Top positive review
One of the top three children’s books I’ve experienced.
Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2019
Wonderful format to teach kindness to children. This book is easy to understand for younger children, as well as older children.
Each page of this book teaches a very important message, kindness, in three parts.
1. The first part is a statement.
2. The second part has a personal reflection students could identify with.
3. The third part is an idea at the bottom of the page, which is a moral observation.
Example from on of the pages in the book.
1. Statement: “When I see someone being left out at school, I invite them to play with me and my friends.”
2. Relection: “This is what I would want someone to do for me.”
3. Idea: “Making friends is easy when you include everyone.”
This book may target K-5, and it is also good for the older grades. Especially if you present the book as a refresher on a subject, kindness, that most all of us could use. A great book for parents to teach kindness to their children as well as an important part of any teacher’s library.
If you are wondering what the other two books are? ONE by Kathryn Otoshi and “I Can Handle It” by Laurie Wright. Enjoy!