Kindness in Action

Kindness in Action

"The Mitten Tree" offers an easily gleaned message of helping others & highlights that one must not only notice when a person needs help, one must take action to help fulfill that need. Kindness Is a thought before it is an action. Kindness disengaged from action is an empty promise.

Children and the Fight for Social Justice

oungest Marcher by Cynthia Levinson and illustrated by Vanessa Brantley Newton introduces the remarkable story of how children helped amplify the tide of the civil rights movement. This book is sure to impress young readers with an understanding that even children can stand up for what is right. Kids can work for social justice in ways both large and public as well as small and personal.

Relationships Comfort across Time and Space

We yearn to have witnesses to life events—whether it is to celebrate, encourage or, comfort. Joy shared is joy multiplied. Fear shared is fear halved. Sun Kisses, Moon Hugs offers an engaging metaphor that can reassure little ones that the connections that tie us to the people we love endures across distances of time and space. That they can be invisible witnesses to their lives. 
Every Family Is Unique

Every Family is Unique Stella Brings the Family written by Miriam B. Schiffer and illustrated by Holly Clifton-Brown features a little girl facing a dilemma: she has no mommy to bring to the school  Mother’s Day celebration.  Stella has two fathers but no...