13 Best Books About Being A Good Citizen Update 05/2022

Books About Being A Good Citizen

Even though they are young, they can make a big difference. Young people need to know how powerful they are and that their voice isn’t lost in the crowd. Because of this, I think it’s important for them to learn how to be accountable for their actions and words. As soon as they get more powerful, they should use it to help people. They should make the world a better place for everyone to live in. Now, they can learn how to be even better citizens and make a positive difference in the communities where they live now and for the rest of their lives. This is a good thing to teach them. I know it’s a cliché, but kids are really our future, even though it is. Help them learn how to make it great!

“Who Will I Be?” by Abby Huntsman and Joanne Lew-Vriethoff-

“Who Will I Be” by Abby Huntsman

In this story, a little girl is trying to figure out what she wants to be when she grows up. Taking a walk around the neighborhood shows her how many different types of “helpers” there are in the area.

“Maybe Something Beautiful: How Art Transformed a Neighborhood” by F. Isabel Campoy, Theresa Howell, Rafael López-

People in this story work together to turn their gray and boring neighborhood into one that is full of art and happiness. I also like that it is based on a true story and that the illustrator is the man who did the murals in the city this book is about. This is a great book for kids. Such a great idea!

“What Can a Citizen Do?” by Dave Eggers and Shawn Harris-

You can make big changes even if you’re just a little person. This book talks about what we have to do as citizens. Such a good one!

“Super Manny Cleans Up” by Kelly DiPucchio and Stephanie Graegin-

In this story, getting involved in your community and being eco-friendly and recycling are also talked about. He leads his friends in the cleanup of a local park. In this book, our favorite raccoon, Manny, is back! One of the best examples of what it looks like to be a good citizen.

“Good Morning, Neighbor” by Davide Cali and Maria Dek-

“Good Morning, Neighbor” by Davide Cali

You can find all of the ingredients you need to make a cake by going door-to-door. It shows that we can do more when we work together. All close communities and good citizenship are based on the idea that everyone should help each other out and help out their own communities.

“The Dog That Ate the World” by Sandra Dieckmann

One of the best books I’ve read recently is called “A Fable.” It’s about a happy group of animals who don’t let bad things happen to them and instead make the best of what they have. They go through some hard times, but instead of breaking apart, they work together to build a happy and safe community even in the dark. Such a beautiful book!

“Never Too Young!: 50 Unstoppable Kids Who Made a Difference” by Aileen Weintraub and Laura Horton-

There are 50 kids from all over the world who made a big difference in their communities in this book. My favorite thing about this book for kids is how it shows that even as a child, they are important citizens and members of their communities who can make a big difference.

“When You Grow Up to Vote: How Our Governent Works for You” by Eleanor Roosevelt and Michelle Markel-

When Eleanor Roosevelt wrote a book, she did it herself! This new edition has more than 70 pages of information about how our government works. It talks about voting, laws, the White House, and a lot of other things as well. An informative citizen of the United States is very important, and I’m so excited to see this book again!

“The Curious Garden” by Peter Brown-

“The Curious Garden” by Peter Brown

There is a lot of concrete all over the place in this story. A little boy lives in a drab neighborhood. It turns out, though, that he needs some love and attention to start a garden that not only covers his neighborhood with happy green plants, but it also has a positive effect on his neighbors and brings the community together. 🙂 I really like this one!

“Her Right Foot” by Dave Eggers and Shawn Harris-

This book is a great way to learn about the Statue of Liberty. It tells the story of how it came to be and what it stands for. There is a lot of attention paid to the statue’s right foot and how it moves forward. It is good people who move our country forward, and we are the ones who make the future.

“Peace and Me” by Mikael El Fathi (illustrator) Ali Winter

This book is great! This book talks about how the Nobel Peace Prize came to be, and it shows 12 people who have won it from all over the world. There are full-page illustrations and biographies that are very well written. I can’t wait to show the book to my kids. Everyone is a global citizen and a citizen of their own country, and we all need to find a way to help make the world a better place.

“Remarkably You” by Pat Zietlow MillerandPatrice Barton-

That’s the first thing this book does. It’s sweet to think about how wonderful and unique each person is. In the next part, it talks about how each child has something unique to offer and how they can use their skills to make their community a better place. It is so positive and encouraging, and it’s also a beautiful book. This is a great book to read.

The Neighborhood Surprise by Sarah Van Dongen-

This new book is a heartwarming story about how a neighborhood comes together to throw a farewell party for their beloved, elderly neighbor, Mrs. Figg, who is moving away. For example, it shows the neighbors making food that is kind, like vegan food for their vegan neighbors. It’s also very pretty.

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