Dinosaur Yoga (Hardcover)

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By Mariam Gates, Matthew Rivera (Illustrator), Matthew Rivera (Illustrator)
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An illustrated picture book offering a playful introduction to yoga through dinosaurs.

The latest yoga picture book from bestselling author Mariam Gates introduces children to the joys and benefits of yogathrough dinosaurs! Triceratops, Pterodactyl, T-Rex, and others learn to bend, stretch, and breathe through a yoga flow. Instead of being sad, mad, or frustrated when things arent going their way, the dinosaurs practice yoga to feel better. The book features a parents guide to the depicted postures and a glossary of dinosaurs at the back.

As the creator of the celebrated Kid Power Yoga, Gates knows that teaching children yoga sets them up for better habits of flexibility, fitness, and self-soothing. With Dinosaur Yoga, kids can stomp, stretch, and snort their way to skills that will serve them for a lifetime.

About the Author


Mariam Gates holds a masters in education from Harvard University and is the creator of the renowned Kid Power Yoga. She is the author of the bestselling Good Night Yoga and many other yoga-related books for children. She lives in Northern California. For more, see mariamgates.com.

Matthew Rivera earned his bachelor degree in fine arts from the University of Arizona. After many years of being an art director for agencies, corporations, and toymakers, Matthew now writes and illustrates stories for children, such as Brains: Not Just a Zombie Snack and Roxy the Last Unisaurus Rex.

Matthew Rivera earned his bachelors degree in fine arts from the University of Arizona. After many years of being an art director for agencies, corporations, and toymakers, Matthew now writes and illustrates stories for children.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781683643043
ISBN-10: 1683643046
Publisher: Sounds True
Publication Date: October 22nd, 2019
Pages: 32
Language: English

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