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PreS-Gr 2—Miller explores the topic of kindness through the story of

a child pondering how to respond when a friend spills grape juice on

herself. In the language of a child's thoughts, Miller provides examples

of kindness (giving, helping, paying attention), and acknowledges that

it is not always easy to be kind, especially when others aren't. Miller

helps bring this abstract concept into concrete terms of children's

lives. The illustrations are gentle and effective. The children's faces

are expressive, and thick brushstrokes and watercolor add texture and

depth to the pages. The color purple receives extra attention, but is

well balanced with other colors and white space. The book presents the

powerful message that small acts of kindness matter, and that they can

build with other acts of kindness to make a difference. This is adeptly

illustrated with vignettes representing kindness circling the globe,

coming full circle to the schoolyard where the protagonist gives Tanisha

a purple watercolor picture. While the protagonist could not fix the

problem, the act of kindness still made a difference. VERDICT Books

about kindness are frequently requested in public and school libraries

alike. This title is a valuable addition on this topic and will promote

conversation about what it means to be kind.—Clara Hendricks,

Cambridge Public Library, MA Read more “These days, it seems more

important than ever for books to show young people how to act with

thoughtfulness, civility, and kindness.― ―The New York Times Book

Review“[A] lovely exploration of empathy and thoughtfulness.―

―Publishers Weekly, starred review“The precisely worded, hopeful

text offers ideas to ponder, while the artwork places them within

kidfriendly contexts, such as a multiracial classroom and a neighborhood

park. Nicely designed for drawing out childrenâ€s ideas and opening a

discussion on kindness, this picture book works well one-on-one or read

aloud in a classroom, for the expressive pictures are still effective

from a distance. A thoughtful picture book.― ―Booklist“This picture

book champions interpersonal kindness both globally and in a young

child's town . . . The story gives children many concrete ideas of

actionable kind deeds.― ―Kirkus Reviews“The book presents the

powerful message that small acts of kindness matter, and that they can

build with other acts of kindness to make a difference . . . A valuable

addition on this topic [that] will promote conversation about what it

means to be kind.― ―School Library JournalSophie's Squash:A Golden

Kite Award WinnerA Charlotte Zolotow Honor BookAn Ezra Jack Keats Honor

BookThe Juvenile Literature Award WinnerA Crystal Kite Award Book for


parents will be happy to read it to them often.' ―School Library

Journal, starred reviewWherever You Go:A Crystal Kite Award Book for the

Midwest Region“Miller's verse, infused with musical momentum,

communicates the emotional arch of a journey with beautiful brevity.―

―Kirkus Reviews, starred review“This lovely offering [has] appeal

both as an inspirational gift book and as a bedtime tale.―

―Publishers Weekly, starred reviewSophie's Squash Go to

School:“While in many picture books problems are solved quickly,

Miller makes clear that it takes time, as well as reflection and effort,

for Sophie to decide that she wants friends. . . . Many children will

relate to [this].― ―Booklist, starred review“By bookâ€s end, most

readers will be willing to side with Sophieâ€s parents, who remind her

that itâ€s good to have friends: ‘Especially human ones.â€â€•

―Publishers Weekly, starred reviewThe Quickest Kid in Clarksville:

“Sweet and inspiring.― ―Kirkus Reviews“An engaging, lively

story.― ―Horn Book Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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