Teaching Empathy

Coretta Scott King said,

Freedom and justice cannot be parceled out in pieces to suit political
convenience. I don’t believe you can stand for freedom for one group of people and deny it to others.

How do we begin to talk to our children about empathy and kindness? Author
Kim Eldredge believes we should model kindness and love for everyone beginning when
children are infants. What better way to start than with a beloved book that fosters kindness and
love for all?

When writing The Sky Is the Limit, one of Kim’s purposes was to open the avenues for some
tough conversations with children, grandchildren and students. For example, the author chose to
make the judge in the book blind so that readers could begin to talk about how justice is
supposed to be blind. Kim believes children need to know we have a long way to go in the area
of the unjust treatment of many human beings and that we can all be a part of the solution.
The Sky Is the Limit teaches so many beautiful lessons and has the means to open a door to
innumerable powerful conversations. Purchase today and send your children back to school as
kinder, more well-rounded people. This book has also become very popular as a gift for
graduating seniors because of its inspirational messages.

Go to www.theskyisthelimitmotivationalfoundation.org to order this delightful book and download the free

conversation starters.

When you order directly from the website, you can message the author to personalize the book,
and it will mail out the next day.