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Empower your students to cultivate perseverance, foster friendships, and effectively manage their emotions through these carefully curated resources that affirm student identity while fostering community and empathy.

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Character Ed: Respect Books

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Character Ed: Respect Books

Build character and foster an understanding of respect with this great assortment of books for Grades PreK-5.

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Books for Relationship Building

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Books for Relationship Building

Begin the next school year focused on building relationships, starting with this great list of picture books that focus on showing love and respect. Themes include friendship, fitting in, connection, and more.

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#ClassroomBookADay Supports Social and Emotional Learning

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#ClassroomBookADay Supports Social and Emotional Learning

Picture books are a valuable tool in fostering SEL, offering a lens through which to view ourselves and helping young people figure out how to be human. Find picture book recommendations through #ClassroomBookADay to help support SEL growth in your classroom.

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Finding Empathy and Flexibility in Comics

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Finding Empathy and Flexibility in Comics
From NCTE

Author Dr. Jason D. DeHart explores the ways in which comics can teach students empathy and improve critical literacy skills – information that’s explored at length in his new book.

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An Interview with Author Jessie Sima

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An Interview with Author Jessie Sima

Perfectly Pegasus by Jessie Sima follows Nimbus, a one-of-a-kind pegasus who feels lonely in her uniqueness. She finds a fallen star to make a wish on and wishes for friends who are just like her. Along the way, she meets a unicorn named Kelp, and a host of other creatures who might just open her eyes to something other than what's up in the sky.

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Teaching the Importance of Expressing Your Feelings

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Teaching the Importance of Expressing Your Feelings
With Author Jessika Von Innerebner

Watch Jessika Von Innerebner, author of Kevin the Unicorn: It’s Not All Rainbows, as she answers readers’ questions about her book, which touches on topics like the pressure to be perfect and the importance of managing your feelings.

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