Finn is not very kind to his classmates, and he cares mostly about himself. He doesn’t help Ahmed or Lily. He shoves Molly and Freddy on the playground. In soccer, he doesn’t play fair. The children are mad at Finn. Then, when no one wants to play with him at recess, he feels sad and lonely. How will Finn find a way to make it all better? Ultimately, Finn’s teacher helps him see that he can change his mean behavior and that kindness leads to friendship and fun.Following the story, a series of pictures invites children to tell a story in their own words about showing kindness. A section for adults suggests ideas for talking with kids about the importance of being kind and gently presents positive coping skills for children when it comes to dealing with their emotions. Ideal for home and K–3 classroom settings.