Muzzy’s Search is about a hungry bear on a walk that runs into three different animals while looking for food. Even though all of his encounters with each animal is very different, one of them helps Muzzy realize the simplest rule of all when it comes to kindness.
The Power of Kindness Through the Eyes of Children shows the rippling effect of how being empathic and kind can generate kindness to others. It demonstrates how each of us can help impact the world around us with simple acts every day.
Tahiya Cooper creates a rich text where students of all ethnicity, race, religion, disability, and nationality can find themselves and relate.
Third grade can be hard, but Aniyah has learned that being kind is one of the easiest things she can do.
Aniyah is excited to have a kindness week at her school, but then she encounters a classmate that doesn’t understand the purpose of doing kindness acts for others.
Find out how Aniyah challenges her classmate and demonstrates the importance of stepping outside of the box and doing something nice for others.
Zee Zee looks different to the other zebras. Her friends don’t let her join in with their games, and this makes Zee Zee feel sad.
But Zee Zee and her friends are about to learn that being different is ok because it’s what makes us all special.
This story helps children to understand from an early age that everyone is unique and that kindness is key to help everyone to feel accepted.
A story of friendship, acceptance and hope. In a laburnum tree in the Centre of Bretton Park, lives a unique bird called Barb. Her beauty and originality attract the attention of the other birds and park visitors, who see her as a symbol of hope, bringing them much comfort and happiness. She is loved by many and in return is grateful for her life and her friends. When things take a turn for the worst, Barb’s instinct is to fly away from her troubles … Will things get better? Can hope be restored?
The series ‘The Heartbeats – It’s Cool To Be Kind’ emphasises the act of kindness as strong, respected behaviour, with infinite positive effects on our wellbeing, ultimately making us all happier and healthier
Karim, Hanna, Fares, Farida, and the little people, are not super people with superpowers or princes and princesses, neither do they own talking animals or magic lamps. Yet, they are all heroes of kindness. Each has changed the world into a better place with their very own minds and hearts. They understood that only by true freedom, freedom to love, freedom to live, and freedom to be only themselves, can they change whatever they don’t like in this world, love fearlessly and fully, achieve their best potential, be the best version of themselves and make the world a better place.
Acts of Kindness is a picture book that illustrates for young readers the profound impact one simple act of kindness can make. Written is rhyme, Acts of Kindness is a fun, engaging read that will easily captivate your little reader.
One day, Emily loses her beloved toy penguin, Theo. What she doesn’t know is that Theo has a very special gift. Emily’s penguin takes her on a little adventure where she discovers the joy of being kind.
Inspired by a true family story, this heartwarming story will invite young readers to think about perspective taking and empathy when confronted with big emotions. This picture book contains hand-drawn watercolor illustrations and is recommended for children ages three and above.