I Am Kind (Rodale Kids Curious Readers/Level 2) (Paperback)

By Suzy Capozzi, Eren Unten (Illustrator)

Rodale Kids, 9781623368784, 32pp.

Publication Date: October 10, 2017

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover (10/10/2017)

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Description

I Am Kind follows a little girl who sees kindness all around her. Her mother is kind when she volunteers in the community, and her neighbor is kind when he gives her strawberries from his garden. Even her nature troop is kind when they take care of the earth! The little girl realizes that she, too, has the power to be kind, and that even small actions can have a big impact. In this new installment of the Positive Power early reader series, children will learn the affirmation “I am kind” through an encouraging story of community and everyday kindness. And it includes 2 sheets of stickers!

About the Positive Power Series:
Short on words and long on empowerment, the Positive Power early reader series teaches kids and parents alike the power of positive affirmations and how to incorporate them into their daily lives.


About the Author

Suzy Capozzi is a children’s book editor and writer. She has worked on titles for the Random House early reader program in addition to numerous other beginner and leveled readers. She lives in New York’s Hudson Valley.

Eren Unten is a children’s book illustrator from Los Angeles who loves telling stories through pictures. She has illustrated several Little Golden Books for Nickelodeon Studios. When she’s not drawing or painting, she enjoys going on adventures with her family. See more of her work online at erenunten.com.


Praise For I Am Kind (Rodale Kids Curious Readers/Level 2)

"Positive themes in a beginning reader format...The message here, and in the simultaneously published companion book, I Am Thankful (2017), is a good one and may encourage younger children to think about how to make their world a better place"--Booklist

"A purposeful title for sparking discussions in families or in the classroom." --School Library Journal