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How Can I Be Kind

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This thoughtful book explores how to be kind and why kindness is so important. A range of questions help children and their grown-ups to think, and talk, about being kind to others and ourselves, as well as nature and our planet. Beautiful illustrations by Christine Pym help young children to understand big concepts by setting them in a world of friendly bugs. Plenty to talk about and be inspired by.

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About Katie Daynes

Katie Daynes Biography
Katie has been writing children's books for almost half her life. She specialises in non-fiction books and loves questioning the world from a child's point of view. Over the years she's developed some of Usborne bestselling series, including the See Inside books and 

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About Christine Pym

Christine Pym studied illustration for Children's Publishing at the North East Wales School of Art and Design, and has been working as a professional illustration ever since. She illustrated The Tail of the North Whale, which was shortlisted for the Booktrust Early Years Award in 2009. Christine loves books, folk art, old things, wildlife watching and walks

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