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Respect each other —Berenstain, Stan, 1923-2005.

Gramps and Gran go on a picnic with Mama and Papa Bear and the cubs. As the family searches high and low for the perfect picnic spot, they end up learning a few things about good manners and respecting others.

Team taekwondo. #2, Baeoh and the bully —Lee, Lucas, author.
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As Buddy Day at the dojo approaches, Baeoh will need the help of his friends to deal with the bullies in his life.

The dancing trees —Kelly, Masiana, 1984- author.

"Thomas loves to tell stories. Big stories. Stories about how skilled he is on the land. But when one of his friends grows tired of his tall tales, Thomas has to prove how skilled he really is. Taking the challenge to sp...

Lilly takes the lead —Bellingham, Brenda, 1931-

Lilly and her classmates learn the importance of watching one's diet and respecting and helping one another.

Payback —Langan, Paul.

After Tyray Hobbs, the school bully, is humiliated in public by Darrell Mercer, he becomes a laughing stock. When the kids he once bullied start threatening him, he decides to get a gun to gain back his respect.

I love you, Elephant! —Ballesteros, Carles, illustrator.

"|́|I love you!|́| is the refrain on each spread of this joyful story. Readers will delight in seeing new faces appear and then change when the page is turned, thanks to the magical Venetian blind element built into the ...

Respect is correct —Grossman, Linda Sky.

Jennie has trouble understanding the meaning of respect when the other children always make fun of her.

Respect = Mnaandendiwin —Solomon, Chad, 1976-

Watch Rabbit and friends learn about the Grandfather teaching of respect from their buffalo friends. Rabbit and Bear Paws butt heads trying to understand what it means to have respect for people and animals.

Lily the rebel —Rue, Nancy N.

Lilly Robbins has always been a model student, the one who always follows the rules. But suddenly Lily is questioning the rules both at home and at school.

Respect —Redding, Otis, 1941-1967, author.

Otis Redding's classic song "Respect"--as popularized by Aretha Franklin--becomes an empowering picture book exploring the concept of mutual respect through the eyes of a young girl.

Bobbie Bison and the seven teachings —Gentle, Achilles, author.

Bobbie the Bison and the sacred teaching of respect.

The Berenstain Bears show some respect —Berenstain, Jan, 1923-

Brother and Sister Bear are reminded of the importance of respecting their elders when they set out for a picnic with Mama, Papa, Gran, and Gramps.

Karate kick —Peters, Stephanie True, 1965-

While training for his green belt in karate, Cole Richards also learns some important lessons about jealousy, competition, respect, and motivation.

You are (not) small —Kang, Anna, author.

"Two fuzzy creatures can't agree on who is small and who is big, until a couple of surprise guests show up, settling it once and for all! An original and very funny story about size -- it all depends on who's standing ne...

Kode's question : a story of respect —Vermette, Katherena, 1977-

"Kode knows many things, but she doesn't know one thing: what does respect mean? Who will help her figure out the answer?"

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