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9781946764881

Mop Rides the Waves of Change

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  • ISBN13:

    9781946764881

  • ISBN10:

    1946764884

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2021-07-13
  • Publisher: Plum Blossom
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Summary

When surfer kid Mop sees plastic in the ocean, he gets mad. But with mindfulness, he realizes anger won't save the waves, and he turns his difficult feelings into a party to clean up the beach.

Mop and his friends are back, this time with a band, The Coconut Heads. Mop is riding high from the lessons he's learned about riding the waves of life: to breathe, ride the good waves, and let the bad waves go by. But just when he feels like he's getting the hang of it, he notices a turtle wrapped up in plastic at the beach. Paddling out to catch a wave, he sees more plastic, and he can't get rid of his anger. It seems like he's back to square one. But after an epic wipeout, he has a realization: deep down, under the anger, is love. He loves the ocean, and he wants to help keep it clean.

But how? Let's just say it involves some party waves and a benefit concert by the Coconut Heads--and it's not just their parents who show up.

Celebrated San Francisco surfer-journalist-dad Jaimal Yogis teaches 4-8 year-olds timeless beach wisdom with the continuing story of Mop, a sensitive and fun-loving kid who just wants to be in the ocean.

With stylish full-color beachy illustrations from cover to cover by So-Cal surfer Matt Allen.

Author Biography

Jaimal Yogis is the author of numerous books including Mop Rides the Waves of Life, Saltwater Buddha, and All Our Waves Are Water, which was named a "Best Beach Read of 2017" by the BBC. His work has been featured in the pages of O, the Oprah Magazine, Outside, Forbes, The Atlantic, ESPN Magazine, and many others. He lives and surfs in San Francisco with his wife, Amy DuRoss, and their three sons.

Matthew Allen is a surfer and artist from Southern California. A former Surfer Magazine Art Director, Matthew now spends his days creating art based on his favorite muses, the mercurial sea and the amalgam of people and vessels that operate in and around it. Matthew lives in Costa Mesa, California.

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