Nat’l Soup it Forward Day Book Ideas

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Books to help celebrate National Soup It Forward Day March 3rd

Soup Sisters
founded National Soup it Forward Day to encourage everyone to make a
difference in each other’s lives through the warm, healing kindness of
sharing a bowl of soup.

From Wikipedia; Stone Soup is an old folk story
in which hungry strangers convince the people of a town to each share a
small amount of their food in order to make a meal that everyone
enjoys. In varying traditions, the stone has been replaced with other
common inedible objects, and therefore the fable is also known as axe soup, button soup, nail soup, and wood soup.

This version is a hen making a soup to safe herself!!!

 A 1977 picture book written and illustrated by Arnold Lobel. Simple read for the youngers. The mouse is the made aspect of the soup unless he figures out a way to save himself.

From pure survivor mode to not become someone’s dinner to this weirdo.  A Halloween version of Stone soup.

 A recipe book for kids to use their imagination and have fun.

Grandpa’s depressed. Grandma’s died and he isn’t handling it very well. He decides to create a soup that his wife used to make. In doing so he finds friends.

This talks about death repeatedly may not be something you feel comfy with. But it exists for anyone interested or dealing with the topic of death.

Mom had a baby and the kids with their father are making a special soup for when they come home. A bonding story and working through new changes.

Is adorable.

Children’s novel about two boys. One boy is the title character who goes by “Soup”. He doesn’t like his actual name so they call him Soup.

There’s 13 of these books. There is even a younger age version of these called Little Soup.


Then Chicken Soup for the Soul books with their bajillion different versions and variety that they now have.

Usually sappy or emotional stories involved.

What is your favorite soup? Homemade or store bought?

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