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The ImaGine Series

Danny Yukon and the Secrets of the Amazing Lamp is the first book in the I’mAGine Series, a collection created by former NFL player and international mindfulness and fitness expert Prince Daniels, Jr., and written by award-winning author and playwright Pamela Hill Nettleton. I’mAGine is meant to be pronounced “I’m a genie.” The series seeks to teach children the benefits and practices of mindfulness. It speaks to the powers of peace and healing that live within us all.

For Students

We take the mindfulness lessons found in the I’mAGine Novel series and infuse them directly into the classroom experience with the I’mAGine Mindfulness Curriculum. This learning tool comes equipped with a supplemental reading comprehension workbook with over six hours of multimedia content and resources to help students better understand mindful concepts and principles. Please reach out to us to find out details around the curriculum we offer to students.

ENHANCED FOCUS

The I’mAGine series aims to awaken the inner genie within each reader using visualization and other proven methods that enhance a person’s focusing ability.

OVERCOMING YOUR FEARS

This book and the I’mAGíne series as a whole, is a great tool that inspires all individuals to overcome their phobias and conquer their fears.

DEALING WITH LOSS

Dealing with the loss of someone or something is hard for a young person to go through. This story helps guide each reader through a healthy process.

MINDFULNESS

The I’mAGíne series offers readers exposure to mindfulness techniques that have been scientifically proven to physically enhance the brain and deal with everyday life challenges. You will learn how to integrate mindfulness, socio/emotional learning and yoga-based movement into your work to support classroom standards and participant outcomes. The tools gained during these workshops support therapeutic interventions for topics such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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