Sea Otter Cove: A Relaxation Story

Sea Otter Cove: A Relaxation Story

by Lori Lite

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Overview

THIS BOOK HAS BEEN REFORMATTED TO FIT THE NOOK BETTER.
Children will love to experience belly breathing with playful sea otters and a sea child. This effective, self-calming technique also known as "diaphragmatic breathing" can have a positive impact on your child's health. Proper breathing can lower stress and anxiety levels. It can be used to decrease pain and anger. Delightful characters and easy breathing encourage your child to slow down, relax, and fall asleep peacefully. If you enjoyed A Boy and a Bear, you will love Sea Otter Cove.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780980032864
Publisher: Stress Free Kids
Publication date: 08/28/2008
Series: Indigo Dreams
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 28
File size: 9 MB
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Lori Lite is a pioneer in the field of children’s stress management. She has dedicated her life to helping families reduce stress, anxiety, and anger. Lori created Stress Free Kids and a line of books, CDs, and lesson plans designed to help children, teens, and adults decrease stress, anxiety, and anger. Her work is considered a resource for parents, psychologists, therapists, child life specialists, teachers, doctors, counselors, and yoga instructors. She has been nationally recognized on Shark Tank, CBS News, and as a Sears parenting expert. Her sought after practical tips and articles can be found in hundreds of publications to include; Family Circle, NY Times, Web MD, Real Simple, Prevention, and Aspiring Women. Lori’s titles are also available in Spanish, Apps, and eBooks bringing stress management to Smart Boards and making classroom implementation easy. Her constant upbeat presence on Facebook and Twitter (Stressfreekids) makes her a real-time resource for anyone seeking practical advice for stress free living. For more information visit www.StressFreeKids.com

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Sea Otter Cove: A Relaxation Story 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite A sea child sat on a large rock in the middle of a shallow cove. She loved sitting there and relaxing. Many sea otters came there to eat, play, and rest, and that place was called Sea Otter Cove. They also knew it was a great place to rest, relax, and warm their bodies. The sea child loved closing her eyes and listening to the sound of the sea otters playing in the waves. She felt connected to the center of the earth, safe and anchored. One of the sea otters was curious and he loved to hide behind the rock and watch the sea child whenever she came for a visit. That particular day he decided to come out of his hiding place and lay down next to her. The sea child taught him a special breathing technique. Sea Otter Cove by Lori Lite offers a way of 'introducing relaxation breathing to lower anxiety, decrease stress and control anger while promoting peaceful sleep.’ This is a wonderful story that teaches young readers how relaxation breathing works and is good when it comes to making them aware of breathing and breathing techniques. The illustrations by Max Stasuyk make the concept clear to readers and it is a good technique to practice, especially if experiencing tension and stress. The story also helps readers to understand the importance of being connected to the Universe. It is a good book to read aloud in classrooms and at home, and youngsters can even practice the breathing patterns along with the sea child and the sea otters to send out a pulse of calmness around them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Where in the world is montry bay???
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book reminded us of our trip to Monterrey Bay and the sea. The book is not well formatted for the nook but we still enjoyed it. The breathing excercises were fun ... the kids breathed along with me the first few times but just ended up laughing by the end.