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ZaZa is excited to learn in her virtual class and guess what, today is World Kindness Day! ZaZa knows the answer so she excitedly shouts that kindness is sharing things like a cupcake. Her teacher admires her enthusiasm, and for the class's homework assignment, they are to find out what kindness means to them. ZaZa asks her mom what is kindness, and learns that being helpful like helping set the table for dinner is being kind. When it's time for bed, ZaZa dreams of going to different places with friends and having many encounters that teach her the different ways we can be kind to others. Join ZaZa as she learns the meaning of being kind.
Kai-Nneka Soyini Townsend and A. Xavier Johnson's Kindness Is... is the first of an A-Z of Good Character Series of Children's Books illustrated by Swapnil and Nirzhar. This beautifully illustrated story gives exposure to cultures across the world with references to different foods, locations, and transport. A beautiful representation of people from all over the world, and one that encourages children to be kind and have a good character. The story also comes with exercises to reinforce the main goal of the story. Wonderful exercises on caring for others and for self are sure to be a hit with kids. A lovely way to reinforce self-love and self-image, this book is also a great resource for social and emotional learning support. Join ZaZa on her kindness tour in Kai-Nneka Soyini Townsend and A. Xavier Johnson's Kindness Is...