Just the simple act of setting up a lemonade stand for charity can be the impetus for others doing something nice for someone else.
The story expertly weaves a "house that jack built" type tale with a pay-it-forward theme.
Our preschooler liked following each event, seeing what the next person did for someone else.
This is a nice read, written simply so that even a four-year-old can absorb the idea of pay-it-forward. The notecard in the back is a very nice touch.
This is a book that illustrates how a random act of kindness for one person can change many lives.
The story offers an easily replicated path to teach your children about simple (and random) acts of kindness.
9 to 12
4 to 8
Read with 4-year-old child.
Buy! This is a great book for introducing younger children to the impact of random acts of kindness.
|Title||What Can I Do Today? to Make This World a Happier Place|
|Publisher||Inch by Inch Publications © 2005|