A sweet story about the power words have on our feelings and the world around us.
When the local pet club won't admit a boy's beloved pet elephant, he has to do what it takes to teach everyone the power of kindness, and to accept ALL kinds of creatures.
One of our family's all-time favorite stories about how everyone has an invisible "bucket" that can be full or empty depending on how kind they are to others—and how kind others are to them.
The true story about how one Gambian girl began a movement to recycle the plastic bags that were polluting her community.
This story about a little girl who has to walk long distances every day just to find water will highlight what we all take for granted — running water.
A rhyming book that helps smaller children understand how to "act green."
Want to inspire your kids to create kindness rocks? Here's the perfect story to get them going.
Teach your kids how to make their own Kindness Snippet Jar to inspire them to do acts of kindness every day.
A ]story with very few words that perfectly captures what it means to be a friend—and how hard it is to be without one.
All it takes is a simple act of kindness to turn things around for a boy who always feels unnoticed.
Lucy is teased by a bully at school but still finds the courage to be herself—and to help him when he needs it.
Written by National Book Award winner Jacqueline Woodson and illustrated by two-time Pura Belpré Illustrator Award winner Rafael López, this book is about how "sharing our stories can bring us together."
Grace wants to play the part of Peter Pan in the school play, but is told she can't because of how she looks. With the help of her grandmother, she learns that nothing is impossible.
A rhyming story about how children in one classroom learn to grow and learn from each other’s traditions.
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A Middle-grade novel about a fifth grader with Asperger's syndrome and how she learns to fit into the world.
A story for elementary school kids about an autistic boy determined to prove that a baby skunk his veterinarian mom brought home to rehabilitate will make the perfect family pet. Along the way, kids will learn about what it's like to go to school when you're "different" than everyone else.
A colorful picture book about how we are all accompanied in life by something called "The Yet." Can't read? Yet! Can't tie your shoes? Yet! A charming story perfect for any child who gets frustrated when they can't understand things... yet.
A simple card game to get little kids talking about big issues. Includes 100 question cards and 25 activity cards for kids ages 4 and up. Topics include diversity, health, safety, nature, and self.
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