The Golden Rule Book

Updated: Feb 12, 2020

Inspire children to do unto others as you would have them do unto you and to treat others as you wish to be treated with these moral stories for kids. Here's a list of some great children's stories that include The Golden Rule books and other moral stories for kids.

In this beautifully illustrated book, grandpa explains that The Golden Rule by Ilene Cooper is a simple statement on how to live. It can be practiced by people of all ages and religions. The book considers how to apply the ethic to our lives thereby living our best life.

Age Range: 1 – 8 years

Hardcover: 32 pages

In this exciting and funny adventure, Judge Birdie and her grandson, Milo, head out on a summer camping adventure. When things do not go as planned, Milo and Judge Birdie discover the true meaning behind The Golden Rule.

Perfect for readers grades 2 and up who love a fast-paced illustrated story filled with humor, action, and life lessons. Judge Birdie and The Meltdown is the second book in the Judge Birdie series, but it can also be read as a standalone. Set within an exciting outdoor adventure, Judge Birdie and The Meltdown takes a close look at The Golden Rule and the importance of choosing kindness.

Age Range: Grades 2 and up

Paperback: 192 pages

In this fun, illustrated adventure, Sister Bear is faced with the dilemma of if she should ignore the new girl at school just because her friends are ignoring her. This book shows us how choosing kindness is not always the easy choice, but is the right one.

Age Range: 4-8 years

Paperback: 32 pages

What Does It Mean To Be Kind does exactly what the title of the book asks, it examines what it means to be kind. This book provides real life examples of how all of us can be a kind person and make life better for somebody else. When we all start to be kind, something magical starts to happen. Our entire community transforms into one of kindness and respect. Age Range: 4-8, Hardcover 36 pages

Be Kind takes a close look at what it means to a kind when life presents different situations where you may not always feel like being kind. Should we play with the new kid at school? Should we stand up for the one being bullied? This book explores not only what it means to be kind, but also how all of our actions make a difference.

Age Range: 3-6 years

Hardcover: 32 pages

The Golden Rule examines The Golden Rule moral: What would happen if everyone treated others as they wish to be treated? What would our world look like if everyone followed The Golden Rule? This beautifully illustrated moral story for kids teaches and inspires children to treat others the way you would like to be treated.

Paperback: 30 pages

In this delightful and charming illustrated moral story for kids, you will learn about manners and The Golden Rule.

Some of the morals addressed in this book include being honest, cooperative, sharing, and saying thank you. Do Unto Otters is a playful and fun way to look into moral of The Golden Rule: do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

Age Range: 4-8

Paperback: 40 pages

The Tuttle Twins and The Golden Rule by Connor Boyack takes a close look at The Golden Rule and how we should treat others even when we do not agree with them. Kindness and the moral behind The Golden Rule should always be the choice we make regardless of our feelings for others. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you even when we are angry and in the middle of an argument. Inspire children to treat others as you wish to be treated with this fun moral story for kids.

Paperback: 60 pages

One Golden Rule asks us to consider a simple, child-like phrase: if it feels bad in your heart, then it is time to part. All of the artwork within this moral story for kids was drawn by children. Because children relate to children, they will be inspired to carry out The One Golden Rule moral into their own lives.

Number of Pages: 24

The Case of the Disappearing Amur Leopard is the first in the Judge Birdie book series. In this exciting adventure book for kids, you will be taken through a goofy trial where you will learn the importance of equality and kindness. In this moral story for kids, readers are asked to consider what is more important: saving a species from extinction or economic gains. When faced with this question, what would you choose?

Age Range: Grades 2 and up

Paperback: 132 pages

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon

©2018 Planet Protector

  • Pinterest Social Icon