Lolli and the Bunyip
Teach your children how to handle difficult emotions and develop lifelong confidence.
Lolli is an endearing character that guides children into imaginary places encouraging them to think positively while increasing their self-esteem and helping them relax before bedtime.
In the fifth book of the series, Lolli helps kids to embrace boredom, failure, and being different. These stories are perfect for creating a wonderful bedtime routine with your children. Having let go of their negative thoughts, they will be better able to have a good night's rest.
The meditations are designed to boost confidence, increase self-esteem, and improve your child's overall resilience and happiness.
Three original guided meditations include:
Lolli and the Bunyip Lolli and the Lonely Star Lolli and the Treasure Map
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- Paperback | 52 pages
- 203 x 254 x 4mm | 163g
- 15 Mar 2017
- Angelos Publishing
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04 Apr 2017
Lolli and the Bunyip by Elena Paige is another worthy addition to Lolli's adventures. The captivating tales will completely engage kids, draw them into Lolli's Land of Color, and make them feel like they are really part of the adventure. The meditation style of narration that starts each adventure is so much fun and both adults and kids (readers and listeners) will have lots of fun with it. The vivid illustrations make these already amazing adventures come alive even more, enabling kids to imagine it all and be part of it all. The stories are fresh, exciting and fun, and have lots of good lessons for young readers to take away. Lolli and the Bunyip is an amazing read for kids, anytime, anywhere, and they will read the adventures over and over. The Lolli series will make an amazing addition to a child's home or school library.
Reviewed By Melissa Tanaka for Readers' Favorite
Lolli and the Bunyip: Meditation Adventures for Kids is a perfect addition to Elena Paige's meditation series. Beautiful stories with vivid imagery keep children engaged and entertained, while directions such as taking deep breaths, thinking about the people you love, singing, and letting your heart shine, allow children to slowly relax while they listen to Lolli as she takes them on an exciting adventure. Throughout the meditations, children help out some new friends, whether they are wallabies or even the stars in our sky, learning and growing as they do so. In addition, these meditation stories contain a mix of actual information and incredible imagination, thus ensuring that children remember that creativity and imagination are just as important as everything else!
Reviewed By Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Elena Paige's children's adventure book, Lolli and the Bunyip: Meditation Adventures for Kids, book 5, continues with this ground-breaking series that shows how infinitely adaptable meditation sessions can be, even for hyperactive, squirmy kids. I always seem to get a bit excited as I start following Lolli's breathing instructions, ring the bell three times and call her name. I've been a practitioner of meditation for many years, but have never seen the practice expanded in such exciting and adventurous ways. Each of Paige's meditations is a free-flowing relaxation activity that also addresses social issues children may be wrestling with, such as feeling different, lonely or bored. In the meditations, children imagine themselves dressing in shorts and t-shirts for the desert or in spacesuits for a jaunt into outer space. Paige creates vivid, colorful guided meditations that will have many adults taking a second look at their same-old meditation practices and experimenting themselves a bit with Lolli's Land of Color and far-off adventures -- I know, I have. Lolli and the Bunyip: Meditation Adventures for Kids, book 5 will have kids feeling relaxed and quite pleased with life in general after they meditate with Lolli. This innovative book is most highly recommended.