It's Brave to Be Kind: A Kindness Story and Activity Book for Children (Paperback)
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Discover the value of kindness―a story and activity book for kids ages 5 to 7
Show kids that being kind is awesome! It’s Brave to Be Kind goes beyond other kindness books for children, combining the effectiveness of a storybook with the fun of play to teach kids ages 5 to 7 how to be amazingly kind people.
All kindness books for children should be this inspiring! Not only will kids learn how important niceness is through an engaging―and adorably illustrated―story, but they’ll also be able to practice being kinder every day with simple and fun activities you won’t find in other kindness books for children. Whether it’s taking care of themselves when they’re sad or helping out around the house, help young readers find out how fun being kind can be.
This standout among kindness books for children includes:
- A story of kindness for kids―Give kids a supportive role model in Alex―a young girl who meets someone different and finds out how she can be kind, even when others aren’t.
- Practice being nice―This top choice among kindness books for children encourages them to try out fun challenges that provide ways to grow their kindness and share it with the people around them.
- Advice for parents and caregivers―Get tips for using both the story and activities to effectively teach kindness and empathy to kids.
When it comes to kindness books for children, you won’t find a more complete package than It’s Brave to Be Kind.
About the Author
NATASHA DANIELS is a child anxiety and OCD therapist, as well as a mom to three kids. She’s the author of How to Parent Your Anxious Toddler, Anxiety Sucks!: A Teen Survival Guide, and Social Skills Activities for Kids. She’s also the creator of ATParentingSurvival.com, the host of The AT Parenting Survival Podcast, and the creator of the YouTube series Ask the Child Therapist.
“This book tells the sweet story of Alex, who not only finds the beauty in our differences but also uses her inner strength and kindness to speak out against bullying. When parents and educators share this story, they're not only celebrating the message of kindness and compassion and the bravery needed to stand up to bullies, they're also giving ample opportunities to discuss tricky social situations our kids often face and empowering them to handle these situations with kindness, compassion, and bravery—just like Alex.” —Nicole Black, Founder of Coffee and Carpool: Raising Kind Kids and The Raising Kind Kids Movement
“We need this book now more than ever! Through a realistic story that children can understand and relate to, the amazing child therapist Natasha Daniels gives children the tools to embrace differences and display true kindness. A must-have for every child's bookshelf.” —Alisha Grogan, Creator of YourKidsTable.com and Pediatric Occupational Therapist
“An excellent book for kids to learn the important skill of creating meaningful, long-lasting, and healthy relationships in their lives. Natasha Daniels does an amazing job sharing Alex's story, and through it, teaches readers skills, tips, and principles to learn to relate to others in an authentic, empathic, and caring way. This is a much-needed book, given all the political, social, and cultural circumstances we're living in; nothing better than teaching kids skills to thrive and grow in any social setting. A must-read for all kids and parents!” —Patricia E. Zurita Ona (Dr. Z.), PsyD, Author of the ACT Workbook for Teens with OCD