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Queen Bee: Chynna Clugston-Major: Haley is smart, funny, nice, and determined to be super-popular in her new middle-school. . . if she can control that problematic little secret power of hers. Enter another new seventh grader, Alexa. She's smart-alecky, definitely not nice, and she's got the power, too. Just like Haley, Alexa is psychokinetic. She can move things with her mind and does, never missing a chance to embarrass someone in the classroom, cafeteria, or gym--especially Haley.When the…

Our kids need inclusive children's books — here are 12

Through a little girl's quest to paint a picture of herself, Lena and her mother take a walk through their neighborhood to understand that skin color comes in all sorts of shades. As Lena and her mother compare each person's skin color to food such as honey, cinnamon and more, diversity is put in a perspective even small children can grasp. The Colors of Us by Karen Katz

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Siggy’s Parade:Helping Kids with Disabilities Find Their Strengths Siggy’s Parade: Helping Kids with Disabilities Find Their Strengths … Continue reading →

The Word Collector by Sonja Wimmer

Freda stops a bully - by Stuart J. Murphy. Max makes fun of Freda's shoes, but Freda soon learns how to cope with his bullying.

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Awareness is Your Shield: Marie Faulds Resmer: 9780968911303: Books

Bus Ride Bully (My First Graphic Novel): Cari Meister, Gavin hates riding the bus. Max, the bus bully, is always picking on him. But when Max is gone for a few days, Gavin starts to worry. Does Gavin actually miss the bus bully?

Anti Bullying Cartoon - Melanie's Friends (Ep. 4)