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Teach Your Kids to be kind, admire diversity and accept differences in a fun, loving, and engaging way. We all need more kindness and acceptance in our lives today. And the best time to learn it for our kids is now, while they are still kids! Most kids are being homeschooled right now due to the virus without being socialized as much as they need. But they still need to lear Teach Your Kids to be kind, admire diversity and accept differences in a fun, loving, and engaging way. We all need more kindness and acceptance in our lives today. And the best time to learn it for our kids is now, while they are still kids! Most kids are being homeschooled right now due to the virus without being socialized as much as they need. But they still need to learn that kindness and acceptance create beautiful friendships. This sweet and short book is a perfect demonstration of that! ‘Language That We All Can Speak’ is a charming, warm story with beautiful verse and cute illustrations created to: - show your children the importance of being kind - teach them to be more aware of other people's feelings - give your kids insights to think about and accept differences in people - help them understand and admire beautiful diversity in our world After reading this book, try to engage with your children by discussing questions provided in the 'parents and educators' section. It will help them better understand why diversity is beautiful and why it is essential to be kind to others. Get Your Copy Now to Help Your Child Learn these Vital Lessons!


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Teach Your Kids to be kind, admire diversity and accept differences in a fun, loving, and engaging way. We all need more kindness and acceptance in our lives today. And the best time to learn it for our kids is now, while they are still kids! Most kids are being homeschooled right now due to the virus without being socialized as much as they need. But they still need to lear Teach Your Kids to be kind, admire diversity and accept differences in a fun, loving, and engaging way. We all need more kindness and acceptance in our lives today. And the best time to learn it for our kids is now, while they are still kids! Most kids are being homeschooled right now due to the virus without being socialized as much as they need. But they still need to learn that kindness and acceptance create beautiful friendships. This sweet and short book is a perfect demonstration of that! ‘Language That We All Can Speak’ is a charming, warm story with beautiful verse and cute illustrations created to: - show your children the importance of being kind - teach them to be more aware of other people's feelings - give your kids insights to think about and accept differences in people - help them understand and admire beautiful diversity in our world After reading this book, try to engage with your children by discussing questions provided in the 'parents and educators' section. It will help them better understand why diversity is beautiful and why it is essential to be kind to others. Get Your Copy Now to Help Your Child Learn these Vital Lessons!

30 review for Language That We All Can Speak: A Children's Book About Kindness and Diversity (Olivka Books 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Shaina

    I won this in a GR giveaway and there it was in my library today! This is a little treasure was filled with considerably lovely drawings of kids and some good advice. Advice we all need! This is a good family book. I loved it. Kindness is everything now. So wise! This left me with good feelings, so I hope to read this to my niece The Little Ham that says she wants to drive an excavator! There are so many types of kids out there and seeing them all play happily together is one of the most beautifu I won this in a GR giveaway and there it was in my library today! This is a little treasure was filled with considerably lovely drawings of kids and some good advice. Advice we all need! This is a good family book. I loved it. Kindness is everything now. So wise! This left me with good feelings, so I hope to read this to my niece The Little Ham that says she wants to drive an excavator! There are so many types of kids out there and seeing them all play happily together is one of the most beautiful things in the world. Oh, and the rhyme was perfect! I absolutely love a perfect rhyme... It's a thing with me. All the stars! Adorable book❤

  2. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Feinberg

    I love this book! The sweet and rhythmic story helps young readers to not only respect but celebrate our differences! This is the type of book that could help the next generation be more accepting and kind.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Katie Weyler

    This is a very sweet story about a little girl who goes to her new school and meets her diverse classmates. Her classmates look different and some act different and talk different, but they all show kindness towards one another. Showing kindness and acceptance of others is a great message, and this book delivers that message in a beautiful story.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Frances Ohanenye

    What a beautiful book! It has a heart! It rhymes. It is a thoughtful book. The world needs this book now what with so much intolerance, division, and strife in the United States and in the world. Children will learn tolerance from it and how to accept each other. Racism is not hereditary. It is taught when the air children breathe is polluted with hatred and intolerance. Every teacher and parent with lower grades (K3 - 5) children should make this book a part of their multicultural curriculum and What a beautiful book! It has a heart! It rhymes. It is a thoughtful book. The world needs this book now what with so much intolerance, division, and strife in the United States and in the world. Children will learn tolerance from it and how to accept each other. Racism is not hereditary. It is taught when the air children breathe is polluted with hatred and intolerance. Every teacher and parent with lower grades (K3 - 5) children should make this book a part of their multicultural curriculum and should include character-building activities. Children will enjoy going to school like Olivka. We just hope their schools are like Olivka's when they get there where every child is valued and appreciated for his/her unique attributes. The only suggestion is the verb "enthused". Unlike the other words that sounded natural to the narration style and to the diction, "enthused" stuck out as not belonging.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sharifa Anozie

    Kindness Matters Lovely book about kindness and accepting differences of those around you. The cover of this book caught my attention, love the colors and illustrations. The story reminds us that there are so many different kinds of people in the world and that’s what makes it beautiful.

  6. 4 out of 5

    SELENE LAKE

    Very nice book This book released at the perfect time for us, as my daughters journal assignment this week was about 'kindness'. I will recommend this book for early school age children & educators that work with special needs individuals. "KINDNESS IS A LANGUAGE THAT WE ALL CAN SPEAK" It's a great message. Now the reason for the 4 star rating. The transition from page 1 to page 2 was jarring. The second reason is kindness should extend beyond classmates. I felt there was a missed opportunity on page Very nice book This book released at the perfect time for us, as my daughters journal assignment this week was about 'kindness'. I will recommend this book for early school age children & educators that work with special needs individuals. "KINDNESS IS A LANGUAGE THAT WE ALL CAN SPEAK" It's a great message. Now the reason for the 4 star rating. The transition from page 1 to page 2 was jarring. The second reason is kindness should extend beyond classmates. I felt there was a missed opportunity on page 2 to be kind to Mom; or at the garden.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Diane Elgin

    What a beautiful story! I love it. As a kindergarten teacher and an author, this would be a fantastic book to share in the preschool through kindergarten classrooms. Using this book as a tool, the teacher/parent has an excellent opportunity to share how wonderfully unique and perfect each child is.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Katharina

    This book is about kindness, and how to show it. The first few pages are about Olivka who is new in town, she is worried that she won't have any friends at school of if they like her. When she goes to school she sees kids of all color, race, and developmental stages. During circle time, her teacher does a really good job explaining to Olivka that one of the boys who is running around and not sitting has a disability, and that he learns in different ways. The rest of the book is cute, and shows k This book is about kindness, and how to show it. The first few pages are about Olivka who is new in town, she is worried that she won't have any friends at school of if they like her. When she goes to school she sees kids of all color, race, and developmental stages. During circle time, her teacher does a really good job explaining to Olivka that one of the boys who is running around and not sitting has a disability, and that he learns in different ways. The rest of the book is cute, and shows kids how to show kindness, and that diversity is okay!! I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to show others how to show kindness within the classroom, sometimes book reading can aid children in learning more, when they hear and see it. I thought it was a great read, and a really cute book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Traci

    What a cute book. This book shows how everyone is different (diversity) and sometimes people act differently (disabilities) or need special accommodations to be able to learn. It teaches children about kindness, acceptance and understanding. This is a subjective that I haven’t seen in to many children books because it is a touchy subject with a lot of taboos. The illustrations are great; In fact, i want the main characters (Olivka) long thick hair. This is definitely a book that I will be readin What a cute book. This book shows how everyone is different (diversity) and sometimes people act differently (disabilities) or need special accommodations to be able to learn. It teaches children about kindness, acceptance and understanding. This is a subjective that I haven’t seen in to many children books because it is a touchy subject with a lot of taboos. The illustrations are great; In fact, i want the main characters (Olivka) long thick hair. This is definitely a book that I will be reading to my nephew and niece over the winter break.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    I won a copy of this book through Goodreads Giveaways and am voluntarily leaving a review. This was an adorable children’s story about kindness and acceptance. I think it would be really sweet to read to kids before they go to kindergarten, or to younger kids after a move. Honestly, it would be good for any kid as a school year starts to remind them that new kids may be making their way into a class and that kindness and acceptance is expected and important.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jan Foster

    This is a very sweet and beautifully illustrated book. I love the beautiful imagery of comparing a diverse class of children or a fabulous flower garden- each child as their own flower, each as unique. A really heartfelt book which opens some great conversations you can have with your child about diversity, kindness and a fear of not fitting in or being liked. Well done K Read!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Knapp

    Direct I prefer books about diversity to be somewhat subtle as a natural part of the story, but Read has created the perfect book for young children about to embark on new journeys like school, community groups, or new countries.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Toby Palma

    Highly recommend This is a charming read that many of us can take a lesson from today. This story discusses diversity and kindness in a way that kids can relate to and learn from! Highly recommend to teachers & families.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Olga Mellor

    Actualka! Well you’ll love it, when you see it! Well well well! I just want to say Congrats girl!! I love the drawings and all diversity, very very actual nowadays! Please everyone go ahead and get it!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Mckay

    This is a new favorite children’s book for my kids. I love how it compares different people to different flowers! Such a sweet book about how each person is different and beautiful! The illustrations were a highlight for me, as well!!

  16. 4 out of 5

    John

    Great I won the giveaway, will start reading soon

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lyn Rose

    A sweet rhyming story about kindness. It certainly would be a better world if everyone learned to live that way.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Yaakov Lui-Hyden

    A little book of wisdom. I wish I had been read this book as a child, Truly beautiful and insightful and brings a sweet tear to the eye. The message is so important for today.

  19. 4 out of 5

    David Isaac

    Great Book for kids! It conveys a great message about how we are all different and that it’s a good thing. And how it’s always best to be kind and nice to everyone.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Arianna

    Beautiful story and illustrations We really enjoyed the melody of the words and the message in this wonderful children’s book. I strongly recommend for all parents and children.

  21. 4 out of 5

    LaTressa N. Davis

    Beautiful Shades of kids A well illustrated book that shows how all children from various backgrounds get along. A great resource for teaching we are all the same.

  22. 4 out of 5

    NayDoubleU

    Amazing anti bias theme Such a good anti bias story. A bit long for preschoolers and kinders but if done is sections could be amazing. Loved everything about this

  23. 5 out of 5

    Robin McCool

    With the strong appeal of the adorable illustrations and rhyming verse, it was truly the depictions of diversity that resonated with this special education teacher!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Elaine

    What a wonderful children’s book about kindness, friendship and acceptance of others. A great book to read to your child or your class if you are a teacher.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Christine Hensley

  26. 5 out of 5

    Madison Newton

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

  28. 4 out of 5

    Janet

  29. 4 out of 5

    POOPSHKIN

  30. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Grondine (travelingbooknerds)

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