Brave

Brave An empowering picture book for all kids that demonstrates to children that they can be real life superheroes and that all kids have what it takes to be brave Superheroes seek adventure never give up

  • Title: Brave
  • Author: Stacy McAnulty Joanne Lew-Vriethoff
  • ISBN: 9780762457823
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An empowering picture book for all kids that demonstrates to children that they can be real life superheroes and that all kids have what it takes to be brave Superheroes seek adventure, never give up, and stay calm when others are afraid Superheroes are brave But they aren t the only ones.Kids are brave every day When they are told they are too little, but accomplish sAn empowering picture book for all kids that demonstrates to children that they can be real life superheroes and that all kids have what it takes to be brave Superheroes seek adventure, never give up, and stay calm when others are afraid Superheroes are brave But they aren t the only ones.Kids are brave every day When they are told they are too little, but accomplish something big When they check for monsters under the bed, just in case When they face something uncertain, whether a thunderstorm or a hospital visit When they stand up for what s right, even when it means facing consequences Like superheroes, brave kids can save the world, just by being brave.Thoughtful text from Stacy McAnulty paired with vibrant illustrations from Joanne Lew Vriethoff encourage kids to be brave in all the ways they can trying new things, speaking their mind, confronting bullies, and This book will inspire kids to follow their hearts and to have courage, no matter the situation.

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    1. Beautiful and colorful story showing all the different ways of being brave. I adore the fact that the term isn't defined just by typically heroic acts of muscle and daring, but also never giving up, standing back up, fighting for justice and fighting illness. Very simple text with detailed illustrations depicting a diverse cast of unnamed child characters.Thanks to Running Press for the review copy of this title - all opinions are my own. Highly recommended for purchase for school libraries and [...]

    2. This beautiful and poignant picture book about being brave checks many boxes of themes all done with utmost simplicity making it so profound. The heartwarming illustrations show us exactly what being brave is on kid level that are actually brave for all ages. We adults can learn so much from children and this book shows us how. Every family should own this book.Exceptional! Written by Stacy McAnulty, illustrated by Joanne Lew-Vriethoff and published by RP Kids.#bravery #mustread #exceptional

    3. An empowering book on how all kids can be brave in so many ways. A wonderful reminder for people of all ages.

    4. Simple sentences are paired with rich illustrations, show children different examples of bravery from everyday life. The illustrations are not explained with text, but are self explanatory, allowing children to tell their own stories about them and relate to the people in each picture. I really like how there are different children represented, children of different colors, different ages, abilities, sexes and in a variety of situations (checking under the bed for monsters, admitting to a wrong, [...]

    5. A wonderful picture book featuring children of various ethnic backgrounds and physical abilities, Brave shows that every child can be brave. They might check under a sibling's bed for monsters or help a neighbor's cat down from a tree. They might lead a hike or push themselves to finish a race. They might even stand up for someone who is being mistreated. Whatever way they show their courage, "Brave kids can save the world. Just by beingave." Whether paired with the book Beautiful by the same cr [...]

    6. I don’t normally write reviews for children’s books but I was blown away by this thoughtful and beautifully illustrated book. I have a child with Asd and as we were discussing each page it allowed us to have conversations about social situations that we weren’t previously able to explore. Simple text that was direct and allowed us to explore metaphorically language (which is a challenge) but much needed in this context. I want to thank the author for writing this book and creating a place [...]

    7. The message is great, and I love all of the different examples of bravery both in the words and in the illustrations. I do have a problem with some of the sentence structure though. I don't think a single sentence starting with "and" is actually a proper sentence. Yes, sentences can start with "and," but they still need to be complete sentences. A delightful, diverse book (well done, illustrator) that could have used a better editor.

    8. All kids can be brave; this book helps them see all the ways in which they can live that. Another great book to share from the pair that brought us Beautiful. Would be a good pairing with Be Kind.

    9. Love this author! Excellent Ed is a favorite must have for mindset, and Beautiful is gorgeous picture book with a message about empowering girls. Brave is a companion book to Beautiful following the same text structure of repetitive text and pictures that demonstrate what being brave looks like. Another powerful picture book that can empower all readers. ❤️❤️❤️❤️

    10. Picked this up for the cover, and am glad I did. The sweet, gentle message that bravery isn't limited to charging full throttle into battle, or overcoming all fears. Instead, this delightful picture book reminds us all the courage and bravery take many forms and are found in many different kinds of people.

    11. Some excellent diversity in here (of race and ability), lively art by Lew-Vriethoff, and excellent examples of different types of bravery. Some of the examples may need to be discussed with an adult since it may not be clear to a child with limited experiences what's going on or why there's courage exhibited in the scene. Still a worthwhile read.

    12. I love this book. The words and pictures really work together to create something wonderful. This would be a great bedtime read. It seems quite simple at first with just a few words or a short sentence on each page but when combined with the illustrations you will find a lot to talk about.

    13. We're huge fans of the author, Stacy McAnulty, and this book is a lot like her book "Beautiful" -except that it shows a variety of situations where kids can be "brave." It's so touching and true. The art shows a diverse set of characters.Kids loved it.

    14. Had to buy this book for my friends four year old! So adorable, engaging, and with a wonderful message about the many ways kids can be brave. Also love the lively illustrations!

    15. This book is so needed right now! It beautifully details how children can be brave in their day-to-day lives and shows that the world really can be full of superheroes, no matter how small.

    16. A story that came at the right time - looking at what it means to be brave is sometimes the quiet and little things we do.

    17. A sweet reminder that every kid (and adult) faces challenges but every kid (and adult) can be brave in their own way.

    18. Incredible book that demonstrates diverse children in different states of bravery. The child in the hospital scene is especially touching.

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