Chicken Soup for the Kid's Soul: 101 Stories of Courage, Hope and Laughter for Kids Ages 8-12

 
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Chicken Soup for the Kid's Soul: 101 Stories of Courage, Hope and Laughter for Kids Ages 8-12
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8+
Release Date
July 30, 1998
ISBN
1558746099
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Kids wanted a "Chicken Soup" book of their own, so here it is! "Chicken Soup for the Kid's Soul" is for kids ages nine through thirteen, and it's "all that!"

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really great
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Reader reviewed by chick box

if you want a book that teaches you about life it self you deffinetly should read this. each chicken soup book is desighned for a group of people. in this case it is for kids.Kids around the u.s share their stories about different topics.
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Wonderful!
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Reader reviewed by Dominique

A truely marvelous collection of stories that will help kids of all ages to cope with moving, tough times, and other situations! Other stories included in this book are enjoyable, heart-warming, and some, funny. It will help those who need some guidance or advice sometimes--you're not alone in your problems!--like a good bowl of chicken soup!
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soup for the heart
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Reader reviewed by sara

This is the best book you could read to kids.It is full of inspireing stories.That help build love,confidance,and hope.If you can make it thru this book with out crying,laughing,smiling,or even frowning,you must have a heart of stone.
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It was awesome
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Reader reviewed by lookwhaticando

This book was good because it had a mixture of stories that make you think,laugh,cry, and that just make you plan happy. I read it as a kid and loved it. For years now I've been reading many Chicken Soup books.
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Old time favorite
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Reader reviewed by Erin

I love this book! I thought it was much better then Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul. Really it was better then all of the Chicken Soup books I ever picked up and read. This is suprising considering it's for the "kids" sould. Honestly it's for anyone. The stories are inspiring, sad, heartbreaking, funny, etc and to top it off they're true! It's a great book and one of the first books that opened my eyes up to the YA book world!
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Serve up some soup
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Reader reviewed by Amanda

Chicken Soup for the Kids Soul is an inspirational book for kids. There are stories by many great kids like you. Also, celebrities have written about tough situations. Some celebrities are Danielle Fishel, Kenan and Kel, Shaq, Roald Dahl, and others.


Chicken Soup deals with issues like death, happiness, friends, family, and even violence. Some stories are Kenan Thompson gets detention, Kels in a gang, an aunt getting Alzheimers, and more. Youll learn, laugh, and cry.


Chicken Soup for the Kids Soul will help you through the good times and the bad times too. I recommend it for kids 8 and up. I rate it 3 stars for good stones, but sometimes getting preachy. If you enjoy Chicken Soup for the Kid's Soul, check out other Chicken Soup books, any books by Free Spirit Publishing, and any Meg Cabot novels (not including Jenny Carroll). These books are inspirational and feel-good.
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