What would happen if one day the world suddenly appeared completely different? Hue lives in a colorless world until he finds a special stone that changes everything. Explore the colorful mindfulness tale of Hue, who discovers that noticing the world around him brings both color and joy.
A colorful mindfulness tale
Written by mindfulness teacher Heather Krantz, M.D., author of the children's mindfulness books Mind Bubbles, Heart Bubbles, Sleep Bubbles, and Bubble Trouble. The book is whimsically illustrated by Anastasiia Benzel.
How do little kids learn about mindfulness?
Mind Bubbles: Exploring mindfulness with kids presents an easy way for young children to engage with their breath while noting thoughts and feelings passing and popping like bubbles.
The book is a clear, concise, and secular explanation of mindfulness that children ages 4-8 will not only understand, but will want to try for themselves.
It may be read by or to young children and includes a guided mindful breathing script for teachers and parents to read so kids can practice their new skills.
How do young children learn about compassion?
Heart Bubbles: Exploring compassion with kids presents a warm understandable explanation of compassion for children ages 4-8 using bubble imagery.
With mindfulness, self-kindness, and an understanding of our common humanity, children can embrace the concept of self-compassion. Heart Bubbles teaches heartfulness—a kind connected presence—which leads to genuine care for self as well as others and supports emotional well being and resilience.
The book offers engaging and heartfelt practices to enhance feelings of compassion for self and others.
How can kids learn how to get a good night's sleep?
Sleep difficulties can be frustrating for both children and adults and can adversely affect health, emotions, memory, and the ability to function.
Sleep Bubbles: Using mindfulness to help kids sleep offers practical tools using mindfulness and bubble imagery to help kids sleep. These tools can empower kids ages 4 to 8 to take control of bedtime and inspire positive change.
Grief is a part of life for everyone—including children. Over time we all experience change and loss of one kind or another. It might be the death of a loved one or pet, or it might be the loss of a friend or beloved teacher who has moved. The difficult thoughts and feelings that often arise in response to change can be confusing and overwhelming.
Bubble Trouble: Using mindfulness to help kids with grief offers practical tools using mindfulness and bubble imagery to help kids work with grief. These tools can help empower kids ages 4 to 8 to understand their thoughts and emotions as normal and manageable
Heather Krantz, M.D.
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