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Chole and her friends shun the new girl, Maya, who eventually stops coming to school. When Chloe's teacher gives a lesson about how even small acts of kindness can change the world, Chloe realizes how much better it could have been if she'd shown a little kindness towards Maya. With its powerful anti-bullying message, the audiobook will resonate with listeners.

©2012 Penguin Putnam (P)2014 Weston Woods

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Excellent for my granddaughter

That being said I also enjoyed the book very much, it touched my heart. We can all learn a valuable lesson about kindness especially in this world of social media that really takes away from our interactions with others.

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A reflection to reflect upon

Wonderful story of a child's reflection on what she should have done but did not do. A story that makes us reflect on our own actions.

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Touching story

Our six year old was struggling with being kind to others, so this book caught my attention. I expected a “chapter book”, but this book is very short. However, it is a wonderful story and message, and the reader does an excellent job. We’ve listened to it over and over....my daughter has asked for a speaker on her room so she can play it for her and her friends. I’ve offered to buy her the book, but she wants the audio. I don’t know if I can credit this book alone, but I’ve seen more of an effort on her part and I’ll take what I can get. 😊

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Ripples of kindness

What did you love best about Each Kindness?

Lesson learned after reading.

What did you like best about this story?

The little guilt at the end when she realized how she treated Mia.

What about Nikki M. James’s performance did you like?

Beautiful Reading!

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The end, I wanted May to come back to school, so the kids could finally be kind to her.

Any additional comments?

I am going to share this book with my school and hopefully all the kids can have a chance to reflect on it.