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Books That Make You Learn About Hidden Heroes with Mark K. Shriver


We’re talking about Books That Make You Learn About Hidden Heroes While Also Teaching Children to Read

At a time when division plagues our country, New York Times bestselling author Mark K. Shriver offers parents and teachers a handbook for gratitude, unity and healing through his first children’s book, 10 HIDDEN HEROES: A Counting Book with a Message. In its pages, kids will simultaneously learn to count while absorbing larger, deeper messages of the importance of helping others, of being kind to animals and respecting the environment.

While Mark comes from a prominent family whose philosophy of service is well-known and well-taught, he also touches on what the ordinary person can do to make a difference. And the ups and downs of his own journey as a writer.

Mark Kennedy Shriver is the president of Save the Children Action Network in Washington, D.C. He created the Choice Program, and is a former Maryland state legislator. He is also the author of Pilgrimage: My Search for the Real Pope Francis and the New York Times bestselling memoir, A Good Man: Rediscovering My Father, Sargent Shriver, which received a 2013 Christopher Award.

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