This is the original first edition of Like A Fish in Water by Isabelle Koch, published in New Zealand in 1998 by RSVP Publishing Company.
Isabelle Koch was born in Paris and studied dance at an early age at the Mudra School of Maurice Bejart. She has traveled widely throughout India and Southeast Asia. The mother of a ten-year-old daughter, Koch performs contemporary dance for children. She is a graduate of the French Federation of Hatha Yoga and teaches yoga in Paris.
"I never thought that children could really practice Yoga, but Isabelle Koch has found how to speak to them and how to interest them."--Laurent de Brunhoff, creator of Babar
"This simple yet profound stroll through basic principles of hatha yoga engages children in movement and imagination. This wonderful book begins young readers on a journey where they will contemplate thanks towards life; where they may realize that they are very small when compared to the universe; and where they can experience in a gesture the joining of the masculine and feminine energy in all of us."--Hallie Love, Independent Publisher, November/December 1999
"This wildly colorful, thoughtful, and fun book is a perfect introduction to yoga for children."--Mara McLoughlin, YOGANorthwest Magazine, July-August 2002
"This is an artful and empathetic introduction that is sure to engage the imagination and curiosity of many a child and lead them to the joys of yoga."--Yoga Journal
" . . . a means for a parent or older sibling who has some basic knowledge of yoga to help the younger family members learn about the many benefits and fun of yoga. However, it would work just as well for both a parent or sibling to learn along with a child."--Nora Caterino, Circlesoflight.com, May 2009