KINDNESS - 2 Books Bundle + Conversation Guides (Original Price: $74)
KINDNESS - 2 Books Bundle + Conversation Guides (Original Price: $74)
KINDNESS - 2 Books Bundle + Conversation Guides (Original Price: $74)
KINDNESS - 2 Books Bundle + Conversation Guides (Original Price: $74)
KINDNESS - 2 Books Bundle + Conversation Guides (Original Price: $74)
KINDNESS - 2 Books Bundle + Conversation Guides (Original Price: $74)
KINDNESS - 2 Books Bundle + Conversation Guides (Original Price: $74)
KINDNESS - 2 Books Bundle + Conversation Guides (Original Price: $74)

KINDNESS - 2 Books Bundle + Conversation Guides (Original Price: $74)

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These children's books about values are endorsed and curated by Love Bonds as they subtly teach about values in a simple yet profound way.

1) A Sick Day for Amos McGee by Philip C. Stead + Conversation Guides 

2) Be Kind by Pat Zietlow Miller + Conversation Guides 

  • The beautiful illustrations and the main characters will draw you into the story
  • Its exclusive in-house produced conversation guides will encourage meaningful conversations between parent and child
  • These conversations strengthen parent-child bonds
  • Suggested values-in-action activities to concretise learning
  • Colouring templates that are in-line with the storyline
  • Personalised packaging that makes this package an ideal meaningful gift for any child aged 2 to 6.

A Sick Day for Amos McGee by Philip C. Stead + Conversation Guides 

This is a beautiful board book about kindness told through simple text and illustrations. Readers will certainly feel Amos's joy when his animal friends appear at his house, a penguin carrying a bright red balloon ("Hooray! My friends are here!"). 

Woodblock illustrations with mostly soft colors - and a bright red balloon - draw readers into this gentle tale. As families re-read this book, kids will have fun noticing small details, such as the turtle carrying a tea tray on its shell, or the elephant curled up with a teddy bear on the last page. And they'll have no trouble picking up on the book's sweet message about the importance of taking care of others.

This book and its accompanied conversation guides, will encourage conversations:

  • Families can talk about taking care of one another. What are some things that you like when you are sick - playing games, having tea, snuggling? What are some things you can do for other family members when they're not feeling well?
  • Why do you think the animals decided to pay Amos a visit at his house? Were they just lonely - or was it something else?

Be Kind by Pat Zietlow Miller + Conversation Guides

What could have been a sentimental exercise is elevated to a meaningful exploration of kindness in this lovely picture book with Jen Hill's charming watercolor-and-ink illustrations. The little kid narrator of Be Kind not only offers examples of reaching out to others to make them feel good or feel better when they're down, but also acknowledges that it's not always easy. "And sticking up for someone when other kids aren't kind is really hard. (And really scary.)"

This is a great book for opening up a discussion about what it means to be kind and identifying simple, practical ways we can show kindness to those around us. 

This book and its accompanied conversation guides, will encourage conversations: 

  • Families can talk about kindness and putting themselves in another person's shoes. Have you ever seen someone who was sad and found yourself feeling sad for them being sad? 
  • If you see a friend or classmate having a rough time, what can you do to help them feel better? 
  • How important is it to be kind to others, even when you don't know them?