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EmpathyLabUK
Celebrating the power of words and stories to build children's empathy. We were proud to establish the first ever Empathy Day on June 13th 2017
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EmpathyLabUK Jan 17
Very proud to be part of this project and can't wait for our hack in Feb
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Inspire ELS Jan 17
Just finished reading this. Fantastic story for upper Key Stage 2 or Key Stage 3 on empathy. 👏 Happy Reading 😀📚
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Peters Jan 16
Our new book collection will be available from February, in conjunction with Find out more and pre-order your pack
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Philosopher Backpack Jan 16
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EmpathyLabUK Jan 16
Replying to @Schoolbookclubs
Can you dm your email/ contact number and we'll make contact to talk more
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Usborne Publishing Jan 15
We're pleased to be supporting to build their new space and have pledged £1,000 towards this worthy cause, which will benefit 2K+ as well as literacy charities like & 📚📚
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EmpathyLabUK Jan 15
We hope that everyone will spread the word to support this exciting campaign from our wonderful partners ?
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BookTrust Jan 15
We're so excited about getting involved! ❤️
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Miranda McKearney Jan 15
Good to be out and about talking plans. Thanks for warm interest. Right now, a world with more feels like a great thing to be working on
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BookBrunch Jan 12
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Kathryn Boothroyd Jan 12
This is a great way for people to link in with project
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Philosopher Backpack Jan 11
Sneakily finished this myself today while daughter was at school - what a really lovely book with a modern and important setting but so in tune with the subtleness and complexity of friendships between girls. One for Thanks
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Fritha Lindqvist Jan 10
Thanks for including Empathy Day on 12 June Emily! Great to see it there in the calendar as a proper ‘DAY’ 😊
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Fritha Lindqvist Jan 10
Brilliant & helpful as always from and this year includes on 12 June, a focus to get us talking about the empathy-boosting power of books!
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Scott Evans Jan 9
I’d suggest following and . Saw do a brilliant session about empathy! Would definitely recommend Giant as a recent read that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed too.
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Lorraine Gregory ❄️ Jan 8
I do believe the Bookish world of twitter is one of the most supportive environments there is. SO many lovely bloggers, librarians, teachers authors and readers out there discussing the joyous wonder of books.
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Miranda McKearney Jan 8
"A lack of empathy is virtually guaranteed to cause a whole bunch of trouble". Interesting article on and . Thanks for spotting
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CLPE Jan 8
'Whatever the reason, if nursery rhymes are truly disappearing from childhood experience, we need to act' - Our patron in the latest
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Miranda McKearney Jan 5
How about this one? Originally introduced to it by in context. I love it.
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Books for Keeps Jan 2
'If a child finished the book believing that they are braver than they knew, and that the world is even more beautiful & astonishing & fragile than they had believed - that would be my dream come true.' winner Katherine Rundell
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