Top 10 Bravery Books

    Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
    7.0
    #1 in Series
    01
    Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
    Written by Elena Favilli & illustrated by Francesca Cavallo
    After the Fall: How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again
    6.2
    02
    After the Fall: How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again
    Written and illustrated by Dan Santat
    The Wonderful Things You Will Be
    6.1
    03
    The Wonderful Things You Will Be
    Written and illustrated by Emily Winfield Martin
    I Am So Brave!
    6.0
    Series
    04
    I Am So Brave!
    Written by Stephen Krensky & illustrated by Sara Gillingham
    Let's Go, Hugo!
    6.0
    05
    Let's Go, Hugo!
    Written and illustrated by Angela Dominguez
    Jabari Jumps
    5.8
    Series
    06
    Jabari Jumps
    Written and illustrated by Gaia Cornwall
    The Paper Bag Princess
    5.8
    07
    The Paper Bag Princess
    Written by Robert Munsch & illustrated by Michael Martchenko
    A Tail of Camelot
    5.8
    #1 in Series
    08
    A Tail of Camelot
    Written by Julie Leung & illustrated by Lindsey Carr
    The Story of Ruby Bridges
    5.8
    09
    The Story of Ruby Bridges
    Written by Robert Coles & illustrated by George Ford
    Lionheart
    5.8
    10
    Lionheart
    Written and illustrated by Richard Collingridge

I think as parents, we can all agree that we'd love our children to be brave and courageous. We want them to be fearless, or at least to push forward and go after what's right or what they're working for in spite of any fear they might have. Being brave means being vulnerable, bold, and daring, in both little and big circumstance. "It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends." J.K. Rowling Dig into these books to find wonderful examples of bravery and to learn what it really means to be brave!

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