Susan B. Katz might want you to Share Your Love, but I wish they had not done it in rhyming text. However, since I am not the technical audience for the book (which I would say would be a four- to eight-year-old), that is okay. It will work for that younger crowd. This makes things fun, light, and bouncy.
This is a “kindness meditation” (as the publisher description says) but since I am not a fan of the word mediation (has too many connotations of being “lofty” and “better than you” for me), I want to call it a Kindness Poem That is not a Poem but is a Poem to. It is a nice message. It is a sweet message. It is a modern way of telling children how they can act to make a not so pleasant moment or time, or even person, a little better. It is how we can send a hug or send love to people who are not with us or are far away. It is also a safe way to give care to the natural world around us.
Due in mid-October 2023, Katz also has included an author afterwards. And Jennie Poh has included the illustrations. These are what I liked the most about the book. You do not need the text, as you can read them solo, but concurrently they are supporting the story. They are not overly detailed but are not lacking. The colors are soft, but not faded. And they are modern with their diverse cast of characters.