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By Carole P. Roman | Comments: ( 369 ) | Date: ( Apr 03, 2020 )

Hallie and her mother go to the yoga studio Hallie wants to join her mom s yoga class, but she isn t allowed She complains to the babysitter, who gently guides her through four yoga poses Hallie learns that not only is yoga easy, but fun as well.

  • Title: I Want To Do Yoga Too
  • Author: Carole P. Roman
  • ISBN: 9781630011208
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Carole P. Roman

Named to Kirkus Reviews Best of 2012 for her first book, award winning author Carole P Roman started writing as a dare from one of her sons Using an imaginary game she played with her grandson as a base, Captain No Beard was born Captain No Beard An Imaginary Tale of a Pirate s Life has not only been named to Kirkus Best of 2012, it received the Star of Exceptional Merit, and won the Pinnacle Award for 2012 Pepper Parrot s Problem with Patience Book 2 in the series, received 5 Stars from The ForeWord Review The Clarion Review Strangers on the High Seas has won second place in the Rebecca s Reads Choice Awards 2013 It has followed with six books to the series This year, Captain No Beard and the Aurora Borealis was named to Kirkus Best 2015 The entire cultural non fiction series If You Were Me and Lived in was named Best Series by Shelf Unbound She has begun work on two new series that will be released in early 2016.Motivated by her love of yoga, Roman has written a book that not only teaches four poses, but shows how easy and accessible yoga can be Her nonfiction series, If You Were Me and Lived in combines her teaching past with her love of exploration and interest in the world around us The debut book in the series, If You Were Me and Lived inMexico has won the Pinnacle Award for Best in Children s Non Fiction 2012 France, South Korea, and Norway Rebecca s Reads has given If You Were Me and Lived inNorway an honorable mention in the 2013 Choice Awards If You Were Me and Lived in France won second place ForeWord Review has nominated If You Were Me and Lived inFrance for best in children s non fiction literature 2013 They will be followed with Kenya, Turkey, India, and Australia She plans to do Portugal, Greece, and Argentina next year There are now 22 books in the series and include a trip to Mars in 2054.Carole was recently featured in a two part article on Forbes where her book, Navigating Indieworld was discussed along with her self publishing success Writing for children has opened up a whole second act for her While she is still working in her family business, this has enabled her to share her sense of humor as well as love for history and culture with the audience she adores Roman lives on Long Island with her husband and near her childrenOK AWARDSCaptain No Beard An Imaginary Tale of a Pirate s LifeStar of Remarkable MeritKirkus Reviews Best of 2012NABE Pinnacle Award 2013ERIK Award 2013NABE Pinnacle Award 2013Best in Children s nonFictionIf You Were Me and Lived inMexicoPepper Parrot s Problem with Patience5 Stars ForeWord Review Clarion ReviewIf You Were Me and Lived inKenya5 Stars ForeWord Review Clarion ReviewRebecca s Reads Readers Choice Awards 2013Childrens Books2nd Place Strangers on the High SeasCreative Non FictionIf You Were Me and Lived inNorwayGeneral Non FictionIf You Were Me and Lived inFranceReaders Views Literary Award 2013Children Toddlers 51st Place Strangers on the High SeasHonorable MentionIf You Were Me and Lived inSouth KoreaReaders Views Kids Award for Best Children s Book of the YearStrangers on the High SeasNavigating Indieworld5 stars from ForeWord Review Clarion Review

Comments I Want To Do Yoga Too

  • Dylena Menard

    The review for this book will be short. I'll try to come up with longer book reviews in the future and to post some cute crafts but right now my life is hectic with well "life". I do apologize but I believe that I've got everything I wanted to say about this book in the review below. Pros:This story is very cute and my family can relate to it. The main character is a little girl who has to stay in the children's day care center at a gym while her mommy goes to yoga class. There's a very nice lad [...]

  • Rob Slaven

    As usual I received this book free in exchange for a review. Despite that kindness I give my candid opinions below.On the positive side of things this book actually gave me warm and fuzzy frissons as I read its incredible brevity. It's a wonderful concept; a young girl goes to yoga class with her mother and unknowingly does yoga in the child-care area while her mother does her own exercises. The way the book is phrased is sweet and innocent and sentimental. The illustrations too are very simple [...]

  • Lynn Swanson

    This might be my favorite of Ms. Roman's delightful books! I am a dance educator and understand how much faith, patience, and courage it takes to learn as well as teach movement. Roman's approach here demonstrates her education and effective expression as a teacher and one who understands how to guide and give real cognitive experiences to children while making it seem easy! Robin, the attendant in the playroom of the yoga studio where Hallie's mom takes a yoga class, allows Hallie to experience [...]

  • Linda B

    When mom goes to her yoga class, her daughter Hallie wants to do yoga too. Hallie goes with Robin, who is caring for the children. Through a series of pretend games Hallie learns four different yoga poses without even realizing that she is learning yoga.This is a cute little book to introduce children to another form of exercise and to get them up and active. Mom, Dad, Grandma or Grandpa can get involved too for a fun and healthy playtime. Very cute and I highly recommend it for family use or gi [...]

  • LiteraryChanteuse

    A good story that introduces yoga to a Haliie, a very spunky and determined little girl and to the reader. Nice simple illustrations that compliment the story on each page. Delightful for both those who are yoga savvy and those who are not. I received a copy in exchange for an honest review. 3.5 stars

  • Anne Rightler

    I Want to do Yoga Too by Carol P. Roman is a fun book for young children to find out they can do yoga too. With full-color illustrations, we find Hallie going to yoga class with her mother but pouts when she finds she has to stay with Robin and not do yoga with Mommy. Robin takes her hand and Hallie finds out that she can have a lot of fun being a tree, a butterfly, an airplane and a cobra. Yoga is fun and Hallie can do it too. This is a cute little book that my 5-year-old granddaughter could pr [...]

  • Cassandra

    Great little book reminding us that our little ones want to be just like us.

  • Ashley

    About The Book:Hallie and her mother go to the yoga studio. Hallie wants to join her mom's yoga class, but she isn't allowed. She complains to the baby-sitter, who gently guides her through four yoga poses. Hallie learns that not only is yoga easy, but fun as well.My Review: One Day, Hallie's mom decides to take Hallie along with her to the yoga studio. Hallie is suppose to spend time with Robin, a baby-sitter at the studio.After Hallie arrives in the play area, she gets upset because she wants [...]

  • Heather

    Let me start by sharing that I don’t know anything about yoga; I’ve never been to a class. Like Hallie, if someone was trying to teach me a yoga pose I would never know it! That being said, I do know children! My daughter is 3 and she already loves mimicking everything that mommy does. It doesn’t matter what I do, she wants to be right there, in the middle of the action, and involved. This book epitomizes a mommy-daughter relationship perfectly! I love that this book incorporates fitness b [...]

  • M.M. Hudson

    I was so excited when I received I Want To Do Yoga Too by children's author Carole P. Roman. She continues to amaze me at the diversity of her writing.About the book:I Want To Do Yoga Too is about a little girl named Hallie who goes with her mother to the yoga studio.There she is dropped off at the daycare and is frustrated because she wants to do yoga with her mom.To make Hallie happy, the daycare teacher encourages her to pretend to be different things like a tall tree.Unbeknownst to Hallie, s [...]

  • LeighAnn

    Hallie and her mom go to the yoga studio where Hallie is left in the playroom while the adults go to their yoga class. Hallie complains that she wants to do yoga too. The babysitter has her stand like a tree and an airplane and has her flap her knees like a butterfly. The whole time Hallie keeps complaining that she wants to do yoga too, little did she know she was doing just that. Once Hallie realizes that she was doing yoga all along, she is a very happy girl who decides that she loves yoga. S [...]

  • Amanda Masters

    Lily says:This book is about a little girl named Hallie who wanted to do yoga with her mom but instead she learned her own yoga from Robin.I really liked the book but the type of pictures in the book weren't really my type. I would have coloured them more and updated them some as they look like old comic book pictures.My favourite part was at the end when Hallie's mom came to pick her up and saw how happy she was doing yoga.I learned that sometimes if you want to do something with someone and th [...]

  • Patricia Kemp Blackmon

    This story is about Hallie and her Mommy. Hallie and her Mommy go to a yoga studio and Hallie is not happy because she wants to do yoga, too. When Hallie was left with someone that watches over the children, while the adults went to yoga, Hallie began to pout. She wanted to do yoga, too. Robin, the helper tried to get Hallie to stand like a tree, then an airplane. But Hallie still complained that she wanted to do yoga, too. What do you think the author was teaching in this story. Yep, Hallie was [...]

  • Mary

    Hallie always loves to do what Mommy does. One day, she and mommy go to the yoga studio and Hallie is excited to join her mommy's yoga class. However, Mommy tells her that she isn't allowed. Hallie is upset, so she complains to the babysitter, who then gently guides her through four yoga poses. Hallie learns that not only is yoga easy, but fun as well.I must say that I enjoyed this book. As with all of Carole P. Roman's children's books that I've read, I found that the illustrations were colorfu [...]

  • Melanie Adkins

    Hallie's mom took a Yoga class and Hallie want to do Yoga too. She decided she was big enough to join the adults. Her mother leaves her with the caregiver at the Yoga class. Her name is Robin. After that, Hallie learns quickly things aren't always what they seem. What a fantastic way to get your children motivated to exercise. Allow them to join you and eventually, it will become a habit they'll love. Not only do you get more one on one time with them, they are keeping their bodies healthy too.I [...]

  • Autumn

    We received this book to give an honest review.I am a big fan of yoga even though I do not do a lot of it. And I try to encourage K to do it, especially when he is upset. It is meant to relax you. Now with this story you learn that Hallie wants to do yoga with her mother, and she seems a bit sad when she can not. But Robin ends up teaching her a few moves in simple ways. Hallie doesn't realize she is doing them until she is told. And she is excited that she was doing yoga the whole time. Robin w [...]

  • RutyB

    Hallie goes to a yoga studio with her mum but she stays with other children and a babysitter. Imagine a little kid complaining constantly about wanting to be with her mum doing yoga. Well, the smart (and I assume, expert) woman decided to teach positions to Hallie. At the end of the class she discovers that yoga is fun, can be practiced at any moment in any place and she can do it without her mum.This is a sweet, fast and cute book. It has simple illustrations with soft colours and short sentenc [...]

  • April Davidson

    Little Hallie is jealous her Mom gets to do Yoga and she doesn't. Her child care teacher, Robin, enthusiastically takes Hallie through common Yoga positions, teaching an unknowing Hallie some Yoga. I imagine Hallie going home and doing Yoga all over the house, teaching her stuffed animals and friends the new positions she just learned! The simple illustrations and colors emphasize the story and the characters. A story that will delight youngsters (and their parents) everywhere!

  • Julie Barrett

    I Want To Do Yoga Too by Carole P. RomanIllustrated drawn picture book showing how a little girl goes to yoga class but when they arrive she goes with the other childrenwhile her mother goes to yoga class. She practices with Robin doing some yoga positions.She tells her mother of all the yoga things they did in her class and she can't wait to come back again.

  • Randy

    In this book, mom id headed to yoga class and wants to drop her small daughter in the children's play area. But daughter wants to do yoga as well and mom goes through simple exercises with the little girl, all the while not letting her know she WAS doing yoga.Cute little story and, while there was no credit, I assume the author did the simple drawings that accompanied the text.

  • Theresa

    Hallie wants to do yoga with her Mommy who she goes to the yoga studio with. At the studio Hallie goes to the playgroup while Mommy does yoga, but this time things go differently. Simple instructions to introduce children to the easiest of yoga, tree and butterfly are examples. Informative and easy enough to get children up and active, making this book fun.

  • Sandra Stiles

    Hallie goes with her mom to the yoga studio. She is told she is to stay with Robin, but is upset she can’t go with her mom to do yoga. Robin tries to get Hallie to have fun with her. They stand like a tree, bend and stretch like an airplane and pretend to be several other things. Read the book to find out if Hallie will ever get to do yoga.

  • Misha Estrada

    This is a cute little children's book. My 4 year old loved it.

  • Mary Rrodriguez

    A good book for story time at the library and a good way to introduce children to yoga.

  • Mrs Mommy Booknerd

    A cute story of the power of imitation and how positive parental behaviors become positive child behaviors! I love yoga and I enjoyed this book! 4 stars!

  • Mary

    I WANT TO DO YOGA TOO is a wonderful read. We found ourselves on the floor trying out the yoga positions along with Hallie from the story. It is a delightful read and one we will revisit often.

  • Charles

    Children quite naturally want to do the same things their parents do, so when Mommy and Hallie go to the studio where Mommy does her yoga, Hallie wants to do the same things Mommy does. However, she is told that she needs to go to the child care area where she will play with Robin and that makes Hallie sad.While Hallie is waiting for Mommy to complete her yoga exercises, Robin takes her through a series of movements and poses. Each time she does one, Hattie says, "But I want to do yoga too." Whe [...]

  • Gayle Pace

    REVIEWWhen I saw this title, I thought about how many little ones want to do yoga just like mommy. The charming children's book show how they can do yoga too. The author shows in the book how there are poses in everyday life that mommies can use with their little ones.When Hallie went with her mommy to yoga class, she couldn't do yoga with her mommy. She had to stay with Robin, but Robin had an idea of how to get Hallie to do yoga too, using everyday things such standing like a tree or waving yo [...]

  • Shelly Itkin

    Hallie and her mom love doing things together as most children do with either of their parents. When Hallie goes to the Yoga Center she is upset because she is not allowed to join the group with the other mommy's.Since Hallie could not join in she was asked to stay with Robin while her mom did her yoga. Hallie was not happy but then Robin showed her some really fun moves like putting one leg behind you, lift it up and put your hands out like an airplane's wing and you can look like a jet plane. [...]

  • Stacie

    Are you a fan of yoga?Would you like to start doing yoga with your child?Is your child curious about your yoga class? If you have a young child, this book would be a great way to explain yoga and teach her some classic yoga positions. In Roman's book, Hallie wants to go to yoga with her mom, but instead she has to stay in the kids room. Hallie doesn't understand why she can't go with her mom and is repeatedly saying she wants to do yoga too. What Hallie doesn't realize, is while she is with Robi [...]

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