Kids Yoga Stories Announces the Release of the Second Edition of Anna and her Rainbow-Colored Yoga Mats by Giselle Shardlow
With yoga books for kids becoming more popular every day, lots of readers are anxiously awaiting the release of the second edition of Anna and her Rainbow-Colored Yoga Mats by Giselle Shardlow. Shardlow has been a pace-setting breakthrough author in the genre, and this, her latest release, is expected to be more fun and exciting than ever.
February 19, 2015
Kids Yoga Stories can teach important lessons and be entertaining, but they are also amazing tools that could lay the foundation for healthy behavior for years to come. The Kids Yoga Stories books written by author Giselle Shardlow have led the way in providing fun and informative yoga books for kids. The latest is their recently announced new release, the second edition of Anna and her Rainbow-Colored Yoga Mats. News about this book, one of the most popular books published by Kids Yoga Stories, has been met with a very enthusiastic response.
“We’re really excited about the second edition of Anna and her Rainbow-Colored Yoga Mats,” remarked Shardlow. “It’s been one of our most popular yoga books, and parents have said it has really encouraged their children to have fun, play, and explore yoga poses for kids. And that’s what our mission is all about—giving parents a way to bond with their kids and help them learn healthy habits.”
So far, Kids Yoga Stories has released over a dozen books, and Shardlow runs a website packed with free yoga information for children and families. The site, books, and company have received praise from everyone from parents to yoga enthusiasts for their combination of easy-to-understand instruction, positive attitude, and infectious energy.
B.H. recently commented on Anna and her Rainbow-Colored Yoga Mats in a five-star review, “This is a great yoga book for kids. There are many poses you can follow along with as you read, and on top of that, it has a great message. I read this to a group of kids (7-9 year olds) as part of our yoga class, and they were completely attentive to every word of the story. I highly recommend this if you are looking for a way to get kids interested in yoga. Even if your kids already love yoga, this is another great tool to add to your library for inspiring a little movement and a sense of empathy and compassion.”
For more information, visit www.kidsyogastories.com.
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