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Weekend Links: Celebrate World Kindness Day 2017

Having conversations about kindness is at the top of everyone’s minds these days. World Kindness Day was born when a collection of humanitarian groups came together on November 13, 1997 and made a “Declaration of Kindness.” Likewise, on Kindness Day everyone is encouraged to step-up their kindness game by doing things like donating books, food or clothes to your local… Read More Weekend Links: Celebrate World Kindness Day 2017

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Read an eBook Week-2 Kids’ ebooks about bullying, empathy and forgiveness

A while back I discovered these 2 delightful ebooks and it seems incredibly timely to share them again with my readers during Read an eBook Week!   First conceived by author Rita Toews more than nine years ago as a response to the stagnant acceptance of electronic reading, Read An E-Book Week has slowly built a… Read More Read an eBook Week-2 Kids’ ebooks about bullying, empathy and forgiveness

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Weekend Links: Ways to Make “Kindness” a Verb

Promoting and having conversations about kindness is at the top of everyone’s minds these day after a nerve-wracking and “interesting” 2016. Having conversations is great, but parents, teachers, caregivers, community leaders and law makers need to make this very special noun and make it into a verb. Actions, follow-through, leadership and projects, that take the… Read More Weekend Links: Ways to Make “Kindness” a Verb