What We’re Reading: Books About Being Kind

Did you know it’s National Random Act of Kindness Week? Here at the Triplet Farm, we do not take this special event lightly. We think it is uber important to be kind to others no matter what. It’s a value that I am working overtime to instill in my children.

Book about being kind

Books are amazing. They open a whole new world of imagination.They stimulate the mind, increase knowledge, expand vocabulary. They also teach important life values.

That’s why this month we’re reading…

Books About Being Kind

Book about being kind

Kindness Is Cooler, Mrs. Ruler by Margery Cuyler

“Don’t forget…a slice of nice makes a mile of smile!”

book about being kind

Because Amelia Smiled by David Ezra Stein

“Because Amelia smiled coming down the street, Mrs. Higgins smiled, too.

Book about being kind

Have You Filled a Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud

“Your book has one purpose only.”

books about being kind

Ordinary Mary’s Extraordinary Deed by Emily Pearson

“Yes, Ordinary Mary’s extraordinary deed had come full circle…”

books about being kind

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

“… and she loved a boy very, very much– even more than she loved herself.”

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I See Kindness Everywhere by Shelley Frost

“…I think of how all of us, no matter how small, are connected by a common thread of kindness.”

Looking for random acts of kindness to perform with you kids? Check out our 88 Awesome Acts of Kindness for Kids!

Let me know which one’s you want to try in the comments?

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11 thoughts on “What We’re Reading: Books About Being Kind

  1. So many great books on this list! I love the Bucket Filling books. They just make kindness and empathy so tangible for kids. Also the books that promote random acts of kindness. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Aw, these seem like the perfect books! I always try to search for books with greater meaning for my children. I really love the “Have you filled a bucmet today”

  3. I’m writing these down for our next trip to the library! My daughter is three, and this is a topic we have been talking about lately. (Especially being kind to her little brother when he takes her toys…). Thanks for the suggestions!

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