Books That Inspire Bravery: A Few of Our Favorites
Sure, there can be too many toys, but in our opinion, there's no such thing as too many books! No matter age, gender, interest, or occasion, there's a book for that. Among many other benefits, reading introduces kids to new interests, increases vocabulary, develops imagination and empathy, and provides opportunities for conversations about new or difficult issues. Reading is also super fun (alone or with an adult!). Apart from Bravery, here are some of our all-time favorite reads. Kid-approved, too!
1. Questioneers series by Andrea Beaty | 2. Empowerment series by Stephen Krensky | 3. Little People, Big Dreams series by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara | 4. Amazing Scientists Series by Julia Finley Mosca | 5. When Emma Met Charley by Amy Webb | 6. Saturday by Oge Mora | 7. The Dress and the Girl by Camille Andros | 8. Jabari Jumps by Gaia Cornwall | 9. The Day You Begin by Jacqueline Woodson | 10. The Shape Trilogy by Mac Barnett | 11. The Proudest Blue by Ibtihaj Muhammad | 12. This is How We Do It by Matt Lamothe | 13. Little Leaders + Little Legends by Vashti Harrison