Black History Month: 10 books to help kids be mindful
It’s Black History Month so we’re sharing some unique books on being mindful and Black History Month.
We all want to make sure our children’s generation won’t have to sustain as much hurt as ours has.
Helping kids understand Black History Month is crucial since we’ve all been surrounded by negative situations more than ever this past year. Teaching them now to be mindful when it comes to situations like these make it easier when they head into adolescence or adulthood. It always starts at home.
Last Summer I attended baby palooza online and got the sweetest care package from them. In the package, we received the sweetest book. The world needs more purple people
Kristen Bell and Benjamin Hart wrote this awesome book to teach every young reader how to be a Purple Person—kind, curious, and really, really ridiculously silly! Purple People come in every color, size, and shape you can dream up.
This made me think of how we need to do more to help kids understand racism even if it’s in small portions. That’s why today we’re sharing 10 books to help children understand Black History Month. The best part is you can find these on Amazon. So if you have Amazon Prime you’ll get them super quick.
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1. The World Needs More Purple People
2. I Promise
4. If you were a kid during the civil rights movement
10. Kindness rocks