Trish’s Fall Photography (English)

4.69 out of 5 based on 58 customer ratings
(58 customer reviews)

$11.95

Act out what you see and do on a fall day trip!

Join Trish and her dad as they spend a day taking pictures of fall for her school project. Be a tree, kite, and pumpkin. Discover fall, explore movement, and then do your own photography project! This fall yoga book includes a list of yoga poses for kids and a parent-teacher guide. Age group: Preschoolers, ages 3-5.

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58 reviews for Trish’s Fall Photography (English)

  1. 5 out of 5

    The book is absolutely wonderful!! We are in love with it. My son has read it over and over again and told his gym teacher about it so his gym teacher asked me if they can use it for a week in their class during the month of November. Thank you so much and I have his school your information in case they want to purchase their own. Thank you again so much for your inspiration and motivation through these beautiful kids yoga stories.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Trish’s Fall Photography: A Kids Yoga Autumn Book is a beautifully illustrated and written book about some time a child (Trish) spends with her father in several outside settings as they work on a school project.

    Each pairing of pages has a relevant, simple yoga pose which is incorporated into the story by being linked to a subject being photographed by Trisha. Each time “click” is written, there is the illustration and name of a yoga pose in the lower corner of the page.

    As a former physician who is training to be a kids’ yoga teacher, and as a parent of two young children, I have found this to be an easy story to follow that captures and holds the interest of children aged three to six years old. Young children can’t stay still for very long, so this book is a wonderful way of combining movement and literacy – a fantastic combination. The additional demonstration of paternal nurturing is the icing on the cake for me.

    I highly recommend this book.

    NB This review based on a review copy of the book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    A real treat for anyone looking for a book that promotes the health and wellness of their children. Trish and her father go on an amazing adventure as Trish is assigned a school project. They capture all the beautiful and exciting signs of fall. The author suggests fun and simple poses that anyone can do. Participate with your child for an even better experience!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Truly enjoyed reading this book. As a kids yoga instructor and as a parent of 3 young boys under the age of 5, it’s a great book to integrate reading, nature and yoga poses. It’s perfect for class and for our reading library at home. I also really like the seasonal aspect to it, as it’s a great read for when you want to discuss fall and the seasons with young readers/learners/yoga students. I would highly recommend (this and other awesome titles by Giselle Shardlow)

  5. 4 out of 5

    The story was filled with vivid imagery suited for an age group of 4-8 years old. I liked there was a sample pose on each page but a few more would be more helpful. However, it gives kids the opportunity to be creative and create their own pose. I look forward to sharing this book with my class.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Shardlow has done it again! I love how this book (and all of Shardlow’s books) teach kids on so many different levels at the same time. There is body awareness and fitness with the yoga, of course, but this book also includes science information about autumn, fine arts information about photography, and great emotional skills by demonstrating positive interactions between a little girl and her dad. We loved it!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Trish’s Fall Photography is another winner from author Giselle Shardlow. I love how the storyline incorporates art, nature, and creativity together in an enjoyable, interactive story. I read the book to my 4 year old daughter and 5 and 6 year old nieces over the weekend and they absolutely loved the colorful pictures and doing the yoga moves along with the story. The most unique part of this book is how the yoga poses correlate so well with each scene. For example, when Trish takes a picture of beautiful fall trees, we do Tree pose and when she snaps a picture of geese in the sky, we do Warrior 3 pose which simulates flying. A major gem of this book is the Parent-Teacher Guide provided at the end. It outlines helpful ways that parents and teachers can engage their children–beyond just simply reading the book. The author provides important safety tips and suggestions for yoga props that can be used to enhance the practice. She explains how the book can be catered to different ages. Although it is geared toward 2-5 years olds, parents and teachers can add higher-level discussion for older children to identify meaningful observations and connections. Finally, she explains in more detail how children can develop mindful breathing and relaxation techniques by practicing yoga, such as the resting pose used at the end of the story. I highly recommend this book and the other interactive yoga stories by Giselle Shardlow. What a clever approach to teaching children about yoga!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Trish’s Fall Photography

    I love this new Autumn Yoga book as it is my favorite season, is very colorful and cleverly shows activities, animals and items of the season through Trish using a camera. Children are familiar with photography but often are not behind the lens.

    It also helps model organization as Trish and her dad plan their day. It is special as all parents should assist their children with projects for school or things they are interested in or motivated by. I enjoy repetitive use of the word “click!” as my students would like that consistency throughout the book.

    As with all of her books, Giselle incorporates yoga poses with corresponding pictures. It is nice that each picture has a word color coded in the story so students can make predictions of what is coming next.

    At the end, Trish uses manners and thanks her father for helping her although they enjoyed the day together.
    The book has simple minimal text which will allow me to stop and have students spend time on the poses.

    A good follow up activity would be to take photos of them posing and have them write a fall story using the fall words and poses from this wonderful book and then they could aim at illustrating it as beautifully.

    The list of poses near the end will be great for follow up Occupational therapy sessions or for those shorter in length or for those students who need more practice. The parent teacher guide offers important yet not cumbersome information.
    This book makes a great addition to my seasonal yoga books by Giselle and will likely be u sed more often starting from the beginning of the school year until winter.

    I love the motivational ways to combine movement and learning and adding social/emotional strengths for the benefit of all of my students.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Author and yogi Giselle Shardlow was written an autumn book about family, school projects, photographs, and yoga. Trish and her father are finishing a school project about fall. They are making a collage. Each photo they snap can be mirrored with a yoga pose. The illustrations fill two pages for each fall moment. The yoga pose is in a circle at the bottom right of each two-page layout. There is also a list of the poses at the end of the book. For teachers and parents, there is an additional guide in the back of the book. It’s a fun fall-themed book that invites readers to be involved with the story. They can make their own fall collage, they can snap photos, and they can do yoga.

    Reviewed from a review copy. Thank you, Giselle Shardlow!

  10. 5 out of 5

    I read Trish’s Fall photography with my two daughters ( 4 and 5). After we read it through one time we, did the actual movements. My girls LOVED it!! We have done it every night since then.

  11. 5 out of 5

    This is a delightful book! The story and the illustrations are well done, making this a fun book to read. I appreciate the intentional inclusion of the yoga postures which bring a nice interactive element to the reading. Children need to move! Even though this book is geared towards younger children, I intend to use it with the incoming third graders to teach them how to picture-read and to read the text. I know my students will enjoy the story even more with the invitation to experience the story with movement.

  12. 5 out of 5

    This book is good on many levels. It’s a story book, it’s an art project, it’s a nature walk, it’s a yoga class. Take your pick! It has appeal to older readers who can identify with working through a project, but the rhythm and repetition of the “click” page as they take photos adds a visual and audio element that will appeal to younger kids too. The mostly conversational text offers an uplifting tone with strong family values plus factual information. Trish becomes more independent and capable as their day progresses. ‘Living in the moment’ and gratitude are expressed without being too obvious or didactic. The illustrations are vibrant and interesting. There is a section at the end where the author invites you to expand on the stories, to relate your own experiences with Fall and get out and make your own collage, as well as a break down of the yoga elements. The sequence of a day trip makes an easy re-tell for yoga practice with or without the book at hand. It’s great for parents and educators alike.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Giselle Shardlow does it again!! What a wonderful book to use in our fall yoga classes! I enjoy the variety of poses used to help illustrate the story – dancer, chair, seated twist, and extended cat pose. These poses go beyond they typical poses seen in many kids’ yoga routines. The opportunity for extending beyond the story into science and preparing for winter really speaks to the teacher in me! My favorite part was that the story ended with Trish’s gratitude toward her Dad. What a lovely sentiment and ending thought. I look forward to sharing this story with students and colleagues!

  14. 5 out of 5

    I LOVED the beautifully illustrated and brightly colored pages of this book, yet the pages weren’t overwhelming! The story is simple and easy to follow. I’m so excited to use this book in my classes of special needs preschoolers this Fall, as well as at home with my own children! I also really loved the 2 page spread of the List of Yoga poses with the keywords from the story, the yoga pose name and a simple picture! I also see the Parent-Teacher Guide being very helpful for many! Thank You!! I love finding new and fun rescources that I can use with my kids…both at home and at work!

  15. 5 out of 5

    This book is wonderful. My daughter has a yoga class once a week at kindergarten, so when I read this book to her she absolutely loved it. Not only was it about taking photos (which she has inherited from me) but also has a relating yoga pose at each step of the adventure. she had so much fun practicing yoga along with the story and I did it alongside her. She knew some of the poses already and it’s great to get children moving in a calm sense whilst reading. The illustrations in the book are amazing. So colourful and really get your full attention.

  16. 5 out of 5

    This book marks the last book for the yoga four seasons series. The story is simple and nice, as a daughter and father go for a fall walk to take pictures, letting children be attentive to details. As with the other books in the series, each element of the story and their fall walk brings different opportunities to incorporate yoga poses into the storytelling, making this book active. The fall colors and nature snippets we see throughout the book are very specific and talk about nature and the specific season of fall. My only reason for not giving this book the five stars is because some of the yoga poses it suggests for the story felt a bit forced, and not so well incorporated into the story as with former books. Of the series my absolute favorite is Rachel’s Day in the Garden because of the combination of story, illustrations and yoga poses. This series is a very nice resource for parents of young children for both doing exercise and teach kids about the seasons.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Fall into Yoga with a great story

    I love this book. As a children’s yoga teacher and as the garden and science teacher at a school, I can see myself using this book in many ways.Children will probably want to take self-portrait photos in nature after reading this book.The illustrations are engaging and enhance the story. What a clever idea to have pictures of photos and a pose that relates. Father/daughter bonding is such an important concept that often gets neglected in stories.Using stories to teach yoga, gives children a character that they can relate to and a predictable sequence to follow. The list of poses along with a picture and the common name will be a helpful reference for users.The author provides a guide and support so ANYONE can feel successful using this book with children. No previous yoga experience required. I’m looking forward to the continuation of the series.

  18. 5 out of 5

    I love this book and can’t wait to use it in my classroom! It is a excellent way to create movement with fun with my preschoolers. I’ve previewed the book with my younger grandchildren and they absolutely loved it !

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lisa S- July 22, 2016

    This beautifully illustrated book captures the sights and sounds of Autumn using a simple story involving a father- daughter adventure. The yoga poses are clearly identified and associated with a key word on each page, which makes it easy to teach the poses to children while allowing them to creatively expand upon each pose. I especially liked the concept of Trish and her Dad taking snapshots to highlight their observations, which organizes the main points of the story for the children. It also was quite educational as Dad taught Trisha about the many changes that occur in nature during Autumn, some of which were not the typical ones taught to children in an everyday classroom.

  20. 5 out of 5

    This book is a gem on so many levels. It reminds us of the breathtaking beauty we experience in the fall, the joy of experiencing this beauty with a loved one, and how we can incorporate it into our daily yoga practice. I teach children’s yoga at a private Montessori school, and present occasional workshops at my local library and cannot wait to share this book with my students and there parents. The guide in the back is helpful to both teachers and parents.

  21. 5 out of 5

    My kids yoga students love to read and they always ask me to have a “Storyoga” class once or twice a month. So this new book by Giselle Shardlow is a great addition to our “Storyoga” Collection. Kids can actually get into the poses slowly and gently. I love it because the book has all the poses that we need for one class…the balancing, strengthening and calming poses. This deserves a 5 star! =)

  22. 5 out of 5

    Trish’s Fall Photography is another fun yoga adventure story that would appeal to preschool age through elementary age. It has beautiful, colorful illustrations. I love Giselle Shardlow’s tie in to nature in all of her books. This would work well in a yoga classroom or for a parent/child to read together. She gives clear pose instructions and fun additions to make it a whole body experience.
    I love the use of the camera’s “click”. The teacher or reader can say “click” and pretend to take their photo to get the children to freeze the pose!

  23. 5 out of 5

    The beauty of yoga is that it is everywhere. The beauty of this book is that it finds yoga in the trees and animals. Trish and her father walk searching for just the right photographs which then correspond to a yoga pose. I loved that I could feel the relationship between Trish and her father. He cares about Trish which is evident as he helps her with her school project. This demonstrates how to be mindful with children and ourselves. Slowing down enough to be present and breathe. Breathing is a gift. Trish learns about bunny breath and then as she rests on the ground next to her dad they take a selfie…together. Trish takes a deep breathe and exclaims that this is the best day ever. Indeed, everyday can be the best day. I would remind Trish that she can come back to this feeling anytime she chooses through the power of yoga and breath. Trish connects with nature and someone she loves as she learns about yoga, perfect!

  24. 4 out of 5

    I as well appreciated the father/daughter relationship. I enjoyed the story, the vibrancy of the colors and the simplicity of the yoga poses. I work as a para in a structured learning center for autism and we get a few new littles this upcoming school year and can’t wait to see how they do!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Fall, photos and yoga…what a creative, fun combination. The story and movements are easy to follow and I can imagine what fun it will be to read and enjoy these yoga poses outdoors on a fine, autumn day. It also engages the child’s sense of wonder about the season of Fall! I will definitely be using this yoga storybook for my Fall yoga story times!

  26. 5 out of 5

    This book was so great! My 3 1/2 year old and I have been reading Ms. Shardlow’s books for almost two years now. She has loved every one and this one was no different. The story flowed well and the plot of the story was very interesting to her since her aunt is a photographer who photographs our family often. I also enjoyed this book because it gives a fun idea for a child to do with their loved ones. She loved doing the yoga poses with the story. The pictures were so colorful and inviting. At the end of the book, my daughter asked to read it again. She was so excited about it. So far, this has been one of my favorites from this author!

  27. 4 out of 5

    A lovely book with delightful illustrations. A very novel idea for introducing yoga to children. I shall look forward to using it in my children’s yoga class.

  28. 3 out of 5

    A fun way to include activity and yoga in to a story. I am a librarian that is always in search for books that reach out and engage the listener. We have also started doing yoga in our storytimes so the kids are practicing the poses as well. There are a lot of poses in the book which would be a detriment if you had to do them for the story – but the story allows you to select what the kids will do. Overall, a very enjoyable book that is great to share with all ages that gets them engaged in literacy and moving their bodies.

  29. 5 out of 5

    It is a must have for any kid yoga teacher, classroom teacher and parents. The book has beautiful pictures and the pages don’t have tons of words so it keeps the attention of kids and adults. It is well scripted and the poses are displayed wonderfully. Love the explanation of the yoga poses and parent-teacher guide at the end of the book. Shelly

  30. 5 out of 5

    Trish’s Fall Photography was a wonderful book. I loved the story line with a father and daughter. There walk through the snapshots of the fall leading into the winter was adorable. The colors are the beautiful nature colors of fall. The poses are the snapshots that have been taken from Trish. It would be a simple interactive story with the yoga poses that preschoolers would love. My grandson loved the story and being able to participate in the story. A must have book. The yoga poses are the simple poses that most all can do. I loved the book. Thank You

  31. 5 out of 5

    This is a well-written and beautifully illustrated children’s yoga book. As a mom and children’s yoga teacher, i have read most of the kids’ yoga books on the market. I will use this book in both the classroom and at home. The story and the artwork create a fun and accessible setting for the movements. It is great for school-age children. My daughter, age 7, said she liked the photographs and thinking about how the postures fit into the story. I also appreciate the guide for teachers and parents at the end, which gives some simple and realistic ideas for using the book.

  32. 5 out of 5

    Giselle’s yoga book for kids is beautifully illustrated and has a wonderful flow to it. It is a great book to read before bedtime. The poses are relaxing and the story is a soothing book about nature and love and shows the special relationship between father and daughter. Many different themes here, not just yoga!

  33. 4 out of 5

    Another colorful, engaging story from Giselle Shardlow combining a theme (the fall or autumn season) and yoga. The pictures are colorful and engaging. Each activity the characters experience relate to a yoga pose you can act out with your child. Additionally the story itself adds to the concept of autumn, especially for those who do not experience this type of change in seasons!
    The story and suggested yoga poses are just the beginning of a fun activity that you and your child can share with lots of spontaneity and creativity.
    Enjoy!

  34. 4 out of 5

    This will be a great fall book for young children, and could be used in several investigations, family, fall, photography. I can imagine making our own class book of photos afterward, and they would love punctuating listening with motion. Like the father-daughter interaction

  35. 5 out of 5

    Another great yoga story book from Giselle Shardlow. I love how she combines non-fiction and fiction. This is a great book to use with Pre-school children especially in the fall. The story is enhanced by the illustrations which go perfectly with the story. I have used some of Shardlow’s other books with great success. Children love doing the yoga poses.

  36. 5 out of 5

    This book is gorgeous! Michael Koch’s illustrations are so vibrant with color. I enjoy Giselle Shardlow’s writing style so much. Her books are a great way to teach yoga to kids. These books have been a big hit at my story times/kids yoga classes. What is especially helpful is her list of yoga poses and Parent-Teacher Guide. I’m so grateful for this amazing resource.

  37. 5 out of 5

    Trish’s Fall Photography is a great fun way to get children moving to yoga. As a children’s yoga instructor, I loved the book for giving me fresh ideas to use in my everyday practice with the kids. The book is beautiful, creative and has a simple but great story. The sequence is wonderful and can keep children engaged while getting them to talk about seasons, animals, hibernation and you could use it to discuss so many different things. The illustrations are vivid and clear and you could easily use the book again and again while keeping children engaged and happy! Wonderful book Giselle!

  38. 5 out of 5

    I really enjoyed reading it and loved the father daughter relationship of taking pictures together! It easily can be used both for mindfulness practice as well as yoga for families or classrooms as well!

  39. 5 out of 5

    Lovely book to engage the students’ imagination. I like the illustrations and the fall ideas, as well as the poses. It also encourages the students to come up with their own ideas as well.

  40. 5 out of 5

    Very easy to follow the story and act out the poses in the book. The story lends itself to easy embellishment where the children can make their own variations. Non readers can easily use the pictures as a guide to “reading” the book on their own. Great way to teach yoga to young children.

  41. 5 out of 5

    I love kids yoga stories! They offer a great interactive way to include yoga into your day with children. I find the topics of the stories are great for extending the learning afterwards too. Go for a hike, scavenger hunts, visits to local apple orchard and more! The tips on how to use the book provide the support for anyone to pick up and use the book. The illustrations are bright and welcoming to engage readers into the story.

  42. 5 out of 5

    This is a beautiful, colorful and useful book, I love the vibrant fall colors in the illustrations. I am a kids yoga teacher and having stories that engage students and provide yoga poses makes everyone a part of the action. This tale is a welcomed addition to my fall classes.
    The story is about a young girl, along with her Dad, who is putting together a fall collage with photographs. As they travel around, enjoying fall sights, activities, and each other’s company, they take a photograph that represents a yoga pose. A small illustrated yoga pose accompanies each picture, demonstrating the posture. There are opportunities to add poses if the reader is familiar with more, based on the illustrations, such as a butterfly on one page.
    You don’t have to be a yoga instructor to enjoy sharing this story with children, the parent-teacher guide at the back of the book provides tips on how to get the most out of the yoga story experience. I highly recommend this book, it’s a lovely addition to the wonderful Kids Yoga Stories family of books!

  43. 5 out of 5

    As with all of Giselle Shardlow’s yoga stories this story is amazingly interactive. Children love the poses that fit beautifully with actions that occur simultaneously in the story. I find this method of teaching yoga poses and breathing techniques, through stories, fantastic for allowing children some mindful downtime. Detailed observations of autumn make this a useful resource with regard to teaching about seasons of the year.

  44. 5 out of 5

    Trish’a yoga book is wonderful!!! It’s engages children sense of wonder and curiosity !! I teach preschool Yoga and this book is perfect for my classroom! The illustrations are beautiful !! Highly recommend!

  45. 5 out of 5

    Michelle – 21 July 2016

    What a cheerful adventure of a Father and Daughter connection. My children loved the yoga poses and colourful illustration. I find children relate better to fun and familiar stories, and this is both. This book is a wonderful resource to have at home to introduce children to yoga.

  46. 4 out of 5

    Nice book with attractive illustrations!Perfect for introducing yoga to kids & turning it into a fun,playful activity for them!

  47. 5 out of 5

    Wonderful yoga story book for children. Great drawings with easy to understand and perform poses.
    My children will love hearing this story and trying out the poses.

  48. 5 out of 5

    This is a very sweet story with beautiful illustrations that will appeal to kids preschool age through primary elementary. I plan to use it this fall in my kid’s yoga classes. I imagine they will love it when I “click” imaginary snap photos of them in the yoga poses. The pose progression is well done, and kids will be relaxing on their backs (or with their heads down at their desk if read in a classroom setting) by the end of the story. It would also be easy to use for classroom teachers and parents who are not yoga teachers, because it includes a parent teacher guide. The yoga poses are illustrated in a little inserted circle on the side of the page where the pose is introduced in the story, so it’s really easy to act out the story with yoga poses.

  49. 4 out of 5

    I teach preschool children aged 3-5 with special needs. Yoga is a great way to engage the children while developing strength, coordination and flexibility, as well as improving body awareness and concentration. Combining yoga with literature promotes listening and language skills. Giselle’s book teaches yoga poses in a gentle little story about Trish and her Dad spending the afternoon together. The illustrations are colorfully beautiful and the poses are woven into the story to enhance the story and actively involve the children. I’m looking forward to using this book with my class this fall!

  50. 1 out of 5

    I love the concept of bringing the vibrant images of fall into the practice. The suggested age group of children 2-5 years will really enjoy acting out the story.
    Valerie of Mothershipyoga July 20, 2016

  51. 5 out of 5

    As a certified yoga instructor and kindergarten teacher, I plan to use Trish’s Fall Photography as part of my fall curriculum. It is a wonderful story that is supported with a beautiful yoga sequence! Both my yoga and kindergarten students will love it!

  52. 5 out of 5

    I love this book. The story entwined with photography and with yoga helps introduce the kids that there is always a place for yoga. I appreciate being able to see the ‘snapshots’ that Trish and her dad took. This book not is not only useful to help teach/interact with the poses, but with tying it into lessons about the Fall and taking photos. The colors on the pages evoke the feeling of Fall too!
    I also have Sophia’s Jungle Adventure and know that my children are familiar with both the story and the poses, I have caught them pulling the story out and reading and posing on their own time! I think that will also happen with Trish’s Fall Photography!

  53. 1 out of 5

    I like the flow of this book. The yoga poses follow a good sequence from standing poses to those down on the mat. Also, there are no complicated poses which could hurt an adult’s back while demonstrating!
    I will look forward to reading it and following the poses with my occupational therapy clients!

  54. 5 out of 5

    I love that the kids are inspired by your books! This one again did it! They love reenacting the story and often start creating their own stories afterwards, using more yoga poses.

  55. 5 out of 5

    From reviewing the book on Amazon it looks great!!! Nice picture, the colors are awesome and the yoga poses are simple and easy for children to do. Very nice!!!!

  56. 5 out of 5

    I reviewed my new book (fall photography) yesterday and I love love love it! Excellent work! Not too short, not too long! It’s perfect!!!

  57. 5 out of 5

    I received Trish’s autumn yoga book in the mail, and previewed it. A lot of descriptive language, beautiful illustrations and wonderful yoga to practice! I’m all set for the fall!

    Gail
    Speech-Language Pathologist

  58. 5 out of 5

    You have captured 2 of my favorite things in this book – yoga and photography!

    My niece read it to me before bed last night, and she really enjoyed it! I love these smaller size books, they are easier for kids to handle, and I find them a bit easier if I’m teaching a class. The illustrations are amazing, My niece and I enjoyed searching for all of the little details in each picture, like the animal with the apple in his mouth.

    The poses will be easy for kids to follow, I teach kids as young as 3 and I have a feeling they will really enjoy this book. The story flows nicely and incorporates the poses at the perfect time. Teachers I have worked with have said the seasons books that you do easily incorporates the themes that they work on in preschools and daycares here.

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