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mandarchy
Nigel and the Moon | Antwan Eady
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Nice story about a child who has anxiety about sharing their dream careers. They have 3 ideas. And additional shame about their parents' jobs. But all I can think about is that there are schools that don't have their own library. I'm sure it's normal, but it just makes my heart ache. Every child should have access to a library and a teacher-librarian. Just my opinion.

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loganhiller
The Smart Cookie | Jory John

The smart cookie by Jory John is about a cookie that lives in a bakery and has a great life in a great community but does not always feel fulfilled. He meets a younger cookie that he mentors and motivates to be confident at school.

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jdowney
Be You! | Peter H. Reynolds

Be with those who make you feel like the real you.

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jdowney
Be You! | Peter H. Reynolds

It is important to empower children and show them they can be themselves. It is also important to teach them HOW to do that.

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jdowney
Be You! | Peter H. Reynolds
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This is a sweet and inspirational book about how to be yourself. It talks about different ways to “be”, and what that might look like. Illustrations depict the text in bright engaging ways. Peter H. Reynolds captivates readers with his art.

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elijahwilliams
I Am Every Good Thing | Derrick Barnes
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Award: Boston Glove Horn
Author: Derrick Barnes & Illustrator: Gordon C. James
Published: 2020
Genre: Fiction/ Children's Literature

This book is about a young black child who is explaining how he is proud of everything about him that makes him who he is. He learns that it's okay to make mistakes and that he is worthy of success, respect, kindness, safety, kindness, happiness, and love.

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BookwormAHN
Bonaparte Falls Apart | Margery Cuyler, Will Terry
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DieAReader 🎉🎉🎉 3mo
Catsandbooks 🙌🏼☠️🧡 3mo
TheSpineView Excellent 3mo
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kallikramer
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This book is written as a poem following a boy and his haircut. This book won Caldecott Honor, Coretta Scott King author and illustrator awards, and Newbery Honor. I would read this story to my classroom, because it could be relatable to the students in my classroom and tells a great story about this young child's life.

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SusanLee
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Eggs 😥😥 4mo
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