Other Books in Series
Children will learn the importance of treating others with love, kindness, and respect.
Follow the adventures of a young boy as he practices kindness throughout his day, from rescuing a puppy to standing up to bullies to helping his young sister tie her shoe. I Am a Kindness Hero celebrates gentleness and vulnerability in boys, and shows that true strength and leadership come from treating those around you with love and respect.
I Am a Kindness Hero provides parents, teachers, and childcare providers with a beautiful picture book that offers a new kind of role model for young boys. A standalone title, it also serves as a companion to I Am a Warrior Goddess, by the same author and illustrator, which inspires strength, leadership, and empowerment in young girls.
About the Author
Jennifer Adams is the author of more than 40 books, including the BabyLit board book series, which introduces small children to the world of classic literature, and My Little Cities board books, illustrated by the award-winning Greg Pizzoli. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Parents magazine, and Vanity Fair. She currently resides in Salt Lake City. For more, visit jennifer-adams.com.
Carme Lemniscates is the author, illustrator, and designer of several critically acclaimed children’s books. In 2016 she won the Serra d’Or Critics award for Árboles (Trees) and was the Bronze recipient of Foreword Reviews’ 2012 Book of the Year Award for Silence. She is the founder of Lemniscates Studio, located in her home city of Barcelona. For more, visit lemniscates.com.
"A young child embodies the many facets of kindness in this affirming read." —Kirkus Reviews
"The team behind I Am a Warrior Goddess returns for this companion picture book.... [that] encourages young readers: “If I fight for kindness, then maybe others will too." —Publishers Weekly
"Adams’s clear, direct text, paired with the bold style of Lemniscates’s papercut like scenes of kindness in action help...parents and caregivers to engage in direct conversations with young children on developing positive character qualities." —School Library Journal