- Inbunden (Hardback)
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- Blue Jasper Editions
- Emily Fernihough, Fernihough (ill.)
- Emily Fernihough
- Color illustrations
- 254 x 203 x 6 mm
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- 110:Premium Color 8 x 10 in or 254 x 203 mm Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
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Forest Joyav Jill NeimarkI Breathe Forest. Forest Breathes Back.
"Close your eyes, for the forest is calling." For fans of the modern classic, The Hugging Tree, comes a timeless journey from city into forest.
When Joya and her city friends take a field trip to go forest bathing, she discovers there's no water or soap needed. She breathes in forest and forest breathes back. She uses all her senses to merge with nature.
Vivid watercolor illustrations are accompanied by gentle lyric meditations. For adults and children interested in mindfulness, nature, camping, gardening, ecology, rewilding, forest bathing and self-healing.
Every child deserves to see the trees, splash in streams, lie in fragrant meadows, breathe in green, breathe in peace and breathe out peace. This book is a perfect time-out for today's stressed kids.
Forest Joy is the ideal book for:
- Ages 4-8
- Parents, libraries and schools interested in mindfulness, nature, camping, gardening, ecology, rewilding, forest bathing, meditation and self-healing
- Young children who need a break from hectic everyday life
- Parents wanting to help their children self-soothe with mindfulness meditations
- Parents looking for a relaxing bedtime story like Goodnight Moon
- Families wanting an immersive nature book like We Are The Gardeners
Wherever you live, wherever you are right now, you can love our green, good world. And it will love you right back.
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Fler böcker av Jill Neimark
Jill Neimark is an author of fi ction and nonfi ction andan award winning science journalist. Her bestsellingpicture book, The Hugging Tree, has over sixty YouTuberead-alouds from parents, teachers and faith leadersworldwide. She is coauthor with bioethicist Stephen Post,PhD, of Why Good Things Happen to Good People, whichwas awarded the Kama Prize in Medical Humanities.She lives in Georgia and has written for numerous magazines including The Atlantic, Smithsonian, Scientifi c American and NPR. Visit jillneimark.com or follow her on Facebook and Twitter @jillneimark.