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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Thumb Book of Kindness (The Thumb Book Series) (Volume 2) by Tevin Hansen and Nichole Hansen tackles a very important topic; that of kindness and Thumb is going to help. Kindness is being nice and having respect for others. Being kind to each other is part of having good manners. The words we use and the tone of our voice also play a role when it comes to kindness. The book tells readers that no one should be scared by the words they use and the tone of their voice. Thumb tells you how to handle sadness by using empathy. The book is about how to use words properly to make others happy and it teaches young readers kindness, compassion, empathy, and how to help others.
The concept is excellent and relevant and I like the approach of the authors to the topic. They make it easy for children to understand the importance of being kind and how to use words properly so that they will not hurt or scare others. The practical situations shared in the book make it easy for children to understand clearly the concept of kindness. The illustrations are fun and having the authors caricatured makes it very appealing. The glossary is helpful for children to understand the advanced words in the book and their definitions. It is a perfect storybook for young readers, and parents and tutors should get all the books in the series for home and school libraries because the topics are important for children to understand and practice while growing up.