Empathy is My Superpower

Bryan Smith
Lisa M. Griffin
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  • Empathy is My Superpower!


A Story about Showing You Care

Amelia can’t quite get why some people behave the way they do.

Why does her brother cry when it’s dark? Why does her classmate Kayla take so long to do her math? And what’s up with that strange-smelling dish that Priya brings to lunch every day? With the help of her parents, Amelia soon learns about the importance of empathy and starts to see the power it can have! Will Amelia be able to put her new-found skill to good use and help others find strength in empathy as well? Written for readers in grades K-6, this storybook also includes tips to help parents and teachers foster empathy in every child. 32 pgs.

Published by Boys Town Press

ISBN: 978-1-944882-29-7

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Nice Illustrative Book

    Posted by Michelle Ellashek, Netgalley on Sep 21st 2018

    I read this book with my daughter. She is six, and she seemed to get the gist of the story line. We do talk about empathy in our home, but we don't always display it.

    She liked the super hero in the story, especially her cape. Some of the situations were a little silly, but she got the point of the tale easily.

    She really liked the part about the girl with dyslexia, as she has had trouble reading too.

    Overall, a nice illustrative book for a young child.

  • 4
    Great Story!

    Posted by Melissa Pierce, Netgalley on Sep 10th 2018

    Empathy is my Superpower is the perfect book to teach children how to empathize with others and see beyond themselves. I thought the art style was cute and the story itself really is easy to follow. I think children will love the idea of a superhero and how you can help people even if you don't exactly know what they are going through. This is a great story for parents and teachers to read aloud.

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