Rose, A Judge in Kindsville – picture book


Join Rose, as she learns about the judge inside her own mind and transforms her relationship with her twin sister Rylee, by deciding to judge her kindly!


Sweet Rose is a loving and friendly girl. Her twin sister Rylee on the other hand, is very rude and rough and Rose has trouble getting along with her. One night before Rose falls asleep, she prays for things to be different. Rose dreams that she's in a courtroom and she sees Rylee being judged very harshly with no one to defend her. Rose feels so sorry for Rylee, but when she takes a closer look - she realizes that she, little Rose, is the judge! Rose meets a wise old woman in the courtroom, who teaches her all about the importance of judging others kindly. When Rose wakes up she sees that Rylee isn't in her bed. She finds Rylee crying in the bathroom, and finds out that she had the same dream as her. Rose, apologizes to Rylee and they become best of friends! And some more!

Additional information

Weight 0.349 kg
Dimensions 17.78 × 25.4 cm

My children love this book! It teaches children about being kind to others, even when it’s not always natural or easy. Great for teaching kids to avoid sibling rivalry. It simplifies it so clearly, my kids ages 2-8 all enjoy it!

Eli B

My kids love the book! They choose it all the time for their bedtime reading and they even know it by heart!

Mindy G

The effort and care that went into creating this masterpiece is clearly evident. This book is an absolutely superb job in every detail, with a clear moral to the story, very cute and pleasing illustration, and holds readers’ interest. Looking forward to any more works by this author!

Thav family

This book was so heartwarming. It made me tear up as I was reading it to my kids because it had such a beautiful and profound message weaved within the entertaining pages of the book. I highly recommend it. Honestly, I got it for my kids and yet I find myself referencing the wisdom in the message of this book everyday and in a children’s book I think that’s super rare.


I absolutely love the message in this book of helping kids learn to show compassion instead of judging! I’ve been teaching for ten years and this is definitely a new class favorite in 4th grade! Thank you so much for writing such a beautiful book with an amazing message!

Theresa Ecklar

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