Booma Booma Boom
It’s not the thunder that’s so scary, just the way that it arrives. It comes without a warning, and takes us by surprise.
In lively rhyming text, a courageous boy guides his stuffed animal companions and his parents through a thunderstorm using sensory-based mindfulness to navigate his fear and find quiet within the storm. Through this soothing story, kids will understand that thunderstorms can also bring good things, such as calming rain and water for plants. The atmospheric illustrations capture the darkness of a storm and the light that comes through as fear subsides.
Includes a Reader’s Note with more information about helping kids navigate their own fears around thunderstorms.
Gail Silver, JD. E-RYT, RCYT, is an award-winning author and contributor to Lions Roar Magazine. Gail travels nationally and internationally to facilitate mindfulness-based education.
She is the founder and director of Yoga Child Inc. and the founder and CEO of The School Mindfulness Project.
She lives in Philadelphia, PA. Visit her online; and follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Lisa Fields received her BFA in illustration from Ringling College of Art and Design. Lisa is also a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.
She lives in New York. Visit her website or follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.