It's Brave To Be Kind: A Kindness Story And Activity Book For Children
  • It's Brave To Be Kind: A Kindness Story And Activity Book For Children
  • It's Brave To Be Kind: A Kindness Story And Activity Book For Children
  • It's Brave To Be Kind: A Kindness Story And Activity Book For Children
  • It's Brave To Be Kind: A Kindness Story And Activity Book For Children
  • It's Brave To Be Kind: A Kindness Story And Activity Book For Children
  • It's Brave To Be Kind: A Kindness Story And Activity Book For Children
  • It's Brave To Be Kind: A Kindness Story And Activity Book For Children
  • It's Brave To Be Kind: A Kindness Story And Activity Book For Children
ISBN: 1646118359
EAN13: 9781646118359
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 21, 2020
Pages: 50
Dimensions: 0.2755906" H x 9.212598" L x 7.480315" W
Weight: 0.3174657 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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Book Overview

Discover the value of kindness―a story and activity book for kids ages 5 to 7

Show kids that being kind is awesome It's Brave to Be Kind goes beyond other kindness books for children, combining the effectiveness of a storybook with the fun of play to teach kids ages 5 to 7 how to be amazingly kind people.

All kindness books for children should be this inspiring Not only will kids learn how important niceness is through an engaging―and adorably illustrated―story, but they'll also be able to practice being kinder every day with simple and fun activities you won't find in other kindness books for children. Whether it's taking care of themselves when they're sad or helping out around the house, help young readers find out how fun being kind can be.

This standout among kindness books for children includes:

  • A story of kindness for kids―Give kids a supportive role model in Alex―a young girl who meets someone different and finds out how she can be kind, even when others aren't.
  • Practice being nice―This top choice among kindness books for children encourages them to try out fun challenges that provide ways to grow their kindness and share it with the people around them.
  • Advice for parents and caregivers―Get tips for using both the story and activities to effectively teach kindness and empathy to kids.

When it comes to kindness books for children, you won't find a more complete package than It's Brave to Be Kind.

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Book Reviews (9)

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   Nice but not kind
The kindness discussed in this book was self-serving. The kindness discussed in that book was self-serving. She seemed to be nice only because she wanted to get something from the kid.
 
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   Important Message
This children's book is good on many levels. It has included questions and discussion topics for teachers or caregivers for teachers or caregivers to provoke discussion. The drawings are very beautiful and representative of many ethnic groups. A good buy.
 
5
   Book collection must have!
My 3 year old son LOVES this book! It not only provides an engaging, thoughtful story, but also offers so many topics to discuss at his age : kindness, empathy, inclusivity, uniqueness, standing up for what is right, etc. As he grows up, we can use all tips provided in the book both on the front and back. When he is 6 or 8, I feel that this book will still be helpful even in several years when he is 6 or 8. I would recommend this book 100%!
 
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   Why?
We read this book at least once a week plus we made a kindness cape, our children four years old were not kind, they hit and threw each other down, this is helping a lot.
 
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   Great teaching book!
K started this for my 5yo grandson, who got it this year. He enjoyed listening to the story about being kind to others. His mother saw him pick it up when he was alone during quiet time and go over each page that we read together. He can 't yet read, but he tells the story of each page as he remembered reading the pages together.
 
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   What a wonderful book
I ordered this for my 4 year old daughter who has difficulty saying sorry, but it is much more than I expected. The story is about listening to your conscious, standing up for others, being brave, and doing what you know is right despite the consequences. It focuses on an immigrant child who is new to a school and does not yet speak any English. He feels ostracized and is bullied and the main character stands up for him and offers kindness. I am a social worker and I love that this is centered in the book, my husband is also an immigrant, so it is one more bonus lesson for my daughter to see how immigrant children might feel. Get it, give it. Our country needs more empathic people. Our country needs more people.
 
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   Fantastic Book
I bought this book to read with my 6 year old. I thought it did a great job of showing kindness and inclusion even when others aren '' expressing it back. It led to several great discussions with him about what is ok and what is not ok in hard situations. I would recommend it to anyone with young kids looking for these conversations. '' I would recommend it to anyone with young kids.
 
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   Perfect book for to give kids a boost of confidence and promote kindness
My boys and I enjoyed reading this book, they like to read it at night and talk about various ways to be brave and kind.
 
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   It's a great book to teach empathy and kindness!
This book is wonderful! It has a good story and teaches children to view things from another perspective. The story of Alex is about a kid named Natasha Daniels and describes how she is different in some ways. It goes on to show bullying and Alex standing up for another child who is different as well as Alex. It is a great outcome and has a wonderful story to help children think. There are also activities included in the book for parents and educators. The illustrations are vibrant and adorable! I highly recommend this book, especially for younger children and adolescents with anxiety.
 
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