It is no secret that children can benefit from, and deserve, a way into mindfulness. Many of these resources end up being as helpful to the adults who acquired them as they are to the kids they were meant for. Alphabreaths (by Christopher Willard and Daniel Rechtschaffen) is a great example. This one was a runaway hit at last year's A Mindful Society conference and the reader is playfully taken through 26 exercises designed to work immediately while providing insight for the next time such an approach might be required. From card decks to any number of joyful journeys into being present. There is something for every kid and whomever they hold dear (or nearby).