“Remember the Stars (A Little Zen for Little Ones)” is a new children’s book about a wise boy who receives a lot of love, along with a lot of worry, from his parents. They worry about his health, his happiness and just about everything else. But the little boy is smart, and asks his parents to consider focusing on the present moment instead of worrying about the future. This message touches upon core Zen concepts of being present and not letting our worries disconnect us from what is truly important.
“This third title in the A Little Zen for Little Ones series holds a special place in my heart,” said author Sanjay Nambiar. “We are so busy and preoccupied in our modern culture. This book imparts a little wisdom as to what is most important, namely the time we spend together.”
“Remember the Stars (A Little Zen for Little Ones)” is the third title in the award-winning A Little Zen for Little Ones trilogy. The first title in the series, “Maybe (A Little Zen for Little Ones),” won a Mom’s Choice Awards Silver Medal and a Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Awards Gold Medal and received broad critical acclaim, while the second title, “Still There? (A Little Zen for Little Ones),” also won a Mom’s Choice Awards Silver Medal.
Read our review of the second book in the series “Still There.”