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Weekend Links: Booklists that share, Empathy, Thankfulness and Kindness

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It seems that, where ever I look, I see people rising up, pulling together and “going high” when others “go low.” This makes me happy and does my heart good. At this tumultuous time in U.S. history we do indeed need to band together and support each other. This message needs to be passed on to our children as well and there is no better way to do that than to not only lead by example, but supply our kids with books that emulate that message as well.

Erica at What Do We Do All Day has a wonderful post that shares 30 INSPIRING PICTURE BOOKS ABOUT FEAR AND COURAGE

Courage booklist for kids

To know where we are going as a Country, we need to remember where we’ve been. A Book Long Enough has a great booklist on Everyday American Civil Rights Heroes: Kids Books About Regular People Who Dared to Stand Up

American Civil Rights Heroes

Becky at Kid World Citizen has has teaching tools on WHAT IS MINDFULNESS, and also an excellent booklist that teaches mindfulness as well.

mindful booklist for kids

Inclusion booklist
 This 21 Books about Kindness has been one of my most reviewed posts since I created it almost exactly two years ago.
kindness booklist
Mia from PragmaticMom pulled together a wonderful list of Top 10: Books That Teach Kids Compassion (ages 2-14)
Melissa from Imagination Soup has pulled together TWO create lists to promote and teach empathy. Books That Promote Empathy: Immigration 
books about empathy
What will YOU do this month to promote Empathy, Thankfulness and Kindness?

This holiday season, give your children the gift that will nurture a lifetime of positive habits;

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1 thought on “Weekend Links: Booklists that share, Empathy, Thankfulness and Kindness

  1. What a fantastic wish list of inspiring stories for any caregiver, teacher or librarian! We can all be courageous in our every day lives, and small acts of courage really can make a world of difference.

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