Best Children’s Citizenship Books
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1. I Can Do Hard Things: Mindful Affirmations for Kids
Author: by Gabi Garcia
What kids tell themselves matters! It becomes their inner voice. It can help them connect with their power within. Help your child tap into their inner strength and resilience when challenges arise. I Can Do Hard Things introduces children to the practice of using mindful affirmations for support and encouragement when they need it.
It reflects the beautiful diversity in our world. I Can Do Hard Things is a perfect addition to your home or school social emotional library. Parents and educators can find free resources to accompany this book at . (Available in Spanish as Yo Puedo Hacer Cosas difciles: Afirmaciones Conscientes Para Nios).
2. B is for Breathe: The ABCs of Coping with Fussy and Frustrating Feelings
Author: by Dr. Melissa Munro Boyd
From the letter A to the letter Z, B is for Breathe celebrates the many ways children can express their feelings and develop coping skills at an early age. Fun, cute, and exciting illustrations, this colorful book teaches kids simple ways to cope with fussy and frustrating emotions.
This book will inspire kids to discuss their feelings, show positive behaviors, and practice calm down strategies.
3. Code 7: Cracking the Code for an Epic Life
Author: by Bryan R Johnson
From the best-selling award-winning author of The Proto Project by Bryan R. Johnson2020 Moonbeam Gold Award Winner2020 Readers’ Favorite AwardMom’s Choice Gold Award WinnerRoyal Dragonfly Award WinnerWishing Shelf Award WinnerPraised by School Library JournalAge Level: 6 and up Grade Level: 1 and upLife at Flint Hill Elementary School may seem normal, but seven friends find themselves on a path to crack the code for an epic life.
Whether they’re chasing their dreams on stage, searching for an elusive monster fish, or running a makeshift business out of a treehouse, can these heroes find a way to work together to change their community?”Code 7 engages kids through entertaining stories that reveal important insights about character, integrity, and social responsibility.
This book is an inspiration to children who wish to pursue their passions and bring original ideas into the world.” – Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling authorFeatures diverse girl and boy characters with seven short stories that culminate in a clever twistCan be read independently by young readers, ages 8-10 (3rd, 4th and 5th grade)Great as part of your bedtime stories routine for kids ages 6-8 who love early/easy readers and are ready to tackle chapter books (1st, 2nd and 3rd grade)Perfect for children who are growing out of picture books and enjoy series books and chapter books with spot illustrationsMakes a wonderful gift for anyone looking for fun, meaningful reading that is not related to video games, TV shows, or movies “I read this to my [7 year old] son (bedtime routine) over the course of a week and we both loved each of the chapters.
4. All countries, capitals and flags of the world
Author: by Smart Family
All information has been updated and current as of May 5, 2021CUSTOMER REVIEWS: My 7 year old is obsessed. He liked this over other toys he recieved for Christmas. Bethany (5 stars on Amazon.Com) “Flagtastic. Great Christmas present.” – cfc1968 (5 stars on Amazon.Co.
Uk) “Good book especially for children. All independent states with compact information (area, population, etc. As well as flags.” – Alexey V.F.Ch. Bobrov (5 stars) “Great book. My grandson is interested in geography and loves flags. This book was perfect for him.
Good information, organized well and at a great price. I highly recommend this book.” – One of the Gardner Clan (5 stars) “My nephew and I play trivia every Wednesday night and there is always a question in a category called Fun with Flags.
I bought this for him on Father’s day and he loves it.” – Helen Meehan (5 stars) “Nice tool and learning guide. Good guide for countries/capitals.” – Judy Lion (5 stars) “Wow! Very nice book with many countries, capitals and flags!
5. Life of a Firefly: The Incredible Adventures and Mostly True Stories of Sandy Forte
Author: by Sandra Brown-Lindstedt
If you are just going to buy ONE BOOK THIS YEAR for your middle grade or young adult child, THIS IS THE BOOK! It’s a book your children will cherish for the rest of their lives. It has received rave editorial reviews and won multiple awards like the 2021 INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS, Children’s Mind/Soul/Body category, and Reader Views’ GRAND PRIZE – Best Fiction.
Life of a Firefly is already becoming a classic children’s book. It’s warm, it’s exciting, it’s captivating and most of all – KIDS LOVE IT!”I have a daughter who absolutely loved to read this! I love how quick-witted and courageous Sandy is.
THIS BOOK NEEDS TO BE IN EVERY ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL LIBRARY!” -Megan B. Joseph, MHA”I can’t even express how much I LOVED this book. It’s one of the best books I’ve read in the past decade!” -Ms. Allison, Editor Book Editing ServicesIn this award winning children’s book Sandy learns to face her giants with the help of a tiny firefly.
It builds strong character and help boost self esteem. Kids see themselves in almost every situation that Sandy finds herself in, as she and her firefly go on amazing adventures that captures the imagination. As she continues on her incredible journey, each person she encounters teaches another lesson about friendship and family.
Author: by Mary Hoffman
Grace loves to act out stories. Sometimes she plays the leading part, sometimes she is ‘a cast of thousands.’ When her school decides to perform Peter Pan , Grace is longing to play Peter, but her classmates say that Peter was a boy, and besides, he wasn’t black…
But Grace’s Ma and Nana tell her she can be anything she wants if she puts her mind to it…
7. Kids' Travel Guide – Paris: The fun way to discover Paris – especially for kids (Kids' Travel Guide series) (Kids' Travel Guide Sereis)
Author: by Shira Halperin
Ever dreamed of a fun family vacation and ended up with bored, complaining kids instead?NOW! Get the secret to a fun, relaxingand educationalfamily trip in Paris Yes, with the kids! Paris travel guide and activity book in one! Enjoy a new family adventure in Paris!
With Kids’ Travel Guide Paris Your kids will become the family tour guide! They enjoy fun facts, challenging tasks, useful tips, coloring pages and exciting quizzes. There will be no boring moments in your vacation in Paris Watch as your kids become little experts about Paris: the relevant history, what the city looks like, the transportation system, and many fun and fascinating facts about the city.
Your little tour guide will take you through Paris attractions Be sure to visit the best sites for kids: The amazing Buckingham Palace, the famous Tower of Paris, Paris’s excellent zoo, and many magnificent parks and streets plus all the fun things to do in Paris!
From planning and packing to returning home. The Paris guide and diary will become a souvenir of your travel that the whole family can treasure for a lifetime. You, the parents All you need to do is to find an available bench and relax.
8. I Escaped North Korea!
Author: by Scott Peters
14-year-old Dae battles hunger, border guards, and homelessness when he’s separated from his parents and forced to flee North Korea alone. The Survival Series that celebrates the awesome history of us. Asian/Pacific American Award for Children’s Literature winner Ellie Crowe and bestselling children’s author Scott Peters tell this gripping story about one young refugee’s escape from the oppression of North Korea.
Short attention spans | Chapter Book | Ages 8-12 | B&W Illustrations14-year-old Dae has been taught that North Korea is the best place in the world. Yet the painfully skinny boy can’t help wondering why all his family has to eat is watery porridge made from grass.
At school, Dae and his friends bow before the giant portraits of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il, their clothes flapping around their bony limbs. Dae begins to question why the Great Leaders look so well fed. When Dae’s beloved father is hauled away to a hard-labor camp, the young teen must fend for himself.
9. Say Hello And Let It Go: I Am Not My Emotions
Author: by Jocelyn Soliz
SAY HELLO AND LET IT GO teaches mindfulness, acceptance, and reclaiming power in the form of a simple, yet powerful, children’s book. Uncomfortable emotions can lead to resistance and suffering when children are not equipped with tools to accept a variety of big emotions.
By teaching our students, children, and little loved ones that there is nothing wrong with ANY emotion we are changing the way they interact with uncomfortable emotions and sensations. It is possible to live in harmony with any emotion, and SAY HELLO AND LET IT GO will show your little one just how to master this skill.
The book contains the powerful tools of belly breathing, counting, and positive self-talk – as well as a page for adults to understand the “why” behind the practice of saying hello and letting go. Resources and activities were created for this book and can be found on the author’s website jocelynsoliz.Com.
Ways to use this book with your child or student: 1. Have your child predict what the feeling will be before you read the character’s emotion.2. Have your child draw a picture of how they would have illustrated the emotions.3. Have a conversation about what the opposite of “say hello and let it go” would be.
10. Frida Kahlo: A Kid's Book About Expressing Yourself Through Art (Mini Movers and Shakers)
Author: by Mary Nhin
Frida Kahlo is involved in a tragic accident. Instead of letting it bring her down, she finds escape through a creative outlet. In the new Mini Movers and Shakers children’s book series comes a cast of characters who have failed, yet succeeded despite overwhelming obstacles.
Find out what happens in this kid’s book about expressing yourself through art. Sometimes, we are faced with challenges that seem insurmountable. But with grit and hard work, one can achieve great things! Mini Movers and Shakers was developed to inspire children to dream big and work hard.
Fun, relatable characters in graphic style books easy enough for young readers, yet interesting for adults. The Mini Movers and Shakers book series is geared to kids 3-11+. Perfect for boys, girls, early readers, primary school students, or toddlers. Excellent resource for educators, parents, and teachers alike.
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11. The Little Book of Presidential Elections: (Children’s Book about the Importance of Voting, How Elections Work, Democracy, Making Good Choices, Kids Ages 3 10, Preschool, Kindergarten, First Grade)
Author: by Zack Bush
Electing a president happens once every four years! The Little Book of Presidential Elections utilizes simple text to explain the election process and its significance to young readers. With this book, the most important election in the United States of America will make sense.
Young readers will learn step-by-step about the process of electing a president. The Little Book of Presidential Elections helps young boys and girls, preschoolers, and toddlers understand what it means to elect a president and why it is so important to vote.
Voting is a right and a responsibility. This book teaches young readers about the meaning of democracy and why voting in an election is so important. The Little Book Of series introduces young kids to a wide range of ideas, activities, values, and emotions.
With engaging text and warm, kid-friendly illustrations, each story teaches children that having fun, learning, talking about your feelings, and doing the right thing is always much easier than they think. Kids can enjoy the journey and fun of reading while discovering the world around them, one little book at a time.
12. Be Bold! Be Brave! Chiquitos (English and Spanish Edition)
Author: by Naibe Reynoso
Be Bold, Be Brave Chiquitos; is the Board Book version of the original book, Be Bold, Be Brave: 11 Latinas who made U.S. History; Designed for the babies 0-3 years old, this book will introduce your little ones to Latinas like Astronaut Ellen Ochoa, Judge Sonia Sotomayor, singer Selena, Oscar winner Rita Moreno, and many more!
13. Toddler Coloring Book: Coloring Pages of Things That Go: Cars, Trains, Tractors, Planes & More. Simple Big Pictures Perfect for Beginners (Baby Activity Book for Kids Age 2-4)
Author: by Vit Hansen
Toddler Coloring Book Coloring Pages of Things That Go Cars, Trains, Tractors, Planes & More. Simple Big Pictures Perfect for Beginners A perfect learning activity workbook for toddlers, either boys or girls. Thick outlines and large areas to color. Printed single-sided.
Improves fine motor skills & prepares children for school.Happy Coloring!
14. Wacky Facts Word Search: 50 US States (Play and Learn)
Author: by Scott Peters
From Scott Peters, award-winning author and creator of over 300 museum and science center exhibits, comes this historic Word Search and discovery guide to the 50 United States.Did you know D. C.’s state dinosaur is the Capitalsaurus? That Massachusetts state cookie is chocolate chip?
That Connecticut’s state song is Yankee Doodle? Or that California’s state fabric is Denim? Be inspired by the unique places that span the amazing United States in this curious collection of fact-filled pages and puzzles. On each commemorative double-page spread, you’ll find: A state photo highlighted on the US map, to help you locate the state The state’s capital Key facts, including size; state flag; state coin; population; and the order in which the state joined the union Each state’s inspirational motto A spotlight bubble containing a list of interesting and sometimes wacky state symbols!
On the right side, each beautifully laid out, large-print word search puzzle includes key facts, names, and places based on the state’s fascinating trivia. Players young and old will love getting to know America the beautiful. Fun for home studies, for teacher worksheets, word games for middle school, and family car trips.
15. Alamo Tree (The History Tree)
Author: by Tana S Holmes
IF ANCIENT TREES COULD TALK, WHAT STORIES THEY COULD TELL!! Alamo Tree is a TRUE story about a REAL place. This winner of the June Franklin Naylor Award for The Best Children’s Book on Texas History describes the monumental events surrounding the siege and famous battle at The Shrine of Texas Liberty.
But the story is told by the celebrity storyteller tree that still thrives in the courtyard of the mission in San Antonio Texas. The events in April 1836 established the enduring model for independence and freedom literally all over the world!
But what lessons can children learn from such a grim story? The tree explains that during those dark days there was the love of families, courage of heroes and teamwork of citizens from all over the globe that ensured their losses were not in vain.
The History Tree Series books provide enriching content to the adult reader so that they can share with the little ones who are hearing the tale. The loving guidance of a parent, teacher, or older reader will help the child understand the amazing events in their heritage and where they fit in the story.
16. Nina & Nate go on a Treasure Grant: A story about empathy and community: Illustrated rhyming activity book, 2021
Author: by Carina Paladino
Follow Nina and her big brother Nate as they adventure through New York City to learn the importance of empathy, kindness, and community. The charming illustrations filled with vivid details, allow children to find new hidden elements every time they pick up the bookA must for every modern child’s bookshelf!
In this highly engaging story, children will set out on two adventures:1) In the Treasure Hunt, children will exercise their perseverance, curiosity, and confidence as they help Nina and Nate find hidden golden coins on every page. 2) In the Treasure Grant, children will nurture their empathy skills and sense of community as they help Nina and Nate notice, understand and support those around them.
This book functions as a great: Bedtime story, as Nina and Nate’s Nana tucks them in for bed with her wise rhyming words. Conversation starter, using the included discussion guiding questions and ideas for parents and children to chat about feelings, kindness, and community.