A Kids Book About Racism
These books are the perfect way to bring real world, big ideas, into the classroom, while still presenting the info in a kid friendly way. They are perfect for my 4th graders, which is why I have bought 10+ and I hope to get a subscription soon. I think it's really important that we give the kids the space to ponder and explore these topics, with a trusted adult nearby to help them understand the world they live in. Thanks A Kids Book About!
A Kids Book About Failure
Explains how who can vote has changed over time, and that voting is power.
A Kids Book About Voting
A Kids Book About Money
I really enjoyed this book and how it describes what it is like to have a disability from the viewpoint of someone with a disability. This is easy to read and would beneficial to use with students.
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Great conversation started. The graphic design in this book is one of my favorites. Have used this with some of my clients during therapy to work or practicing/teaching empathy
Beautiful book! Love the way the colors change as the book progresses. Subtle but powerful. An honest heartfelt story but full of hope and good ideas for what helps.
Thoughtful, needed, well written, hopeful.
The book itself is well written, but just not what I expected. My daughter is 10 and it was too basic. I was looking for a book that would really teach her about money at a higher level.
Easy to understand, engaging, and perfectly put together on required subject matter. Thank you!
An excellent book to help children understand the importance of the upcoming election and why a true democracy depends on our ability to vote.
Great conversation starter for my 7 year old, a bit too much for my 5 year old. Mostly thought it was great.
A Kids Book About Voting
A Kids Book About Feminism
We loved this book. We read as a family. I have twice heard my daughters telling other family members about what they learned from this book. It must have made an impact.
A Kids Book About Anxiety
Really thoughtful read on depression and how to work through it. It was creative in how it was written and told. So glad I found this.
Excellent book for young children.
We really liked this book - it had a great history of voting, and addressed that different people vote different ways.
My son totally related to passages in this book. It gave him self confidence that he didn't realize he could attain. Love this book!!
I have a book for children about divorce in press. In my opinion your book made a classic mistake by promising children that divorce means “more toys”. There are a lot of ways to say that things are going to get better and that the child will be okay. Promising more toys is not one of them
The book is a good start. However, not all disabilities are visible and that didn’t really seem to be addressed. It would have been nice to have tips/ideas for discussions on disabilities that are not physical or immediately recognizable as a disability - these could be vision or hearing related, intellectual or behavioral. I hope you’ll consider an updated edition to include these.