Eyes and Ears and Mouth and Nose… and Heart

Salmeh Moghimi’s new book helps children learn with their feelings.

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My book teaches children to value and have respect for their own feelings as well as for life.

MONTEREY, Calif. (PRWEB) December 06, 2013

For centuries, children around the world have been taught about five senses: see the light of the sun, hear the wind blow, taste the salt of the sea, smell the fresh-cut grass, touch the dog’s shaggy fur. Author Salmeh Moghimi offers an alternative view: what if we also learn about the world with our feelings?

In Moghimi’s new book “The Adventures of Anoo and Pashmack,” readers follow the title characters (a young girl and her cat) on their adventures as they discover new ways to experience the world around them.

“My book teaches children to value and have respect for their own feelings as well as for life,” Moghimi explained.

The author hopes children will learn to use their intuition, or “heart sense,” as well as their other senses. She believes animals should be a part of people’s early experiences as they can help validate children’s feelings and other senses.

“The Adventures of Anoo and Pashmack”
By Salmeh Moghimi; illustrations by Golnar Sepahi
ISBN (softcover): ISBN 978-1-4525-5857-8
Available for purchase at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

About the author
Salmeh Moghimi resides in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. She is an interspecies counselor and animal communicator who is active with the Animal Spirit Network.


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