This sweet, funny, thoughtful, and much-needed story will open up readers’ eyes to the importance of being who they are and not backing down to hurtful criticism. It’s an empowering tale about connecting with others and choosing kindness over bullying, and shows children how angry and provocative words can be overcome by empathy and courage.
Leaving the palace where he had been sheltered from a prediction that destined him to be a holy man, Prince Siddhartha sees for the first time the suffering in the world, and begins the journey that transforms him into the Buddha.
Emphasizes the differences among the four billion people on earth.
Rose is a lonely face in a new town, but when she makes a wish to find a friend, the Wish Thing starts a journey toward her from somewhere very far away.
A book with peek-through holes that let a child view the changes in a tree throughout the four seasons.
A miser learns the true meaning of Christmas when three ghostly visitors review his past and foretell his future.
A simple retelling of the story from Genesis of how God created the first man and then made creatures, including the first woman, to keep him company.
A young girl who wears a wooden bowl over her face to hide her beauty overcomes a variety of trials and eventually finds love, riches, and happiness.
After being kidnapped by an ugly toad, a beautiful girl no bigger than a thumb has a series of dreadful experiences before meeting a fairy prince just her size.
On Christmas Eve, a young boy enters an ice-webbed forest, where he encounters an old blind man who is hunting the wonderous and elusive white stag.