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Unique Monique: Maria Rousaki, Polina Papanikolaou: 9781933605685: Amazon.com: Books

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Children learn to use a social filter to avoid speaking hurtfully or disrespectfully. I boystownpress.org

I Can't Believe You Said That!: My Story about Using My Social Filter.) by Julia Cook. Pairs well with social thinking curriculum.

Amazon.com: Lady of Ashes eBook: Christine Trent: Kindle Store

In 1861 London, Violet Morgan is struggling to establish a good reputation for the undertaking business that her husband has largely aban.

Falling for Rapunzel

Falling for Rapunzel by Leah Wilcox Fun read!

Books for Emotional Intelligence

Books for Emotional Intelligence

The kids will have fun agonizing over whether Gerald will decide to share his ice cream with Piggie before it melts. Every book in this series is a fun-to-read-aloud gem.

Great book to use to teach about tattling! I even created a "Problem Porker" in my classroom.  He's a stuffed pig that sits atop our classroom mailbox.  Each week, students write down problems they have and "mail" them to the class.  We then discuss how to solve them.

Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal: A Tale of Tattletales by Jeanie Franz Ransom illustrated by Jackie Urbanovic The original person who posted said----"Great book to teach the difference between tattling and informing"

I stink. You Stink. Everybody stinks without the help of our friend Jean! (Say “Hi, Jean!) Help the young people in your life learn that good hygiene does more than just make them smell good…good hygiene will improve their health and friendships! And that doesn’t stink!

You Stink! This book by Julia Cook will help you teach kids the need for personal hygiene in a fun playful way.

Courage Character Trait Lesson Life on the Fly.... A School Counselor Blog: Dare to Make Mistakes!

Barney Saltzberg A life lesson that all parents want their children to learn: It’s OK to make a mistake. In fact, hooray for mistakes! A mistake is an adventure in creativity, a portal.