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What Does It Mean To Be Kind?

What Does It Mean To Be Kind?
What Does It Mean To Be Kind?
Average: 5 (1 vote)

A young girl finds the courage to be kind to a new student. Her kindness spreads, kind act by kind act, until everyone experiences the magic of whatit means to be kind. Winner of the Gelett Burgess Award for Life Skills and the Silver Nautilus Better Books For A Better World Award. Selected by the Great Kindness Challenge to inspire kindness in over 5 million students. 

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Pages: 36
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781619891166
Categories: Educational, Family & Friends, Growing Up
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: brave, bully, upstander, kindness, random acts of kindness, community, empowered, celebrate diversity
Date Added: August 19, 2016
Mom's Choice Gold Award
Moonbeam Spirit Gold Award
Nautilus Book Award, Silver
Gelett Burgess Award (Life style/ Life skills)
Kind W h a t D o e s I t Mean To Be By Rana DiOrio Illustrated by Stphane Jorisch For my brother and hero Damon who is the kindest person I know and who inspires me to be my best self R D To my mum and dad for all their support interest and kindness SJ Copyright  by Little Pickle Press Inc All rights reserved No par t of this book may be reproduced transmitted or stored in an information retrieval system in any form or by any means graphic electronic or mechanical including photocopying taping and recording without prior permission in writing from the publisher Library of Congress CataloginginPublication Data is available Library of Congress Control Number ISBN   Printed in the United States of America Little Pickle Press Inc Sacramento Street San Francisco CA  Please visit us at wwwlittlepicklepresscom W h a t D o e s I t Mean To Be Kind By Rana DiOrio Illustrated by Stphane Jorisch Little Pickle Press What does it mean to be kind Does it mean being a type or a category No Does it mean paying with something other than money No