A wonderful way to teach kids to say please and thank you written in rhyme by award winning author Sherrill S. Cannon
The perfect antidote to children who whine. Yet another cleverly written book in rhyme by award winning author Sherrill S. Cannon
A true super hero of children that they can relate to and learn from written in rhyme by award winning author Sherrill S. Cannon
The bear family discovers that there is no such thing as monsters on a stormy day, much to everyone’s relief.
Centered on the life of a man and a tree running parallel is a great introduction to time, mortality and change. A classic that is a must have
A little tale about contentment written in rhyme by the popular author Julia Donaldson
A fabulous way to talk to children about treating others and about being a ‘good person’ written in rhyme by award winning author Sherrill S. Cannon
A timeless story retold in simple language and vivid pictures.
A question often asked, but a concept difficult to explain, time is brilliantly explained using a child’s birthday party as the focus.
About two friends on a stormy day, being clumsy,getting angry and then making up. A simple story packed with emotions and beautiful illustrations.
About a greedy and selfish bully named Jimmy who transformed into a selfless and caring boy after his hand grew enormous as a result of constantly seeking more for himself. Another clever story in rhyme by award winning author Sherrill S. Cannon
My Little Angel by Sherrill Cannon is SWEET. I enjoyed the rhythm of this little angel book. It’s moral poetry. Small children love reciting verses that flow. Within these verses is values needed to instill safety, good manners, respect for parents and obedience to the law. Things that give children structure. The illustrations are fun to view. They’re bright and cheery. This is always a focusing point with small kids. But more than anything else, this little angel book teaches small children to follow right thinking. A real thumbs up, a five star for sure, and better than any toy. Quality. (All of Sherrill’s children books are listed in the back of My Little Angel) Handy.
Isn’t is wonderful to see children helping each other out of the kindness of their hearts? I love to see my children thinking of their sibling as well as others. Whether it’s offering the other the last apple, or helping a librarian move tables and chairs, a little kindness makes the world go round more smoothly. This week on What To Read Wednesday we’re featuring kindness books. And once you’ve had a look through this week’s selection, be sure to enter our competition at the bottom of this post!
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Each week a few of us put together a great selection of books on a given topic and bring them to you to help narrow down the choices for you.
To make things even easier for you, I have provided Amazon links to these books for both my American and British readers. Enjoy!