Product Number : 53088
Amelia can’t quite get why some people behave the way they do.
Why does her brother cry when it’s dark? Why does her classmate Kayla take so long to do her math? And what’s up with that strange-smelling dish that Priya brings to lunch every day? With the help of her parents, Amelia soon learns about the importance of empathy and starts to see the power it can have! Will Amelia be able to put her new-found skill to good use and help others find strength in empathy as well?
Written for readers in grades K-6, this storybook also includes tips to help parents and teachers foster empathy in every child.
Paperback, 32 pgs
BRYAN SMITH has worked in the education field for more than 15 years, first as an elementary school teacher then as a school counselor. He excels at teaching students life skills that will take them far and help them succeed.
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