Looking after a child's wellbeing is just as important as looking after an adult's wellbeing.

The books listed below will help children find their happy place, learn how to deal with their worries and learn yoga.

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Hey, Warrior

Karen Young

Anxiety can be tricky to explain, but this book helps kids understand how stress can affect the human body. Empower your children by giving them the tools to understand more about their mental health.

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Sit with Me

Carolyn Kanjuro

Everyone can benefit from meditation – kids included! This is a great beginner’s guide for children starting their journey towards mindful moments. Playful rhymes and illustrations will keep practise fun for all!

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Listening with My Heart

Gabi Garcia

This sweet story reminds children of the importance of self-love. It emphasises that while being kind to others is important, it’s equally important to be kind to ourselves. This is an essential lesson as children get older.

Fing Your happy place

Find Your Happy Place: A Book of Mindful Activities

Josephine Dellow

An activity book jam packed with exercises, games, puzzles and stickers to help children manage their breath, thoughts, and feelings. This is the perfect activity book for those seeking tranquillity in these turbulent times.

Yoga Magic

Let's Make Yoga Magic

Heather Leah

Make yoga magic with this interactive book. Pull the levers, turn the wheels, and watch as 13 children come to life to act out 13 yoga poses. Kids will delight in seeing the sun rise over the mountain pose, boats float beneath the bridge pose, and branches blossom during the tree pose.

Rubys Worry

Ruby's Worry: A Big Bright Feelings Book

Tom Percival

Ruby loves being Ruby until, one day, she finds a worry. At first it's not such a big worry, and that's alright, but then it starts to grow. A perceptive and poignant story that is perfect for discussing childhood worries and anxieties, no matter how big or small they may be.