asleep. Readers will love barking, wagging, and sniffing along with the gentle cues in the book.

Tisha and the Blossoms by Wendy Meddour

Tisha and the Blossoms
by Wendy Meddour

Tisha and Mommy are always having to hurry up. What would happen if they slowed down? A gentle, gorgeously illustrated story of mindfulness–and sharing the small moments

Stop and Smell the Cookies by Gibson Frazier

Stop and Smell the Cookies
by Gibson Frazier

Sometimes Dash gets so excited that his chest feels warm and fuzzy, his toes dance, and his fingertips tickle the air. When that starts, he can’t seem to control what he does next, and often, trouble follows. Luckily, with a little help, Dash finds a way to slow himself down when big feelings threaten to take over.

Outside In by Deborah Underwood

Outside In
by Deborah Underwood

Illustrations and easy-to-read text reveal ways nature affects our everyday lives, such as providing food and clothing, and showing when to go to bed and when to get up.