An expert panel has chosen fantastic books on empathy suitable for children aged 4–12.
Each one does a specific empathy-building job, such as developing new perspectives or recognition of emotions. They offer powerful insights into different ways of life and what it might feel like to be a refugee, or homeless. Please use them to inspire children to turn feelings of empathy into action – in their homes, schools and communities.
This guide is brought to you by EmpathyLab, in partnership with specialist children’s book supplier Peters. You can read more about their project here.