NO TILDES ON TUESDAY
Isabella never wanted to learn to speak Spanish. But when her parents announce that they are moving the family to a predominantly Mexican-American neighborhood, Isabella becomes desperately afraid that she won't be able to fit in and grudgingly agrees to start Spanish lessons with her Abuela.
A BULLY BLUEPRINT - Solutions For Kids
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DIVERSITY DAY BOOK JOURNAL
This DIVERSITY DAYBOOK was designed so that students can journal about their individuality and special qualities that makes them unique and worthy as citizens in our diverse society. Diversity awareness is important in our society because it helps children unlearn stereotypes.
AFFIRMATION DAY BOOK JOURNAL
This Affirmation Daybook was designed as a tool to inspire affirmation and empowerment within children. Author Cherrye S. Vasquez maintains that affirmations and the use of self-fulfilling prophecy techniques can change the focus of what children do, what they want to do, or what they hope to do.
THE CHRISTMAS SWAP
Was Mrs. Claus hearing things? Did Santa Claus really want to swap jobs with her this year? The elves were not alone in their disbelief. The elves, Ms. Mati, Ms. Carli and even Santa’s dog, Louis, seemed puzzled, too. Follow the pages of this cute little Christmas tale, and you too will wonder -- What in North Pole was Santa thinking?
THE BULLY BAND - PARENTS IN RHYTHM
A fully illustrated Step-By-Step guide to teach parents how to handle the prospect and incidence of bullying
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TEACHER, TEACHER, CAN'T YOU SEE?
Everyone gets excited about the first few days of school--meeting the teacher and making friends especially. The teacher is busy doing all the wonderful things teachers do--preparing reading and math lessons and more--but doesn't notice a problem in her classroom.
CLIQUE, CLIQUE, STOP
The first day of school finally arrived, and boy was Isabella in for a shock! To her surprise all of the kids at her new school were not Mexican-American as she previously expected. In fact, there were kids from all racial groups, but there was one problem: there were too many cliques, making it hard for Isabella to fit in.
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