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review 2019-02-04 04:14
Princess Truly in I Am Truly (Princess Truly) - Kelly Greenawalt,Amariah Rauscher

A fabulous story about a little princess with a head full of curls and a ton of confidence. This book would be so empowering for little girls who are not used to seeing princesses that look like them. I love how this book is filled with positive affirmation statements, "I can do this, I am this...ect." I love this story because it teaches kids that they can be anything that they want to be, as long as they believe in themselves.

 

Lexile: 520

 

Reading Level: Pre k- 3rd grade

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review 2019-02-04 00:16
And Tango Makes Three - Justin Richardson,Henry Cole,Peter Parnell

This is a wonderful picture book about the true story of Silo and Roy, two male penguins that raised a chick together. The chick, named Tango, is raised just like any other penguin chick and is very happy with her two dads. This would be a wonderful story for children with two parents or to illustrate how families can be different from others. 

 

Lexile: AD720

 

Reading Level: Pre K- 3rd

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review 2019-02-04 00:08
George - Alex Gino

One of my favorite children's books about LGBT+ that may help a future student. It is about a little girl that was born a boy and she wants people to see her for the person she is. This book easily explains what trans means and how it feels to be transgender. I like how honest this book is and how it illustrates how others may react to someone that is trans. The important lesson that Melissa learns is that she should be true to herself and that her friends will always support her. 

 

Lexile: 790

 

Reading level: 3-7 grade

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review 2019-02-03 23:49
The Way I Feel - Janan Cain

A cute picture book about emotions and how they can affect people. This could be helpful for children that may need help on emotions and what they are feeling. I wish that this book would include what to do with your emotions, especially the negative ones, but it can be good for identifying emtions that children may not understand. 

 

Lexile: NP

 

Reading Level: Pre K- 2nd

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review 2019-02-03 23:39
When Sophie Gets Angry -- Really, Really Angry - Molly Bang

This is a helpful story that was introduced to me by my Cooperating Teacher. It's about a little girl that gets angry at her sibling. Instead of yelling or lashing out, she goes outside and takes a walk. After she calmed down, she comes back to her family and she feels better. After reading this book to a kindergarten class, the students started following Sophie's example by walking away whenever they got upset. It really helped with hurt feelings and preventing meltdowns.

 

Lexile: BR340

Reading level: Pre k- 2nd

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