We are all who we are meant to be. This affirming book with rhyme and repetition shows us the beauty in each of us. Children, parents, friends, and families need not be afraid of the unknown or different beacuse we are all amazing, super, and created as who we are meant to be.
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In this book, Jerome discovers the magic of words all around him and begins a journey to collect all types of words. Jerome talks with family, friends, neighbors, classmates and almost anyone he meets to collect their favorite words. Jerome finds words so interesting, he starts
This is an important book that can inform and inspire the reader about using their voice together with others. It is a celebration of our common humanity and illustrates the importance of working together for positive change.
"The world needs your voice. If you have a brilliant idea... say something! If you see an injustice... say something!" This easy to read “call to action” for youth ages 4 and above explores the many ways that a single voice can make a difference.
It takes courage to be yourself when you feel different. Jacqueline Woodson leads the reader through several scenarios of children being different than those around them. She shows how it feels to be an outsider and different.
Ruby is a creative, adventurous girl who one day finds out that she has a worry. She hides the worry, so it grows and stops her from being her adventurous self. This book guides conversations about worries as something we can be aware of and control.
This is a story about how the author “fell in love with her hair.” When she was a little girl, her mother would often comb her hair in the evening before bed. She would make herself comfortable sitting on the floor between her mom’s knees and relax as her mom oiled her scalp,
We all recognize that every child is born to be uniquely themselves, but we also recognize the call to conform and minimize differences. This book challenges children (and maybe adults too) to embrace the many ways we can all be our best selves. Every child is&n