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July 25, 2014  
 
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GETTING ALONG


GETTING ALONG: hardbacks. The thought-provoking stories in these colorful, engaging picture books address everyday situations that children can relate to, and include characters who learn how to resolve conflicts, respect others, and get along. Grades K–5.

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SOCIAL SKILLS: hardbacks. This selection of illustrated books introduce and focus on specific social skills. Each book can be used one-on-one, in a small-group setting, or for classroom guidance activities. Grades K–3.

CHARACTER & BEHAVIOR top

CHARACTER AND BEHAVIOR: paperbacks. This set of illustrated books focuses on building character and promoting behaviors important for young children. Grades K–4.

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TROUBLED STUDENTS: paperbacks. Ten illustrated storybooks focus on issues and traumas that primary grade children often face. Each volume focuses on a single topic and is ideal for use in one-on-one counseling sessions or small groups of at-risk children. Grades K–5.

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BULLYING. With colorful illustrations, these picture books address bullying at school and teaches young children how to handle it. For example, in Lucy and the Bully, Tommy starts picking on Lucy and destroys her artwork, but she finds a way to stop the bullying and continues drawing and making things at school. Grades K–5.

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GRIEF & LOSS. With wisdom and grace, these amazing picture books gently tell about the cycle of life and death and show young children (and adults) how to deal with feelings commonly experienced after losing a close friend or relative. Grades K–5.

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EMOTIONS. Great as read-alouds and discussion starters, these books use simple language and humorous illustrations to help young children understand and deal with different types of emotions—silly, angry, joyful, cranky, excited, lonely, discouraged, sad, thankful, bored, frustrated, jealous, awesome, zany, and more. Grades K–5.

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DIVORCE. “Divorce is the grown-up word for when mommies and daddies decide not to live together anymore,” says a young boy in Was it the Chocolate Pudding? These age-appropriate books help children understand divorce and illustrate ways of coping with and expressing their feelings. Grades K–5.
 
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