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by Baron Baptiste Year Published: AverageLimber up with this unique, child-friendly yoga book! Created for parents and children to share together, but also suitable for adults and older children to use alone, My Daddy is a Pretzel not only introduces a range of postures, it also connects the practices to everyday life, showing how families can integrate their yoga with their activities in the world. A light-hearted look at yoga, yet one with a lasting message, My Daddy is a Pretzel is a wonderful introduction to yoga for readers of all shapes and sizes. by Kara Douglass Thom Year Published: AveragePenny proudly wears her mom’s medal to show-and-tell following her mom’s first marathon. Penny claims much credit for her mom’s success, and tells all about training and running a big race. Penny ends by saying she wants to be a runner like her mom—and we see them in a 1K fun run. Kara Douglass Thom is the author of Becoming an Ironman. by Lizzy Rockwell Year Published: AverageA celebration of the amazing human machine and a life on the move! Your amazing body can jump, sprint, twist, and twirl. Your body is built to move. Lizzy Rockwell explains how your bones and muscles, heart and lungs, nerves and brain all work together to keep you on the go. Kids walk and skate and tumble through these pages with such exuberance that even sprouting couch potatoes will want to get up and bounce around—and that’s the ultimate goal. Studies show that American kids are becoming more sedentary and more overweight and that they carry these tendencies with them into adolescence and adulthood. Experts agree that we need to help kids make physical activity a life-long habit. Through education, information, and encouragement, this book aims to inspire a new generation of busy bodies!