Autumn is approaching, with activities for parents and children alike. Here is our selection of books to enjoy time alone, stay connected to nature and experience a deep sense of well-being.
These inspiring books will provide you with tips, recipes and ideas for feeling good.
Le grand livre de l’alimentation « Spécial énergie », Véronique Liesse
As we are aware, well-being starts with healthy eating. Written by dietician and nutritionist Véronique Liesse, this book contains 75 recipes with numerous explanations to help you learn how to cultivate your energy through food.
The superfoods to be favoured are described with their vitamin, mineral, antioxidant and omega-3 content.
This is a gold mine to keep handy in the kitchen, to help you cope with tiredness and stay healthy.
Dictionary of Lithotherapy, Reynald Georges Boschiero
According to lithotherapy, each type of stone has a health benefits.
Stones or crystals boost and heal, providing wellness and care thanks to their closeness to one’s body.
With this comprehensive book, discover the benefits of stones and all their specificities.
Wonderful landscapes, Tomohisa Monma
The author of this book is a traveller who likes to capture his discoveries through nature sketches. Here, you will discover landscapes and flower species.
Cut yourself off from the hustle and bustle of everyday life with these anti-stress colouring pictures and relax pleasantly by drawing.
This creative moment is designed for adults, but also for children who love to draw.
Copain des bois, Renée Kayser and Natacha Scheidhauer
This book was written for all those discovering nature. The many activities to be enjoyed in the forest are explained step by step.
Illustrations help to identify the plant, animal and fungus species in order to observe living things in their environment.
To wonder at the riches of nature and learn while having fun, this book is a little gem for parents and children looking for adventure in the woods.
Nature et Spiritualité, Jean-Marie Pelt
The author, a biologist, highlights the links between the great theological traditions all over the world and Nature.
With an approach that reveals the spiritual dimension of nature, he questions our modern relationship with the living.
The future of humanity and environmental issues are also addressed with this new interpretation. This is a profound work that helps us understand life on Earth in a different way.
Le livre des arbres, arbustes et arbrisseaux, Pierre Lieuthaghi
This book combines the botanical description of plants, their historical uses and the beliefs they have inspired in our cultures.
The most advanced post-war naturalist work, it was a great success with all readers.
Still relevant today in terms of the knowledge it contains, it is a valuable resource for all those who want to approach nature with a sharper eye. Old recipes that use trees can be found throughout its pages.
Nature only wants our well-being. By listening to it and understanding it, we may realise that our health depends on it.
What are your favourite wellness books?