Monday, November 29, 2021

" The Kindness Machine" - a bookwrap

 

Unwrapping







The Kindness Machine


By Christina Dankert & Chad Dankert, Illustrator




Specs


* Ages:  6-7

* Grade Level:  1-2

* Paperback, Hardcover, EBook:  32 pages

* Publisher:  Purple Butterfly Press

* Pub. Date:  February 15, 2022

* Language:  English


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The Book


Mr. Wilson, a teacher in second grade, can't wait for his class to begin because he has a very important interactive lesson to share with his students.  When the kids arrive they encounter a mysterious new machine that their teacher has designed to teach them about kindness and that will convince them that kindness is their new superpower.  


This creative, innovative and fun teaching method will direct kids to be kind to one another in their classroom and beyond.  He convinces  each student that they are indeed "Kindness Machines" personified!  How cool is that?  They can go forth out of school and be ambassadors of kindness wherever they may go.  


The illustrations are colourful and enrich the positive inspiring message.  If you have to choose to be something... ALWAYS... be kind!  I highly recommend this book. 


Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS!


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Meet the Author





Christina Dankert is a second-grade teacher. She has a passion for literacy and believes that we can change the world by reading to the children in our lives. This is her debut picture book.

She lives in Sylvania, Ohio, with her husband, Chad, and their two children. She has dreamed of collaborating with her husband to merge their two professions of educator and artist into one meaningful product. The Kindness Machine allowed that dream come true. Learn more about Christina at www.christinadankert.com.


About the Illustrator





Chad Dankert is a creative director and storyteller. As a child, he grew up doodling on all of his papers in school. Similar to Mr. Wilson, he believes design, art, and creativity can help engage people and bring them together in meaningful ways, and that anyone can learn to be an artist through practice and patience. This is his debut picture book.


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