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Mindful : February 2016
TEACHING MINDFULNESS SKILLS TO KIDS AND TEENS Edited by Christopher Willard and Amy Saltzman • Guilford Two leaders in the movement to educate the whole child offer a comprehensive resource for teachers, parents, admin- istrators, and social workers. And none too soon, since programs bringing mindfulness into schools grow daily, as does interest in the young brain. Here you’ll find lots of practical applications (in settings ranging from art class to the gym to the classroom) and also scientific inquiry into how mindfulness training might work in the adolescent brain. THE HAPPINESS TRACK How to Apply the Science of Happiness to Accelerate Your Success Emma Seppälä • Harper One Seppälä’s take on our busyness addic- tion is refreshingly non-punitive—we don’t slave because we’re suckers for stress, it’s because we want to do good: we want to work hard, we want to be good friends. Seppälä draws on cognitive psychology and neuroscience to show how we can flourish, tapping into reserves of calm and compassion instead of stress and anxiety. DO UNTO ANIMALS A Friendly Guide to How Animals Live, and How We Can Make Their Lives Better Tracey Stewart • Illustrations by Lisel Ashlock • Artisan Pigs have best friends? And cats’ claws grow from the bone, so declawing can lead to ar thritis. Animal advocate Tracy Stewar t teaches us about how to best care for animals—in home, backyard, and farm. The illustrations of her (and Jon Stewar t’s) animals, plus others from farm sanctuaries around the US, will bring you back to your childhood books. 16 mindful February 2016 reviews Bookmark This read... listen... download naropa.edu/aligned Nestled in the foothills of Boulder, Naropa University combines a Western liberal arts education with Eastern wisdom practices. Naropa offers accredited graduate and undergraduate degrees and certificate programs in more than two dozen fields of study, including: Contemplative Education Religious Studies Master of Divinity Clinical Mental Health Counseling Authentic Leadership