Dr. Duane Armitage is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at The University of Scranton. He is the author of several books on European philosophy, and a popular lecturer who challenges students to think deeply about life's big questions. He believes that conversations about the nature of wisdom and how to live rightly are essential for people of all ages. He lives in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Maureen McQuerry is an award-winning children's author, poet, and teacher. She is a former middle and high school teacher with a specialty in gifted education and also has a Master's Degree in early education. In 2000 she was awarded the McAuliffe Teaching Fellowship for Washington State. Maureen currently supervises student teachers for Washington State University.
"A sweet approach to encouraging meaningful discussions. . . Children are encouraged to use their own feelings as a guide to 'help others feel the way we like to feel.'. . The authors have managed to distill these teachings on kindness in a simple and accessible manner for child readers. . . and the colorful, friendly, attractive illustrations underscore this idea." -Kirkus Reviews