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Publisher's Summary

Children will benefit from Dharmachari Nagaraja's appealing combination of warmth, wisdom, wit and playfulness in this third book from the At Bedtime series. 

Growing up in the modern world, our children can often feel distracted, stressed and anxious. The ancient wisdom of Buddhism, with its emphasis on peace, compassion and mindfulness, is the ideal basis for helping any child face the challenges of daily life with increased confidence and calm.

From the tale of Percy the ostrich and Kevin the snail, which teaches the importance of friendship, to that of Marina the mermaid and the golden shell, which will encourage your child to meet adversity with honesty and compassion, the stories are designed to both entertain and enlighten, helping to:

  • Develop your child's imagination and sense of creativity
  • Reassure your child about any worries they may have
  • Teach your child about empathy and showing compassion to others
  • Stimulate the imagination and enhance the creativity of your child 
  • Boost your child's self-confidence 
  • Encourage your child along the path of right living.
©2017 Watkins Media Limited; Text Copyright (c) Dharmachari Nagaraja 2017 (P)2018 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • 05-07-19

Gentle stories. Lovely voice.

I think I have might like this more than my 7 year old, but he would rather listen to something exciting! These are what they say they are, gentle stories.
Like all these moral tales though, I don't always agree with them but they certainly spark an opportunity discussion with children about what's fair or honest etc.
I love the meditations at the end, they last only a few minutes each which is good for young children.
The narrator's voice is enchanting, I cannot describe what the accent is, but I find her voice soothing. I now associate those tones with calm and when I hear it my body thinks its relax time.