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  • Lauren Ott

    Roots of Empathy: Changing the World Child by Child: Mary Gordon, Daniel J. Siegel MD: 9781615190072: Books

  • Usha Venkatachallam

    Mary Gordon explains the value of and how best to nurture empathy and social and emotional literacy in all children—and thereby reduce aggression, antisocial behavior, and bullying. [Amazon Affiliate Link]

  • Ronda Best

    This is the Roots of Empathy book by ROE founder, Mary Gordon.

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