Best Children’s Sociology Books
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1. Kindness is my Superpower: A Children’s Book About Empathy, Kindness and Compassion
Author: by Alicia Ortego
Teach your children the power of Kindness, one of the most important skills a child can learn. Are you one of 90 percent of parents, saying that their top priorities for their kids is to be caring? This makes sense: Kindness and concern for others are held as moral virtues in nearly every society and every major religion.
The best social-emotional learning (SEL) book for raising kind children. This charming story with peaceful rhymes and colorful illustrations will explain to your child that it is okay to make a mistake and say I’m sorry. Lucas will teach your child good manners and positive behaviour at home, at school, in the store, and on the playground.
Kids learn best by example. With the perfect examples, this book offers, your child will have more understanding for others, accept diversity, thrive in a multicultural and inclusive environment, and show more empathy. Throughout the story, little superhero Lucas will learn what kindness means and understand what it is like to be kind, sensitive, caring, and generous.
2. Ninja Life Hacks Emotions and Feelings 8 Book Box Set (Books 1-8: Angry, Inventor, Positive, Lazy, Helpful, Earth, Grumpy, Kind)
Author: by Mary Nhin
The Ninja Life Hacks Emotions and Feelings Box Set includes books 1-8:Angry NinjaPositive NinjaEarth NinjaInventor NinjaGrumpy NinjaHelpful NinjaKind NinjaLazy NinjaLife is hard! And it’s even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out. The new social emotional learning Children’s book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills.
Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults. The Ninja Life Hacks 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.
Collect all the Ninja Life Hacks Book Sets. Ninja Life Hacks Emotions and Feelings Box Set Ninja Life Hacks Growth Mindset Book SetNinja Life Hacks Leadership Book SetNinja Life Hacks Mover and Shaker Book SetMakes a perfect gift! (No books in our sets overlap.
3. A Little SPOT of Life Skills 8 Book Box Set (Books 17-24: Courage, Perseverance, Teamwork, Talent, Thankful, Optimism, Creativity, & Giving)
Author: by Diane Alber
This box set includes 8 LIFE SKILL Books: A Little SPOT of Courage A Little SPOT of Perseverance A Little SPOT of Teamwork A Little SPOT of Talent A Little Thankful SPOT A Little SPOT of Giving A Little SPOT of Optimism A Little SPOT of Creativity
4. A Little SPOT of Feelings: Emotion Detective
Author: by Diane Alber
Do you have a little one that has a tough time expressing their feelings? This book helps children not only recognize feelings in themselves, but in others too! A Little SPOT of Feelings is a story about a little Scribble SPOT that is an Emotion Detective.
He teaches you all about different emotions and facial expressions so you know how to NAME your FEELINGS. He also shows specific examples of children describing how they are feeling. Targeted to young children, this book will inspire kids to discuss and NAME their multitude of feelings in a kid-friendly way.
5. A Queer History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning History for Young People)
Author: by Richie Chevat
Named one of the Best Nonfiction Books of 2019 by School Library JournalQueer history didn’t start with Stonewall. This book explores how LGBTQ people have always been a part of our national identity, contributing to the country and culture for over 400 years.
It is crucial for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer youth to know their history. But this history is not easy to find since it’s rarely taught in schools or commemorated in other ways. A Queer History of the United States for Young People corrects this and demonstrates that LGBTQ people have long been vital to shaping our understanding of what America is today.
Through engrossing narratives, letters, drawings, poems, and more, the book encourages young readers, of all identities, to feel pride at the accomplishments of the LGBTQ people who came before them and to use history as a guide to the future.
The stories he shares include those of* Indigenous tribes who embraced same-sex relationships and a multiplicity of gender identities. Emily Dickinson, brilliant nineteenth-century poet who wrote about her desire for women. Gladys Bentley, Harlem blues singer who challenged restrictive cross-dressing laws in the 1920s.
6. My Family, Your Family (Cloverleaf Books (TM) — Alike and Different)
Author: by Lisa Bullard
Millbrook Press ™
Different can be great! Makayla is visiting friends in her neighborhood. She sees how each family is different. Some families have lots of children, but others have none. Some friends live with grandparents or have two dads or have parents who are divorced.
How is her own family like the others? What makes each one great? This diverse cast allows readers to compare and contrast families in multiple ways.
7. What Can a Citizen Do? (Kids Story Books, Cute Children’s Books, Kids Picture Books, Citizenship Books for Kids)
Author: by Dave Eggers
“[This] charming book provides examples and sends the message that citizens aren’t born but are made by actions taken to help others and the world they live in.” The Washington PostThis is a book about what citizenshipgood citizenshipmeans to you, and to us all: Across the course of several seemingly unrelated but ultimately connected actions by different children, we watch how kids turn a lonely island into a communityand watch a journey from what the world should be to what the world could be.
What Can a Citizen Do? Is the latest collaboration from the acclaimed behind the bestselling Her Right Foot: Dave Eggers and Shawn Harris. For today’s youngest readers about what it means to be a citizen and the positive role they can play in society.
Includes beautiful illustrations and intriguing, rhyming text. “Obligatory reading for future informed citizens.” The New York TimesWhat Can a Citizen Do is an empowering and timeless read with an important message for all ages. Great family read-aloud bookBooks for kids ages 5-8Picture books for grades K-3
8. Brainwashed: Crime Travelers Spy School Mystery & International Adventure Series Book 1
Author: by Paul Aertker
Flying Solo Press LLC
1000s of global reviews averaging 4. 7 for the 3-book series. Pure middle-grade action-adventure.Nothing adult.Not YA-Young Adult. “The only thing dirty in this series is a diaper.” “Like the Bourne Identity, but for kids, Crime Travelers tracks the secret adventures of international orphaned teens living in hotels, traveling the globe, and fighting crime worldwide.” – M.R., Editor Gertrude Warner Middle-Grade Grand Prize – “An adventurous line-up that takes middle-grade readers around the globe, Brainwashed delivers with exciting espionage and action-packed thrills.”This middle-grade series combines “action and adventure with global awareness and smart humor.” ClarionRating 5 Stars | Lexile Measure: 720L | AR Points from Renaissance Accelerated Reader | Parents, teachers, and librarians will appreciate the worldwide geography and appropriate language for Ages 9 – 14 USA Grades: 4 – 8 | #1 Amazon best-selling series in Children’s Travel | 300 Geographic References plus illustrative maps!| FUNNY.SMART.ACTION.
9. I Escaped The Donner Party: Pioneers on the Oregon Trail, 1846
Author: by Scott Peters
15-year-old Zeke battles hunger, bears, and blizzards when their pioneer-wagon-train takes a wrong turn on the Oregon Trail. The parent-approved Survival Series that celebrates the awesome history of us. From multi-award winning Ellie Crowe and Scott Peters comes a riveting, kid-powered survival adventure.
Short attention spans | Chapter book | Ages 9+ | B&W Illustrations |15-year-old Zeke is thrilled to be heading west with over eighty settlers on the famed Oregon Trail. But when their wagon train takes an ill-advised short cut, the pioneers find themselves trapped in a frozen mountain pass.
As howling winter storms rage around the Donner Party, there’s no way forward or back. Zeke is no mountain climber. He’s a horseback-riding fanatic from Illinois. He’s way out of his element. Faced with starvation, Zeke must attempt to walk out of the wilderness on sheer willpower alone.
Can he ever hope to make it to California? Can he ever hope to escape? This is the 5th I Escaped adventure in the Children’s series about brave boys and girls who face real-world challenges and find ways to escape disaster.
10. How Cities Work 1 (How Things Work)
Author: by Lonely Planet Kids
Get ready to explore the city in a whole new way. This innovative book for younger readers is packed with city facts, loads of flaps to lift, and unfolding pages to see inside buildings and under the streets. Children aged 5+ can learn about skyscrapers, subway systems and stinky sewers.
Discover where people live and peek behind closed doors to see what’s going on in houses and apartments, or why not find out about what goes on underneath the streets you walk on every day? Each page is stylishly illustrated by James Gulliver Hancock, creator of the All The Buildings That I’ve Drawn So Far series (Universe Publishing) and there are loads of quirky details to spot.
How many giant cowboy hats can you find through the book? Created in consultation with Jill Sterrett, lecturer with the department of Urban Planning at the University of Washington. Contents : The birth of a city In and out of the city City living Build, build, build!
High-rise life Green spaces Going underground City hall Emergency services Recreation and culture Night and day Cities of the future About Lonely Planet Kids: From the world’s leading travel publisher comes Lonely Planet Kids, a Children’s imprint that brings the world to life for young explorers everywhere.
11. Potty Train Your Dragon: How to Potty Train Your Dragon Who Is Scared to Poop. A Cute Children Story on How to Make Potty Training Fun and Easy. (My Dragon Books)
Author: by Steve Herman
Having a pet dragon is very fun. But what do you do if he refuses to poop? Get this book and learn how to potty train your dragon! A must have book for children and parents with potty training. Teach your child how to poop easily everyday.
Fun, cute and entertaining with beautiful illustrations, this playful book will make the frustrating toilet training process easy and fun. Get this book now and enjoy!
12. Who's In My Family?: All About Our Families (Let's Talk about You and Me)
Author: by Robie H. Harris
Trusted New York Times best-selling author Robie H. Harris continues her series for preschoolers with a look at the many kinds of families that make up our world. Join Nellie and Gus and their family plus all manner of other families for a day at the zoo, where they see animal families galore!
To top off their day, Nellie and Gus invite friends and relatives for a fun dinner at home. Accessible, humorous, and full of charming illustrations depicting families of many configurations, this engaging story interweaves conversations between the siblings and a matter-of-fact text, making it clear to every child that whoever makes up your family, it is perfectly normal and totally wonderful.
13. Hana's Suitcase: The Quest to Solve a Holocaust Mystery
Author: by Karen Levine
This award-winning true Holocaust story, newly updated, connects generations through one woman’s quest to find the truth behind a mysterious suitcase. In March 2000, Fumiko Ishioka, the curator of a small Holocaust education center in Tokyo, received an empty suitcase from the museum at Auschwitz.
On the outside, in white paint, were the words Hana Brady, May 16, 1931, Orphan. Fumiko and the children at the center were determined to find out who Hana was and what happened to her all those years ago, leading them to a startling and emotional discovery.
The dual narrative intertwines Fumiko’s international journey to find the truth about Hana Brady’s fate with Hana’s own compelling story of her life in a quiet Czech town, which is shattered by the arrival of the Nazis, tearing apart the family she loves.
This suspense-filled work of investigative nonfiction draws in young readers and makes them active participants in the search for Hana’s identity. Praise for Hana’s Suitcase Hana wanted to become a teacher, and surely through this little book her dream is being realized.
14. I Escaped Amazon River Pirates
Author: by Scott Peters
15-year-old Nick battles pirates, gators, and jungle storms when he’s separated from his parents on vacation. The Survival Series that celebrates the awesome history of us. From multi-award winning Ellie Crowe and Scott Peters comes a wild escape based on true tales of recent Amazon River pirate attacks.
When river pirates attack their ferry in the middle of the night, Nick escapes on a surfboard, along with his family. But the Amazon’s wild currents separate Nick from his parents. One minute they’re together, the next, he’s lost in a deadly rainforest filled with piranha, jaguars, alligators, and giant anaconda.
Worse, he’s got angry pirates on his tail and a box of stolen gold. Talk about a family trip gone wrong! He wishes they’d never left California. A massive jungle storm hits and he’s forced to build a makeshift cover of leaves and branches.
As the days pass and he delves deeper into the jungle, Nick must use all of his smarts to survive. Can he find his parents before the pirates find him first? Can he ever hope to escape the Amazon rainforest?
15. Be Bold! Be Brave! 11 Latinas who made U.S. History (English and Spanish Edition)
Author: by Naibe Reynoso
Be Bold!Be Brave!11 Latinas who made U.S.History, S Audaz!S Valiente!: 11 Latinas que hicieron historia en los Estados Unidos is a bilingual book that highlights 11 Latinas who excelled in various fields including medicine, science, sports, art and politics.
By presenting the true biographical stories of these outstanding Latinas in rhyming verses, young readers will easily follow their journey to success. Some of the women highlighted include Antonia Novello (first female Surgeon General in the U.S., Ellen Ochoa (first Latina to go to space), Sonia Sotomayor (first Latina Supreme Court Justice,) Rita Moreno (first Latina to win an Oscar), Selena, and Pura Belpre (first Latina to incorporate and promote bilingual literacy in Public Libraries).
16. Unplugged Ninja: A Children’s Book About Technology, Screen Time, and Finding Balance (Ninja Life Hacks)
Author: by Mary Nhin
In a world full of technology, how do we get our children to unplug? Unplugged Ninja suffers from a bit of screen addiction until the discovery of the three Rs. Find out what happens in this comedic book about finding balance with a digital detox.Life is hard!
And it’s even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out. The new Children’s book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills. Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults.
The Ninja Life Hacks book series is geared to kids 3-11. Perfect for boys, girls, early readers, primary school students, or toddlers. Excellent resource for counselors, parents, and teachers alike. Collect all the Ninja Life Hacks books and box sets!