Moonbeam: A Book of Meditations for Children

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HarperCollins, 1992 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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Maureen Garth′s popular meditations for children were born out of the author′s desire to help her three-year-old daughter sleep soundly. Developing ′the gentle art of going within′, her delightful stories helped her child - and many others around the world - to feel secure and to sleep peacefully. In Moonbeam, Garth invites her readers to accompany her on journeys into an imaginative world of animals, people and places. She shows parents how to use these imaginings with their children, helping them deal with their anxieties, develop their concentration and enhance their creativity.

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Great for Childs Imagination

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Great, calming, bedtime stories to read to your children. The stories are very descriptive and great for your childs imagination. They can imagine themselves right in the stories. Read full review

Review: Moonbeam: A Book of Meditations for Children

User Review  - Jodi - Goodreads

I used to read these meditations to my daughter when she was young and she loved them. They were particularly wonderful during times of anxiety. I highly recommend it as a bed time read with little ones. Read full review

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About the author (1992)

Maureen Garth was an innovative teacher and writer about meditation who lived in Sydney, Australia. She died after completing the manuscript of Earthlight. In addition to her collections of childrens visualizations for older readers, The Inner Garden, InnerSpace,and The Power of the Inner Self.

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