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The second book in The Empathy Way collection. Jenga the bonobo teaches a poignant lesson about using empathy to connect with others who are "different".
Insides Out is the first book in The Empathy Way book collection. The Empathy Way uses photographs of real-life bonobo apes to teach young children (ages 2-10) about empathy. Insides Out explains empathy in a way that children can understand--what it is, why it is important, and how to do it.
Nicola Davies, a zoologist whose studied bats and whales and worked for the BBC's natural history unit, has written several children's books about bringing humans and nature back together.
When Toby steps into the path of a dog who bullies him and shreds his beloved stuffed teddy-bear toy, feelings get hurt. This beautifully illustrated book teaches children about the importance of kindness, respect, acceptance and being considerate of others, including pets.
This film is based on the autobiography of Eric Lomax, a railway enthusiast who becomes a British prisoner of war captured by the Japanese in Singapore.
A documentary that invites for a meaningful exploration and reflection about our innerselves by showcasing words of knowledge and wisdom from great Brazilian minds from different walks of life: spiritual leaders, scientists, politicians, entretainers, educators, social entrepreneurs, business peo
Donal Ryan's wonderful first novel is set in Ireland after the crash of 2008 and is a story told by 21 different voices and perspectives. With each monologue we share the confusion and uncertainty that has come about in response to the recession.
This is a true story of a young teen named Maddie, who while undergoing chemotheraphy saw something on TV that changed the way she saw the world, and her role in it. Touched by vision of an orphaned boy in Africa, Maddie was moved to help.
Here's a brilliant way to create a pop up Empathy Cafe (without the coffee). Put a kid's ball pit in the middle of the street and invite strangers to sit in it together and talk. The silly setting opens them up to funny and moving conversations.