Subtitle How To Train Your Brain and Be an Empathy Superhero

Price £9.99
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I Hear You! How To Train Your Brain and Be an Empathy Superhero, written in partnership with EmpathyLab, is the essential empathy handbook for young readers.

The emotional well-being of children is just as important as their physical health but it’s not something that all children are taught about or are offered support for.

Understanding empathy and growing emotional intelligence allows children and young people to develop the resilience to cope with whatever life throws at them and grow into well-rounded, healthy adults.

This essential handbook, created in collaboration with EmpathyLab, the UK's leading empathy research organisation, includes:

  • Accessible tools for building empathy skills
  • Packed with case studies that children can relate to and learn from for real life scenarios
  • Empathy exercises created
  • Written by well-known authors affiliated with EmpathyLab.

Empathy is our human SUPERPOWERI Hear You! How To Train Your Brain and Be an Empathy Superhero, gives children the tools, confidence and the knowledge to harness this very special power.

Format Juvenile - Paperback 128 Pages
ISBN 9780711284920
Size6.30 in x 8.27 in / 160.00 mm x 210.00 mm
Published Date May 16th, 2023
EmpathyLab is the first organisation to build children's empathy, literacy and social activism through a systematic use of high-quality literature. Their strategy builds on new scientific evidence showing the power of reading to build real-life empathy skills. They believe that empathy is a beacon of hope in a divided world.

When EmpathyLab was founded in 2014, it set out to understand whether society was making the most of this link, and to explore the implications of the research. Work started with a large cross-disciplinary Think-In at the South Bank Centre, and quickly uncovered that educationalists, academics and authors were as keen as EmpathyLab's founders to see if stories could be used more deliberately to develop young people's experience of empathy and their ability to put it into action.
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