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The one and only Sparkella —Tatum, Channing, author.

In this debut picture book from leading actor, producer and director Channing Tatum, a unique little girl has trouble fitting in at her new school, so her dad steps in to show her the importance to stay true to herself.

I believe I can —Byers, Grace, 1984- author.

I Believe I Can is an affirmation for boys and girls of every background to love and believe in themselves.

You matter —Robinson, Christian, author, illustrator.
Book + Audio
2020
Availability: 1 of 7

In this full, bright, and beautiful picture book, many different perspectives around the world are deftly and empathetically explored-from a pair of bird-watchers to the pigeons they're feeding. Young readers will be dra...

100 things I know how to do —Schwartz, Amy, author, illustrator.

"This picture book showcases one hundred things little ones can do on their own."

You are fantastic! —Moyle, Sabrina, author.

"A joyful tribute to everything that makes you fantastic!"--Back cover.

You are special —Lucado, Max.

Punchinello's opinion of himself changes after talking to his creator.

Birds of a feather —Singh, Sita, 1972- author.

Despite his friends' support, Mo is sad about being the only white peacock in a colorful jungle until the night of the big dance, when he discovers that being different can feel great.

The tree in me —Luyken, Corinna, author, illustrator.

Through text and illustrations of children reveling in nature, explores the various ways we as human beings are strong, creative, and connected to others.

What's my superpower? —Johnston, Aviaq, author.

"Nalvana feels like all of her friends have some type of superpower. She has friends with super speed (who always beat her in races), friends with super strength (who can dangle from the monkey bars for hours), and frien...

Be you! —Reynolds, Peter H. (Peter Hamilton), 1961- author, illustrator.

Discover a joyful reminder of the ways that every child is unique and special, from the beloved creator of The Dot, Happy Dreamer, and New York Times bestseller, The Word Collector. Here, Reynolds reminds readers to "be ...

Jenneli's dance —Denny, Elizabeth, 1972-

Shy Jenneli loves to dance the Red River Jig with her grandmother, but when her grandmother enters Jenneli into a jigging contest, she is both horrified and excited.

The juice box bully : empowering kids to stand up for others —Sornson, Robert

"When Pete starts at a new school, he soon finds out that being a bystander to bad behavior is not tolerated."--Unedited summary from book.

I am perfectly designed —Brown, Karamo, author.

"In this empowering ode to modern families, a boy and his father take a joyful walk through the city, discovering all the ways in which they are perfectly designed for each other."-- Publisher's description.

Her body can —Crenshaw, Katie, author.

"Her body is beautiful--strong, kind and wise. All bodies are lovely no matter their size. A book of poetic declarations of body positivity and self-love for all young girls."--Back cover.

You matter —Robinson, Christian, author, illustrator.

Illustrations and easy-to-read text remind the reader that no matter what happens or how one feels, he or she matters.

Nobody! : a story about overcoming bullying in schools —Frankel, Erin, author.

In school Kyle's persistent bullying is making Thomas feel like a nobody, and he needs help from his classmates and adults to understand and recapture his self-esteem--but Kyle needs help too. Includes activities for chi...

Geraldine and the anti-bullying shield —Regwan, Sol, author.

Geraldine is an energetic, spirited second-grader with a passion for inventing. When the class bully picks on Geraldine and her friends one too many times, Geraldine devises a plan to teach him a lesson. Sorting through ...

I'm gonna like me : letting off a little self-esteem —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958-

A young girl learns to like herself every single day, no matter what.

You can do it! : a little book about the big power of perserverance —Manning, Craig (Author), author.

When Elmo tries to write his name but keeps messing up the letters, his mom reminds him that it's okay! He might not know how to write his name yet, but with more practice, he can do it. Elmo and his Sesame Street friend...

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