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The Three Little Yogis and the Wolf Who Lost His Breath gives the wolf a voice. He’s no longer just a villain out to get the pigs. He’s got feelings. He’s got motivations. This is his story.
Children have a lot of emotions on a good day. The uncertainty surrounding Covid-19 has heightened those feelings. At least, I know it has in our house. The Three Little Yogis and the Wolf Who Lost His Breath gives children — and their parents — the tools to deal with fear, anger, and frustration within the context of a familiar tale. In fact, I think it could be really fun to read The Three Little Pigs either before or after and compare actions and consequences.
Susan Verde’s accessible text is paired with Jay Fleck’s charming illustrations that mirror the wolf’s emotions.
I read this book to my daughter the second time in a row. We both enjoyed reading it! This book is an excellent resource for introducing yoga and deep breathing to instill calmness and manage emotions. It even works for grown-ups :-) This book deserves 10 stars!