Cocovanilla and The Ice Veil Book I
By Ora Munter
Published: March 31, 2010
Words: 5,470 (approximate)
Feeling sad, Kiki ice skates in Central Park. Wishing to be happy, she twirls so fast, she spins into a world called, Ice Dreamland. She meets Cocovanilla. And, like an Avatar, Kiki merges with her. She learns Ice Dreamland's in danger. To save the planet, she must carry The Ice Veil to the Queen’s palace. On her journey she befriends enchanted creatures, outwits bullies,and find true happiness.
, epic fantasy
, enchanted forest
, magic and fantasy
, 6 to 8 year olds
, breathing technique
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Cocovanilla and The Ice Veil
This book has 12 illustrations, an exciting adventure and a lesson in The Art of Decision-Making. By practicing a simple technique taught in the story, kids learn how to avoid over-reacting impulsively and/or being paralyzed by to many mental machinations. Instead they'll think clearly,look before they leap and trust their innate wisdom.When they do, they'll be happy and so will you.Cocovanilla and The Ice Veil Book I
Here's Episode One of "Cocovanilla and The Ice Veil." Kiki skates in Central Park. Suddenly, she spins into another world called, Ice Dreamland. Using mindfulness, she magically merges with Cocovanilla. Go to TheIceVeilTales.com to see all 12 episodes. Click on PUPPET SHOWS. Enjoy!
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Margaret (Literary Chanteuse)
on May 18, 2012 :
If you're a young girl and feeling sad I can't think of a better way to cheer you up than enter to a world full of ice cream. All your favorite flavors come to life. Some really fun characters and an adventurous journey is undertaken. The story is enjoyable but I found it just a little too crazy for me and I would have liked just a few more illustrations so it's 2.5 stars for me. My daughter the kinder critic however liked it and rates it at 3 stars and insists that the reader eat an ice cream upon completion of the book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)