Un Tesoro en Las Cumbres Aprendiendo a Meditar by Ramiro Calle
  

Un Tesoro en Las Cumbres Aprendiendo a Meditar

Written by Ramiro Calle
Illustrated by Nivola Uya

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Synopsis

Un Tesoro en Las Cumbres Aprendiendo a Meditar by Ramiro Calle

After Yoga in the Jungle, our two friends from different cultures continue to learn as they travel through India. In the world's highest peaks, they will discover that the most valuable treasure of all for a happy, peaceful life is found within each and every one of us. A Treasure in the Peaks includes suggestions for simple exercises to improve concentration and attention, introducing young readers to the benefits of meditation: focusing on the sound of bird song, feeling each step we take with our feet, or noticing how our heart fills with joy. Are you ready to climb the highest peaks and learn to meditate? Lexile Level 770L.

Reviews

Best Educational Children's Picture Book-Spanish ~ Second Place at the 2016 International Latino Book Awards

About the Author

Ramiro Calle is a pioneering yoga teacher in Spain, having founded the Shadak yoga centre in 1971, through whose doors have passed more than half a million people. He was a professor of yoga at the Autonomous University of Madrid, and has published more than two hundred books. Nivola Uya is an award winning illustrator and audio-visual artist. Her books include Life is Beautiful! (Second Best Cover Illustration and Honorable Mention as Best Children's Fiction Picture Book-English at the 2013 International Latino Book Awards) and A Very, Very Noisy Tractor.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
28 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Ramiro Calle
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Publisher

Cuento de Luz SL

Publication date

23rd June 2016

ISBN

9788416078820


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