Hatred & Unforgiveness

The Friend Who Forgives Storybook

The Friend Who Forgives Storybook by Dan DeWitt, illustrated by Catalina Echeverri (2 – 7 years)

This book points children to Jesus, the friend who will forgive them again and again and again. A great book for Lent and Easter.

I Hate Everything

I Hate Everything! by Sue Graves, illustrated by Desideria Guicciardini
(4 – 8 years)

It’s hard for children to accept not getting their way. Sam hates when his brother cries or his dad is too busy to play. When he loses his place in “Musical Chairs,” Sam cries, “I hate everything!” With the help of his aunt, Sam learns new ways to deal with his anger and feel better.

Total Forgiveness

Total Forgiveness
by R.T. Kendall

R.T. Kendall has given us a treasure… the hope and possibility of experiencing incredible freedom and peace that can only come when we walk in total forgiveness.

How to Apologize

How to Apologize
by David LaRochelle
(3 – 7 years)

Wouldn’t the world be a better place if everyone knew how to apologize? Luckily, this humorous guidebook is full of practical tips about when, why, and how to say you’re sorry.

Best Books for Kids Who (Think They) Hate to Read

Best Books for Kids Who (Think They) Hate to Read: 125 Books That Will Turn Any Child into a Lifelong Reader by Laura Backes (7 – 14 years)

Reading can become a favorite part of any child’s life—even children who think they hate to read. With the help of this book, it’s easy to put your reluctant reader on the path to becoming an enthusiastic reader.

The Opposite of Hate

The Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to Repairing Our Humanity by Sally Kohn

An eye-opening read for both liberals and conservatives—and it could not come at a better time. Sally Kohn’s engaging, fascinating, and funny book will open your eyes and your heart.

Are We Teaching Children to Hate?

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