PM Meditations For Children (international edition, English)

Minimedi

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The multimedia eBook "P.M. Meditations For Children" contains 5 guided meditations (plus a BONUS MEDITATION). In just 3 minutes it will help your child to come to rest in the evening, solving one of the biggest everyday parental problems. Ideal for children of primary school age.

IMPORTANT COMPATIBILITY INFORMATION: This interactive, multimedia eBook contains images, videos and audio-files. Unfortunately these are not displayed correctly on all devices. The multimedia elements will work on iPad and iPhone, on the Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD, and on all Android-powered smartphones and tablets. Audio and video will also play in the Google Online view of your book. Audio and video will NOT work on eInk-devices (all brands, i.e. Sony, the original Kindle, Nook)!

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About the author

Ulrich Hoffmann is married and has three children. The family lives in Hamburg (Germany) and the United States.

Hoffmann is a multiple best-selling author in his native Germany. He is a member of the organization “1% for the planet”, attesting that he donates 1% of its revenue to environmental organizations.

More information about the author can be found at: www.ulrichhoffmann.com

More information about the kids' meditations can be found at: www.minimedi.com

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Publisher
Minimedi
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Published on
Dec 6, 2013
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Pages
26
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Language
English
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Genres
Family & Relationships / Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD-ADHD)
Family & Relationships / Autism Spectrum Disorders
Family & Relationships / Children with Special Needs
Family & Relationships / Education
Family & Relationships / General
Family & Relationships / Learning Disabilities
Family & Relationships / Life Stages / School Age
Family & Relationships / Parenting / General
Health & Fitness / Sleep & Sleep Disorders
Health & Fitness / Yoga
Self-Help / Meditations
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This content is DRM free.
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Available on Android devices
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