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This book is about the multitudes inside yourself, the singular perspective those multitudes create, and the explosive, soul-wringing ecstasy that can occur when all of that collides with al that someone else is.
A beautiful children's book which helps us to understand changes in llife, as in a death of a loved one. Charlotte Zolotow's soft and heart-felt story along with her lovely illustrations make this a good basis for discussion of life's changes.
Dr. Johnson has a large series of biographies written for children called The Value Tales. For instance, there's The Value of Courage--the Story of Jackie Robinson; The Value of Determination--the Story of Helen Keller; The Value of Respect--the Story of Abraham Lincoln.
One of the School of Life series, this is a great introduction to a French philosopher, Henri Bergson. He's not someone I'd heard of, although he was a contemporary of William James.
The Conference of the Birds. Peter Sis. 2011, Penguin Press, 978-1-59420-306-0.
Azur & Asmar: The Princes’ Quest. An animated film by Michel Ocelot, 2006.
Creative Confidence takes the reader through the "design thinking" method that promotes "empathic listening skills" as a prerequisite of the creation of human-centric products.
A wonderful resource on how empathy can trigger creative thinking skills, and how this skill can be nurtured through an educational system that encourages arts and sciences integration.