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New Fall Books for Baby – BabyLit Books

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New Fall Books for Baby - BabyLit Books

You have been home a lot more lately. Are you tired of reading the same books over and over? Most of us have been in since March, distance learning with the kids may continue and we need new books. While stocking up on Back to School supplies for the older kids, get your infant and toddler some new books for baby also. BabyLit has new fall titles.

Jaen Goodall book

The Little Naturalists Jane Goodall Is A Friend To All is a favorite of mine. Young children will get their first look into Jane Goodall’s love for animals, especially for chimpanzees.

Christmas Board book

Fall is also when we start thinking about the Holidays and this new book, Christmas, a Count and Find Primer. The book is full of winter activities and popular Holiday objects.

Fall books for baby

A few BabyLit titles and their ISBN numbers are above so you can begin to reimagine your home library with new books for baby. Visit Amazon to find Christmas and Jane Goodall along with these other titles.

Children's Books, Parenting

Empathy Airlines Children’s Book Teaches Children to Combat Prejudice

Empathy Airlines Children's Book Teaches Children to Combat Prejudice

Children’s Book Teaches Children to Combat Prejudice

Empathy Airlines is the second book in the Jelly Beans the Cheetah and Hope children’s series. Where book 1 also taught children about empathy, book 2 Jelly Beans and Hope explore what originally brought them together and brings a new element of listening with compassion.

Empathy Airlines is a game that the 2 played to work to learn each other’s languages. She had a compassionate experience when she lost her Mother and traveled to Africa and wanted to share her story. They use play and communication to teach and interact with other children and to learn more about each other. It adds a simple touch about how we can combat prejudice no matter what species you are or your talents and looks.

Along the way they help another injured Cheetah and also get scared when they encounter an angry Elephant Mother with her baby. They have to assure her they mean no harm.

While playing their Airlines Empathy game with all the children they created a song that is meant to relay that all people and animals have value and encourages loving each other, empathy, combat prejudice, kindness and a world of seeing.

You can buy Jelly Beans the Cheetah and Hope and Empathy Airlines by visiting their website and also at Amazon, Barnes & Noble.

Children's Books, Kids, Parenting

Big Heart Feels (Small Voice Says) – Children’s Book Teaches Empathy

Big Heart Feels (Small Voice Says) by Mike and Mackenzie Morrison

Have you ever said to your child, “Honey, you need to put yourself into (their) shoes…”? Depending on their age that is a hard question to swallow as if you just asked them if they wore someone else’s shoes, literally. Empathy is actually a hard concept at a young age to understand and explain because empathy is needed in so many different ways and situations.

When young children are naturally motivated in a selfish way, getting them to see another’s point of view is a big lesson. I think we forget how big it is for them and we feel frustrated when our child seems ‘too selfish’ or ‘not caring’. Books are the best tools we have and as they can be on a subject that teaches empathy or kindness they allow us to start healthy conversations also. This book is a great tool to start a conversation about thinking of others before yourself.

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Big Heart Fells teaches empathy

Big Heart Feels (Small Voice Says) – Children’s Book Teaches Empathy

Big Heart Feels is a children’s book that teaches empathy in such a way that it helps you teach your child to step into someone else’s shoes and see their point of view.

In this story Angela learns to see 3 different points of view in her own home, a friend at a birthday party and in her classroom. She sees someone struggling, tries to comfort them and help them not feel so alone in their struggles by either practicing patience, kindness and care.

When you read a ‘big lesson’ like Big Heart Feels and it has such a colorful cover then it becomes shelf worthy while it teaches empathy. Read this book and make it the front book shelf cover so your child sees it each time they enter their space as a reminder to practice empathy. Buy this book on Amazon!

If you like Big Heart Feels, make sure to visit my children’s book review from the same Authors, Small Voice Says!