Stories that teach kids
tolerance, humility, and
We’re All Animals is a story series for young children whose attitudes about our place in the world are still forming. While entertaining us, the stories teach tolerance, humility, and compassion.
Meet Addie, Oliver, their parents, relatives, friends, neighbors, and teacher! As they go about their daily lives, they learn from and teach each other important truths about our human connections with non-human animals.
"Cultivating compassion in our children makes them more patient, kind, and understanding toward themselves and the human and non-human beings they encounter every day. We’re All Animals is an essential and timely resource that will create ripple effects beyond what we can even imagine."
Cultural commentator, podcaster, & author of several books on living compassionately
Discover kids on a mission to make the world a kinder place for animals.
First grader Alexia Dague lives and works at Happy Snout Ranch, a Wisconsin-based non-profit rescue farm for animals previously stuck in bad living conditions. Alexia’s mother Flavianne is the sanctuary owner, caring for over 150 animals on a daily basis. “It’s hard...
10-year-old Kate Gilman Williams has already written a book. She was inspired after going on an African safari and learning about how humans are the biggest threat to animals. “When I went on safari in Africa, my game driver Michelle taught me so much,” Kate said....
Eighth grader Sir Darius Brown has been working hard at Math and History, his favorite subjects in school. He also has been working hard to help as many dogs as he possibly can. Sir Darius created “Pawsome Mission,” an effort to provide colorful bow ties to dogs in...