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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

  • Vicky Marie

    One of my favorite perks of being an Amazon prime member is the free book each month with the Kindle Firsts program. For Prime Day they did something awesome and let you get all six books free! Of course I downloaded all of them. Normally I don't read children's books but this was a part of the bunch so I thought why not? There's a good lesson taught in which kindness and manners are important. Children should learn the effect their words have. Telling someone that their appearance is weird or u ...more

  • Susie Chamberlain

    Subtle Way To Drive A Point Home

    The book is like a spoonful of sugar - it makes the medicine to down easier for children as well as adults! The illustrations are great which lends to grasping the truth in picture form. I also think children can identify with being of having been on both sides of the coin. It is definitely worth a share for your own kiddos as well as others. Makes me think it is always good to have stories like this on my Kindle so I can share. Great for helping a frustrated Mom
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  • Sherilee

    Good Lessons

    What a good lesson book for kids. With beautiful eye drawing pictures. I will definitely be sharing this book and phrase with my kids.

  • Juliana

    This is a great book for teaching children the importance of language and behavior. Manners and politeness go a long way and hurtful words can make a big impact. Definitely a book you should read with your child as they begin school and socialize more with other children.

  • Mimi

    Teaching moment lost

    I was disappointed with this book. It showed mostly examples of fairly mean, bullying behavior by the main character. There was ample opportunity to provide understanding for the main character of how bullying feels once they are on the receiving end. Unfortunately, there were none. Bullies rarely have epiphanies and just apologize, especially at this age. The opportunity to teach an important lesson that has been plaguing our society for generations was lost.

  • 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
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  • Lisa Blair

    Formatting Issues

    This book was incompatible with my Kindle. When I tried to read it on my phone’s kindle app, it was too small to read and would not allow me to enlarge it. When I turned my phone sideways, it enlarged the print, but cutoff a third of the page. I really tried to overcome the obstacles and managed to piece together the storyline. Great concept, but issues in the delivery, thus the one star rating.

    Illustrations mainly featured negative facial expressions. Good desire to teach kind
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  • Jana

    What If everybody did?

    I loved the book WHAT IF EVERYBODY DID? I began my school year with that book last year. During the year I would occasionally hear a student say. "What if everybody did?" I would smile knowing the message of the book caught on. Now this one presents our words to others in that way. Both books have enough humor to get in the message and do it with a smile.