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Anti-Bullying Children’s Book – It’s Good To Be Kind

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Anti-Bullying Children's Book - It's Good To Be Kind

It’s Good To Be Kind

By: Lauren DuBois Rosemond

Leonard the Lion wears a red cape and doesn’t let his position on the animal chain bring fear towards him from the other animals. Instead he uses his power to empower others. He will teach your pre-schooler to early elementary student to think ahead about their actions and whether they may HURT or HELP those around them. They can learn to be better than bullying and better than bad choices even in their communities.

You can find this book on Amazon and at Wear The Cape’s online shop. Remember, you cannot lift yourself up by putting others down.

About Wear the Cape and the kidkind foundation

Wear the Cape™ is the first global, mission-powered brand with the nerve to equate being kind with being cool. By coaching kids to be BETTER THAN THAT™, Wear the Cape breaks down barriers and brings people together—a world of new values prevails: It’s cool to be inclusive, tolerant and socially responsible. From its line of apparel and accessories, to its educational tools and its own non-profit the kidkind foundation, Wear the Cape sparks awareness and raises money to build heroes, a kid at a time. Wear the Cape’s products and resources are designed to create teachable moments between kids and the grown-ups they look up to with Hero Tags that tee up conversations about what it means to stand up and stand out; to stick up for the underdog; to do what’s right, not what’s easy. Wear the Cape donates 10% of its net profits directly to the kidkind foundation, and the rest is reinvested in the design and production of new products, as well as character-building educational materials for parents and teachers to help the kids they love. Wear the Cape’s work with communities and schools is helping mold everyday heroes that will create a kinder, better world for us all.


Mizz Goodie 2 Shoez in No Shoe Bullying

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Mizz Goodie 2 Shoez: in No Shoe Bullying

by Charoletta Anderson

Release: May 2016

If you look into your closet you may see that no 2 shoes are alike. Bullying in schools is about separating someone because they are different. The purpose of shoes and their differences are related to people and kids in a school yard. Making fun of someone because they are different is just mean and to be a friend, you can’t talk mean to another friend. We are all supposed to look and be different and we all have our own purpose just like a shoe type has a purpose. You wouldn’t want to go running with a stiletto and you may not want to wear a tennis shoe with a formal gown. Being different doesn’t decide one person is better than the other.


The adorable relationship between shoes in this story helps the message be understood about differences and the nonsense of bullying. Everyone is happier when we all get along. The best type of friendship is one where you stand up for each other and Mizz Goodie does just that for her friend. It was her words that ended the bullying on Miss Tennis Shoes.

Get your copy today on Amazon or Barnes and Nobles. This is the second book for the Author. Take a look for Mizz Goodie 2 Shoes while there and own them both.