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Move Like A Lion, Paperback / softback Book

Move Like A Lion Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback

Description

Get up off the sofa and start moving with former Blue Peter presenter Radzi Chinyanganya, in his first children's book. Learn to walk like a crab, swing like a monkey, and slide like a penguin in this book from the Winter Olympics presenter that helps children have fun and get active, all the while learning about favourite animals.

Simple exercises show children different activities they can easily do, any time and any place, with no extra equipment required!Inside the pages of this entertaining children's book, you'll discover: - 40 delightful activities where readers mimic the movements of their favourite animals- A fun fusion of animal facts (science) and physical education to create an engaging and unique experience- Charming illustrations and step-by-step instructions that show children how to do different posesAll of the moves in the book are modelled on the natural movements of the animals and can be easily integrated into the day, with an exercise to do when you wake up, suggestions for ones to do during the day, and a relaxing exercise to help children settle down for bedtime.

Radzi wants every child to enjoy the amazing way exercise can make you feel.

Illustrations by Francesca Rosa accompany the exercises, showing young readers exactly what they need to do for each one.

Ideal for both active kids and children who are a bit more reluctant to go out and play, this exciting new book teaches them about the natural world as they have fun moving their bodies.

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