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Danielle Lindner, a children’s book author and member of the SCBWI (Society for Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators), is also the founder and Executive Director of the London Day School. Her acclaimed books play an important role in the London Day School curriculum. Providing enchanting characters and colorful rhymes, Danielle’s books are designed to help teachers and parents alike provide strategies to help children cope with everyday challenges. She’s applied her deep experience as an educator, skills as a business woman and talents as a noted children’s author to develop The Kind Kids Character Education Book Series to address the growing social and emotional issues affecting young children and focus on building emotional and social I.Q.
I received three books from The Kind Kids Character Education Book Series. Designed for preschoolers, I've been reading them to my younger nieces. All three feature adorable animal characters, with stories that help detail proper values and morals. They are written in rhythmic form, making the stories catchy and memorable.
Bestie Bee tells of a young female bee who has never been to school. She stays home and is catered to by her parents. She doesn't have to share and she can sleep as late as she wants. She is fearful because she'll have to share once she starts preschool. During the first days of school, Bestie Bee hordes all the toys and keeps to herself. She soon learns that sharing is the right thing to do and it's more fun to play with toys when she shares with others.
Arabelle is a book that tells of girl bat who loves looking for fruit at night. One day she smacks into a tree trunk and realizes she's lost her vision. Her parents get her a pair of pink glasses. At first, Arabelle is afraid people will make fun of her. But she is gently reminded that the things that make us special are how different we all are.
All three books are uplifting and encouraging in a fun way. Of the three, Bestie Bee was our favorite.
One person will win three books from The Kind Kids Character Education Book Series:
- Arabelle, which is about a bat with wonderful pink glasses.
- Koby, which is about a little blue kangaroo who worried all day.
- Betsie Bee, which is about a little bee who learned how to share and care.
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