Barefoot Books in The Media

Barefoot in the Media
The Barefoot Buzz is growing! Journalists in newspapers, magazines and online all agree that Barefoot Books is making a difference in the world of publishing, and in the lives of children! Read some of our favorite stories below.

The Barefoot Books Stallholder Program is featured in the current issue of Mothering Magazine! Richele Baburina is interviewed, and her photo even appears! It is on news stands now so be sure to pick up a copy.
Mothering Magazine, March 2009
Going Barefoot with Stallholder Richele Barburina

Stallholding fits in beautifully with Barburina's mothering and homeschooling of her two boys...'Because the founders of Barefoot began their business while working at home with their own children, they are incredibly insightful and supportive'

Eco-Libris is collaborating with Barefoot Stallholders to provide their customers with the opportunity to plant a tree for every Barefoot book they buy.

http://www.ecolibris.net

Barefoot Books
Barefoot Books is independent publisher of children's books, with offices in the United States and in the UK. Barefoot Books are available in bookstores and through Barefoot Stallholders, individuals who sell the books through home parties and community and school events.

http://www.ecolibris.net/business_opp.asp

About Eco-Libris:
Eco-Libris is a green business that enables people to do something reasonable, affordable yet with an impact: plant one tree for every book they read. By working with individuals and publishers to plant trees in developing countries, Eco-Libris makes sure that each tree is planted where it provides significant value for both the environment and the local communities.


Barefoot Books will be planting trees in partnership with Eco-Libris, for each copy of Earth Tales sold till the end of April in honor of Earth Day. If you would like to purchase a copy of this fantastic new title or check out what other great books please visit my Barefoot Books site;

http://www.mybarefootbooks.com/LadyD

In this beautiful anthology of folktales, young readers learn how different cultures around the world live in harmony with the rhythms and patterns of nature. Discover how to tread lightly on our precious Earth by following the easy eco-tips and trying out some of the fun and creative activities that accompany each story
The perfect gift for any earth-conscious child!
Earth-friendly titles from some Barefoot Books will be perfect for Earth Day. Here are a few...



* Earth Tales Hardcover *New*
* The Beeman Paperback *New*
* Whole World Mini Gift Edition
* Folkmanis Bee Puppet


CEO, Nancy Traversy, and Barefoot featured in the Christian Science Monitor!


http://features.csmonitor.com/backstory/2009/03/17/an-independent-bookseller-stars-in-her-own-fairy-tale

Christian Science Monitor, March 2009
A bookseller stars in her own fairytale

In an era when conventional wisdom in publishing holds that tots want nothing more than Disney, and that independent bookstores are being vanquished by the big, bad book chains, Nancy Traversy has so far been victorious.


Urban Baby helped spread the word about Barefoot in NYC!
Elizabeth Kennedy wrote an article on Tales from Old Ireland

http://childrensbooks.about.com/cs/fairytales/fr/irishfairytales.htm

" Living barefoot: Barefoot Books Cofounder Nancy Traversy pairs vivid art with high-quality multicultural children’s stories from the Nile to the Amazon, Shakespeare to mythology."
(Mary Knox Merrill/Staff)
Also, I am excited to announce that Barefoot Books will be running a FREE SHIPPING weekend for all orders between 28 March - 31 March.
Happy Reading!



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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!

Click Here, My Daddy is a Pretzel

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

Click Here, My Daddy is a Pretzel

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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Review of Mrs.Moon Lullabies for Bedtime




At the end of a long day, whether you've been working inside or outside, it's time to come inside now. Settle down for quiet time with a lovely story and a cd of lullabies playing in the background. Are you familiar with "Mrs.Moon Lullabies for Bedtime"?
I'm talking about a collection of 23 songs, sweet lullabies that calm you, ease you into a restful sleep. Soothing old and new songs played on acoustic instruments, you'll hear mostly guitar, keyboard, banjo, harmonica and accordion, accompanied with wonderful voices in harmony. The simplicity of melodies will transport you to another land, another place in time.
Now the book is beautifully illustrated by fabric artist Clare Beaton. Clare Beaton worked at the BBC for eight years, illustrating on many children's television programs. She has become a famous illustrator and has created nearly fifty books. I love her illustrations in this particular book. Each object or person in the story has an appearance of felt surrounded with the blanket stitch.

http://www.barefoot-books.com/us/site/pages/artists.php?aid=86

Dana Kletter is the author of Mrs.Moon Lullabies for Bedtime. Music has always shaped her life. She writes fiction and her reviews can be found in The Boston Phoenix and The San Francisco Chronicle. She lives here in the States. Dana founded the bands Blackgirls and Dish. Her voice is incredibly beautiful to listen to.

http://www.barefoot-books.com/us/site/pages/authors.php?aid=211

This book, Mrs. Moon Lullabies for Bedtime, is part of the PBS Parents Collection. Do you remember these words?
"Hush-you-bye, don't you cry, Go to sleepy, little baby. When you wake, you shall have All the pretty little horses." This is one of my favorites in addition to Rock-a-Bye, Baby. This book will truly provide the sweetest of dreams to all the children everywhere.
Read It Alone: Ages 4-7
Read It Together: Ages 0-4
Hardcover with CD; full-color illustrations; 48pages
Price $19.99 and sweet, peaceful dreams!
Happy Reading!
~ LadyD

http://barefootbooks-ladyd.blogspot.com




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