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Moody Cow Meditates (Anglais) Relié – 1 septembre 2009

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"It's a great way to introduce children to the practice of meditation, while also helping them become aware of their feelings." (Tynette Deveaux, "Good Reads for Little Buddhas," Shambhala Sun)

"Salty, satisfying, and clever book." (Spirituality & Practice)

"An amazing, yet simplistically beautiful story that teaches children (and caregivers) how to meditate." (Circles of Light)

"This book is a true gem to those of us with children and that struggle with trying to teach them meditation." (Precious Metal)

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It all started one stupid, rotten day when everything went wrong...

Peter the cow is having a BAD day. After missing the bus and wiping out on his bike he loses his temper and gets in trouble. To make matters worse all the other kids are teasing him, calling him Moody Cow. Peter's day just seems to get worse until his grandfather comes over and teaches him how to settle his mind and let go of his frustration through a simple and fun exercise. This vibrant and funny children's book is a playful way to introduce children to the power of meditation. With full color illustrations by the author, Moody Cow Meditates is a wonderful book for parents and children to share together.

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87 internautes sur 88 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great! Funny and Relevant, and Introduces a Meditation Many Children Will Love 29 septembre 2009
Par L. Erickson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I liked the author's prior book on meditation for kids, Peaceful Piggy Meditation, but I think I like this one even better. It is funnier, and teaches a meditation that many preschool and elementary age children will love. The story centers around a young cow/boy who has had a VERY bad day (thus earning him the nickname 'moody cow'). He has a bad dream, his sister bugs him, he misses the school bus, he gets in a bicycle accident - like I said, a VERY bad day. And he gets VERY angry. To help calm him down, his grandfather helps him make a 'mind-jar', where sparkles swirling in agitated water represent his angry thoughts. Then he 'meditates' on the mind-jar by watching it until all the sparkles settle peacefully at the bottom. At that point, of course, he is feeling much better himself too.
Not only is this a great way to introduce meditation (instructions for the mind-jar are included in the back), but it also provides a way to talk about difficult emotions, and the situations in kid's lives that make them feel that way, in an open and non-punitive fashion. And it's appropriate for parents, teachers, and kids of any religious (or non-religious) background - meditation is not presented within a religious framework. Highly recommend!

EDIT 7/9/10 - I came back to edit this review after reading some of the other reviews. It is true that there is a lot more anger represented in this book than others, and that moody cow's expression of that anger - and his sister's - are pretty aggressive. And the mother's initial reaction to the behavior is punitive. But personally, I feel it has a fairy tale feel to it, because the characters are animals, and so these actions trigger discussion, but aren't presented as models for behavior. My own kid's did gasp the first time we read this book, when he broke the window, in the way they might gasp at a dragon battle or whatnot in another kind of story. I think the value is in triggering discussion, and letting kids feel like we all make mistakes, as opposed to trying to 'regulate' what they are exposed to. Of course what age to do that at is a personal parental decision.
30 internautes sur 30 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
my "Moody Cow" loves this book! 21 janvier 2010
Par J. Griffith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I have a very bright, emotionally intense six year old who's best friend loaned us this book a few days ago. We love it! I went out today to buy the fixings to make our own "mind jars"- my son is absolutely fascinated by the idea (he calls it a mad jar). At a playdate this afternoon he related the entire story almost verbatim to another friend, who now also wants to go out and get this book so he can make his own mad jar. Just think, we could end up with a whole population of six-year olds who know how to meditate! Fabulous!
23 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Anger Management for Kids 15 février 2010
Par J. Steitzer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I got this book for my Moody Cow daughter, 7 years old, but found that my 5 and 4 year old really benefitted from the simple act of letting their angry thoughts settle using the technique described in this book. It really works well because it is multi-sensory... VISUAL - kids watch as sparkles sink to the bottom of the jar. AUDITORY - they listen to gong to begin the meditation, and again at the end. EMOTIONAL - The grandfather listens to his grandson's misfortunate day, and EMPATHIZES as he goes along.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good book, but a little long 29 août 2012
Par Sarah_S - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I use this book in my practice as a child therapist. The book hold the kids' interest for the first third, but it starts to get long and a bit repetitive. I tend to paraphrase with younger children to keep them engaged. The best part of this book is that it included instructions to create a "mind jar" - a meditation tool. I would recommend it for kids between 6 and 9 or 10.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
lovely 6 juillet 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Recently my 9 1/2 son has really been struggling with his emotions and how to deal with them appropriately. My local book store recommended this and I quickly became enchanted with it. As I read, I was easily seeing my son in those scenarios which whichin turn made me hope that he would relate with Moody Cow and I was right; he had no trouble doing so. Moody Cow was overly dramatic and prone to exaggeration as well as not accepting responsibility for his actions, just like my own little moody cow. I especially loved how he was dealt with effectively but not harshly. While he learned that while his actions weren't appropriate, his feelings weren't bad or wrong. His family took the time to teach him how to deal effectively and appropriately with those feelings by teaching him the mind jar technique.

I really enjoyed reading it to my children and then participating in the discussion this sparked. All of my children liked making a mind jar and the child this was bought for seems to be responding to this technique very well.

In response to the reviwes that mention he got away with breaking the window, he didn't. His consequence of that action was to clean the toilet for a month, something he quite detests. Discipline doesn't have to be harsh or punitive to be effective. Also, those that mention the violence and how his medical needs were ignored (as in why was he meditating with grandpa instead of going to a doctor) I point out that he's a dramatic child prone to exaggeration and seemed quite normal. While I'm sure he was hurt, I got more a feeling that he exaggerated the extent of his injuries. To whit, he did not actually have a broken nose or huge wounds. His medical needs weren't ignored; you can see bandaids in the illustrations.
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