Chicken Little and the Big Bad Wolf author Sam Wedelich and Chicken Little herself share the importance of mind"fowl"ness! Read on below.
Everyone is talking about Mindfulness these days, but have you heard about the trend in Mind"fowl"ness?!
Joking aside, mindfulness is more important than ever in developing our coping skills and confidence to handle the hard things that we face each day. This is true for children AND adults, which is why I thought it would be fun to invite the protagonist from my Chicken Little books to teach us some tips.
Hopefully, these simple reminders to PAUSE, BREATHE, and THINK will be a great jumping off point for considering your own mind"fowl"ness practice.
More About Chicken Little and the Big Bad Wolf:
Chicken Little is NOT afraid of anything, not even a wolf. No matter how big or bad he is. In fact, she's never even seen a wolf.
So when a real wolf shows up and ruffles her feathers, what's a fretful fowl to do: Join the frenzied flock and fly the coop? Or find out if this newcomer is as bad as his reputation? The plucky star of Chicken Little: The Real and Totally True Tale goes toe-to-toe with literature's most famous villain in this brilliant comedy spun with sly wisdom. Learn more at scholastic.com/ChickenLittle.
More about Sam Wedelich:
Sam Wedelich is the creator of Chicken Little: The Real and Totally True Tale and also a cartoonist, illustrator, and designer who has created visual displays for Anthropologie and Free People. She is hard at work painting, drawing, reading, knitting, sewing, biking, dancing, and seeking beauty while raising two kids with her husband in New York. You can visit her at samwedelich.com or follow her on Instagram at @samwedelich.