Ten of the best children’s picture books to help ensure you are raising good kids! List includes picture books about empathy, using kind words, and acts of generosity.
I love kids books about kindness that simultaneously show children how acts of generosity can impact a person so profoundly. Thank You, Omu! Is a new favorite children’s book that handles this topic exquisitely. Check it out!
If you love kids books about kindness and you are working hard to teach your child about always using kind words and having a kind heart, then you’ve got to check out this amazing book, BE KIND!
The Invisible Boy is one of the most phenomenal picture books about friendship, the power of kindness, and the significance of making sure no one child is ever made to feel invisible. Check it out!
Love, by Matt de la Pena, is a stunning picture book about love — its meanings, its nuances, and, most of all, the beauty it brings to our world.
Using kind words. Being inclusive. Treating all people equally. This is what we all strive for, right? This fantastic list of books will help!
Looking for amazing books to share with your children and students about family diversity and alternative family structures? This is one of our very favorites, one that has a special place in our hearts and home. Check it out!
Books that teach point of view are so important to help teach children about perspective. And Lane Smith’s latest, A Perfect Day, is a fabulous story to use with your children and students!
Philip Stead does it again! SAMSON IN THE SNOW is his newest beauty, and we are just in love with this latest installment in a remarkable line of books!
Picture books about friendship are some of our favorites here at Happily Ever Elephants, especially when they shine a light on empathy and compassion like A Sick Day for Amos McGee. Keep reading to find out why this book is a must for your shelves!
Books that teach point of view are so fabulous to have on hand, because teaching perspective to young children can be downright challenging. They All Saw a Cat, a favorite book about point of view, will definitely help. Check it out!