My Mindful A To Zen: 26 Wellbeing Haiku For Happy Little Mind


These haiku poems for the soul gently introduce children to mindfulness concepts like Om, Yoga and Zen, as well as goals for mindful living like Gratitude and Positivity. With its delightful cast of inclusive characters, this inspirational poetry collection promotes wellbeing with every letter.

Author: Stella Elia
Illustration: Weberson Santiago
Bank Street Best Children’s Book of the Year
Age: 4-6 years
32 pages – Hardcover
Printed on FSC certified paper with non petroleum based inks

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For each letter of the alphabet, this book gives children a little insight into Haiku poetry and an introduction to mindfulness concepts like Om, Yoga and Zen. This calming childrens book is cleverly written, with inclusive characters and poems that promote emotional wellbeing. The beautiful illustrations are large and very colourful with a unique style that allows children to reflect on their own lives and relationships, complementing the corresponding poem. 

This is a fun and creative book that is great for winding down after a busy day. Enjoy some poems, get cosy and be ready for a to settle down for some calm time. 

Award winning children’s book publisher and social enterprise, Lantana Publishing, have a mission to publish inclusive books that are changing the game of publishing, commissioning books that celebrate diversity, equality, and environmental sustainability. In the UK, a third of school children identify as being Black, Asain, or Minority Ethnic (BAME), but yet less than 5% of books are representative of BAME characters. Further to this, less than 2% are authors or book creators represented by British people of colour, even less than this are representative of the LGBTQ+ communities or disabled. Lantana believes that every child deserves to see themselves in the books they read.