Kids Yoga Stories, an all-encompassing kid’s yoga book platform with an array of interactive, fun, and educational books for children aged three to eight, announced this week they will be releasing a new book this fall designed to motivate kids through yoga and photography: “Trish’s Fall Photography”. Written by Giselle Shardlow, the story follows Trish and her dad through a day of taking photos for a school project.
“I have always been passionate about working with children throughout my world travels, and common problems I’ve seen in every country are childhood obesity, illiteracy, and stress,” said Giselle Shardlow, author of Kids Yoga Stories. “I wanted to find a fun way to help children move past these obstacles, and creating yoga stories designed for kids was the perfect way to do it.”
Kids Yoga Stories is founded on the principle of using alternative and enjoyable activities to inspire children to want to move and exercise. Yoga, an incredibly beneficial physical discipline and exercise, has countless benefits for kids like increased flexibility and strength, stress reduction, better sleep, and improved motor skills.
“My goal is to write stories that make reading fun while sparking interest in kids to develop a calming, strength-building exercise routine,” said Shardlow. “I hope my books and other creative resources serve as the fun outlets children so desperately need today. Stay tuned for more updates surrounding our latest book to be released this fall.”
Trish’s Fall Photography contains a list of yoga poses for kids and a parent-teacher guide.
For more information, or to pre-order Trish’s Fall Photography on the Kids Yoga Stories platform today, visit: http://www.kidsyogastories.com/product/trishs-fall-photography-english
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About the Author
Giselle Shardlow draws from her experiences as a teacher, traveler, mother, and yogi to write her yoga books for kids. The purpose of her yoga stories is to foster happy, healthy, and globally educated children.