How Ordinary Kids Can Make a Difference

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Sometimes, even adults have trouble finding ways to make things better for themselves and others.  Children may need guidance in order to help them find ways to see themselves empowered to do good, especially during these days of isolation.

Here is a New York Times article from September 20th entitled 8 Picture Books About Ordinary Kids’ Everyday Activism.  The subtitle:  From making soup to creating a butterfly garden, everyone can do something.

Check out these picture books for inspiration for your child — and yourself!

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About Pat Solin

Patricia Smith Solin works with her son, Michael, on creating posts and maintaining the technical aspects of the RFL Association website & Facebook posts. She was the school librarian for 10 years at Riverton Public School (NJ) and contributes articles for the Gaslight News, the official publication of the Historical Society of Riverton.