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What If Everybody Said That?

What if everybody chose to be kind?If you tell someone that they cant play with you, theres no harm done, right? But what if everybody said that? What if everybody forgot to be kindand made fun of other kids artwork at school, or told a fib, or refused to share with a person in need? The world wouldnt be a very nice place to live. But what if everybody thought before they spoke, so the world would be a kinder place?With clear prose and lighthearted artwork, this companion book to the bestseller What If Everybody Did That? explores the power of words and shows kids that the things we say matter....

Title : What If Everybody Said That?
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ISBN : 9781503948952
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 24 pages
Status : Available For Download
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What If Everybody Said That? Reviews

  • Darinda

    The main character is basically a bully and consistently says rude things. Everyone else in the story (parents, teachers, etc.) always respond with "What if everybody said that?" Then examples are shown of the chaos that would happen if everybody said mean things.

    A picture book with a message. I like the message that people should be kinder to each other, but this book falls a little flat on delivering that message. Great, colorful illustrations.

    I received a digital copy of this book via Amazon

  • Melissa Nichols

    Not what I thought

    I thought the book would focus more on how we should talk nicely to others. Instead I felt like it only focused on the mean things kids could say to each other. Only the last page shows the girls being nice and talking nicely to others. I am so glad I didn't read this with my kids. I will not be reading this to my kids.

  • qazwiz

    Standard fare

    While ok, it's not anything special.... "What if Everybody Said That?" Maybe if everybody Said the truth about these " be nicy-nice" propaganda books someone would actually write something worth reading.

    A bit of the problem is that saying "That's mean" to honest answers discourages HONESTY! Many of the examples could have been honest belief instead mean bullying.

    I know many people who buy wrong style (think bikini on 200lb woman or stripes that does wrong look). Friends should be

  • Anam Cara

    Unfortunate beginning

    I completely understand the lesson the author is trying to teach primary grade students. It is a valuable lesson. But the first page does not take into account the way her story could be interpreted by these young students.

    She begins with a girl who is asked if others can play with her responds with,”No boys allowed.” To the question, “What if everybody said that?” Examples are given, “no freckles allowed,” “no climbing for girls,” and “no big kids.”

    Younger children might no

  • Melissa Winden herr


    This book was cute my daughter really liked it she would recommend it to all of her classmates and that's exactly what she did

  • Linda

    A cute story with an important message for everyone, not just children. Unfiltered comments can hurt, and we should all be considering the impact of what we say.

  • Maggie Mattmiller

    Loved this one even more than the first! Highly recommend for ANY classroom library (even above the recommended age. I read the first one to my middle schoolers and we had a great conversation.) Also would recommend for home libraries!

  • TL

    I got this via Amazon First Reads on their Prime Deals days.. they had all six Kindle picks available for download:).


    Artwork: 4 stars

    Story: 4 stars

    A cute book I think everyone should read to their kids. (Definitely will with my niece). Some kids and parents I see at work sometimes.. makes me think about how my parents would just give us a Look and we'd behave.

    I don't want to say much and spoil it but would definitely recommend. :)