Bye-Bye Bully reminds readers that ordinary, individual kids have the power to change group bullying into friendship, support, and togetherness.
A great lesson taught with kindness, IF ONLY… is a fantastic addition to your child’s library, and would be well-suited to a classroom.
Readers have been calling for more positive and varied representations of disability in children’s books; Mike Nero and the Superhero School does a great job!
Two Lists for Christmas is a warmly illustrated book that reminds adults and teaches children that Christmas is more than receiving toys and gifts.
The One Big Canvas book series (The Reed Foundation for Autism) seeks to celebrate differences and showcase how each individual can contribute to the world.
Join us on this virtual book tour for the REED Foundation for Autism’s ‘One Big Canvas’ book series that seeks to celebrate differences.
Annelouise Mahoney, creator of the bedtime picture book Julius and Macy: A Very Brave Night, gives us a peek inside her studio.
My Writing and Reading Life: Jennifer Adams is the author of more than 40 books. I Am a Kindness Hero is her later picture book.
If we teach this to our children, and model it ourselves, we will help create a kinder home, community, and beyond. Here are a few tips on how to do this at home.
Recently, a selection of new books was published, giving some perspective of Mister Rogers to the young and old. An entire generation has yet to be introduced to such a gentle-man.