Review of My Daddy is a Pretzel


I love to do yoga and have been stretching and bending for many years. Now I have discovered a children's book regarding yoga positions. It is a delight to see and a must to read! It's about 8 1/2" by 11" and is 48 pages. I rate it 5+ stars!



Baron Batiste is the author of My Daddy is a Pretzel. His parents opened up the first yoga studio in San Francisco in 1955. Baron has worked with Hollywood celebrities and NFL Players, teaching them stretches and yoga positions. Helen Hunt is one of the stars that comes to mind.

Baron is the proud Father of three boys. He has established institutes in Mexico, Montana and Hawaii. He offers yoga instruction especially for the children. Baron has transformed yoga teaching here in the United States and in Europe. He's famous!

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My Daddy is a Pretzel will inform and delight young readers with the knowledge and illustrations of the following Yoga poses:

* The Tree Pose (Vrksasana)

* The Dog Pose (Adho Mukha Svanasana)

* The Triangle Pose (Trikonasana)

* The Airplane Pose (Dekasana)

* The Bridge Pose ( Setu Bandhasana)

* The Plow Pose (Halasana)

* The Fish Pose (Matsyasana)

* The Lion Pose (Simhasana)

* The Pretzel Pose (Marichyasana)

These yoga tips for little yogis are beautifully illustrated by Sophie Fatus. Ages 4-9 can read this book on their own and for ages 0-4 you'll enjoy reading this delightful hardcover children's book, My Daddy Is A Pretzel!

Recent Praise:

"Baron's style and sense of play brought yoga into my life. My Daddy is a Pretzel is a wonderful book!" —Helen Hunt

"I love Baron Baptiste's book, My Daddy is a Pretzel. I can't wait to buy it for every child I know so that there can be a whole young generation of kids practicing with this wonderful teacher, and learning how to not only do the asanas, but to behave in a compassionate way in a kinder new world"
—Ali McGraw

"With kids and parents running in many directions, these exercises geared for the entire family may be a yogi’s dream come true. A first glance will likely inspire you to strike a yoga position—but page through the stories and colorful illustrations by Sophie Fatus and you may just want to sit down and read the book with your kids. Both activities are healthy, after all! Slow down the pace and spend time together with this gift for your family’s minds, bodies and spirit. "
—For Her Information: Good Reads Blog

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You might want to slow down the pace, do some deep breathing and integrate yoga into your lifestyle. The book will leave a lasting message with you and your body will bend and limber up with yoga poses. My Daddy is a Pretzel is a fun book of yoga for parents and kids! I hope you'll own it one day, have it in your book library and incorporate
the techniques for a more happier and changed lifestyle!


Happy Reading,
LadyD




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