Teaching children the importance of kindness!

Henry & Henrietta Heartbeat – The children’s book series teaching children the importance of kindness!

Henry & Henrietta Heartbeat are two fun loving, happy go lucky characters in the form of giant red hearts! They are bright, fun and most importantly they are always kind. Their motto ‘it’s cool to be kind’ helps transmit the growing importance of acting with kindness always… towards each other, ourselves and to the world.

Through their stories we learn how to act in a number of common scenarios children find themselves in, at home, in the classroom, on the sports field, at the playground and so on, each story depicts a situation of conflict, confusion or uncertainty and demonstrates how to act in the kindest possible way. Henry & Henrietta are the messengers! Pro-kindness, anti-bullying mascots, they are clear references for children as educators of inclusion, acceptance, tolerance, friendship and kindness in all its forms.

Children’s most fundamental behaviour patterns are formed between the ages of 2- 6, key years for PSED (personal, social, emotional, development). In order to tackle the worrying problems of mental health and wellbeing in older children and teens, we need to address issues at the root. Teaching kindness and making it a way of life at these critical formative ages, is paramount and the first step to positive change.

Meet Henry Heartbeat and Meet Henrietta Heartbeat are available now from Amazon, other book retailers and on the website www.henryandhenriettaheartbeat.com at £8.99.

If purchasing directly from the website, Kensington mums members can enjoy a 20% discount by entering KENMUMSXMAS20 in the discount box.

The next book in the series Meet the Heartbeats – is due for release early in 2020. The rest will follow!

About Natalie Savvides

I am a mother of two young children who lives in south west London. I am of mixed British, Italian, and Greek heritage, and grew up in North London. I was awarded a kindness and generosity award in my early years at school, and have maintained a passion for spreading kindness ever since.  After graduating in modern languages, I worked in different fields in both the UK and abroad, including a number of years