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JUVENILE NONFICTION - Peer Pressure
 
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By Jennifer Winters
Have you ever had one of those really bad days at school? Well, you are not alone. Luckily, there is always someone there to help you feel better. No Need to Worry is a story about a little boy who has a rough day at school and learns that there is more to solving problems than it seems. He fi nds that special caring person who helps him through it all.
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By Evan Scarlett
Well they tried to drug him to keep him quiet for a while and then they had the bright idea of giving him testosterone injections under the guise that they were using him as a guinnea pig in some sort of research trial. Well you stupid friggin’ doctors you are somewhat responsible for this particular pile of words splattered onto a page of a pretend book. Didn’t you specialists know that you could have done the same thing to a monkey given them a laptop and got nearly the same result.
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By Jennifer Winters
Have you ever had one of those really bad days at school? Well, you are not alone. Luckily, there is always someone there to help you feel better. No Need to Worry is a story about a little boy who has a rough day at school and learns that there is more to solving problems than it seems. He fi nds that special caring person who helps him through it all.
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By Dr. Amber M. Valinski
This book was inspired by and created for my own little princess. At the age of fifteen months my Alexa was a very social child who loved waving and talking to everyone. Like all parents I wanted to warn her of the dangers of going off with strangers without scaring her. At the time I started reading this book to her she was probably too young to fully get the significance of the story. However, we will continue to read this book from time to time so we remember to talk to her and all kids about how to be safe if they get lost or approached by strangers. I hope that you enjoyed the book and took the time to write your own phone number in the page as the Fairy Queen’s tracker, and remember that talking to kids is always the best way to prepare them.
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By Julie Ali Asgar & Zainab Ali Asgar
When a human comes in the world, tears come out of their eyes. And the voice of their crying start their life. People don’t know how much happiness and sadness they will see in their life. Every child wants to have someone to hold their hands and show them how to walk so that the child will not have any difficulties of walking in their life. Unfortunately the homeless kids in Afghanistan don’t have anyone to hold their hands and teach them how to walk and has no one to feed them, no one to buy them clothes, and no one to love them.
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By Dr. Amber M. Valinski
This book was inspired by and created for my own little princess. At the age of fifteen months my Alexa was a very social child who loved waving and talking to everyone. Like all parents I wanted to warn her of the dangers of going off with strangers without scaring her. At the time I started reading this book to her she was probably too young to fully get the significance of the story. However, we will continue to read this book from time to time so we remember to talk to her and all kids about how to be safe if they get lost or approached by strangers. I hope that you enjoyed the book and took the time to write your own phone number in the page as the Fairy Queen’s tracker, and remember that talking to kids is always the best way to prepare them.
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By Julie Ali Asgar & Zainab Ali Asgar
When a human comes in the world, tears come out of their eyes. And the voice of their crying start their life. People don’t know how much happiness and sadness they will see in their life. Every child wants to have someone to hold their hands and show them how to walk so that the child will not have any difficulties of walking in their life. Unfortunately the homeless kids in Afghanistan don’t have anyone to hold their hands and teach them how to walk and has no one to feed them, no one to buy them clothes, and no one to love them.
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By Karl and Karla Hanel
I Didn’t Know That Was Stealing! was written to provide insight for teachers and students, whether doer or victim, into the unsuitable actions that center on stealing something of value legitimately belonging to others, i.e. intangibles rather than objects or money. Those intangibles may be undisrupted study time, cheating or copying test answers, respect for teachers and authority, the theft of a person’s peace and dignity by bullying, etc. The story’s object lesson is that self centered actions which negatively affect the quality of education or life of other students are akin to the theft of items a student would see as valuable. Most children understand that stealing is unacceptable, knowing someone or having experienced the pain, loss, and anger of having been stolen from themselves. Those feelings provide the opening for their understanding of the concept portrayed in I Didn’t Know That Was Stealing! I Didn’t Know That Was Stealing! is meant to create a venue for awareness, discussion, remediation, and reinforcement of considerate, respectful behavior by students toward their classmates.
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By Karl and Karla Hanel
I Didn’t Know That Was Stealing! was written to provide insight for teachers and students, whether doer or victim, into the unsuitable actions that center on stealing something of value legitimately belonging to others, i.e. intangibles rather than objects or money. Those intangibles may be undisrupted study time, cheating or copying test answers, respect for teachers and authority, the theft of a person’s peace and dignity by bullying, etc. The story’s object lesson is that self centered actions which negatively affect the quality of education or life of other students are akin to the theft of items a student would see as valuable. Most children understand that stealing is unacceptable, knowing someone or having experienced the pain, loss, and anger of having been stolen from themselves. Those feelings provide the opening for their understanding of the concept portrayed in I Didn’t Know That Was Stealing! I Didn’t Know That Was Stealing! is meant to create a venue for awareness, discussion, remediation, and reinforcement of considerate, respectful behavior by students toward their classmates.
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By Mervedy Konde
A girl named Izzie finds herself always bullied but one day in school she stands up to everyone in school and finally becomes popular.
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By Mervedy Konde
A girl named Izzie finds herself always bullied but one day in school she stands up to everyone in school and finally becomes popular.
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By Radha
This is a story for children from all ages to enjoy. It will also appeal to the inner child in all of us. The story is set in Fiji, a beautiful island in the Pacific. We meet four brothers who live in a rural community. All they have is their parents, their home, their surroundings and themselves. This brings them very close to one another. They live a very uncomplicated life. They enjoy the simple life and simple games. Older people will recall some of these experiences which they must have had when they were children. By the end of the story, the four brothers learn about some very important lessons that life will teach them as they grow up into adulthood.
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By Radha
This is a story for children from all ages to enjoy. It will also appeal to the inner child in all of us. The story is set in Fiji, a beautiful island in the Pacific. We meet four brothers who live in a rural community. All they have is their parents, their home, their surroundings and themselves. This brings them very close to one another. They live a very uncomplicated life. They enjoy the simple life and simple games. Older people will recall some of these experiences which they must have had when they were children. By the end of the story, the four brothers learn about some very important lessons that life will teach them as they grow up into adulthood.
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By Sandra Birchfield
This is a true story that places emphasis on a part of Black History that took place in the 1950's and 1960's. I was a young girl who was sheltered from many things that took place during this time period. I had friends that were black but did not realize that they were limited in their activities because of a prearranged world.

The color of their skin limited their activities. They had to use different facilities, wait out back for their food, or sit in the balcony at the movie theatre.

I wrote this story because our children need to live in a world free of prejudice. Lines should no longer divide black and white.
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By Sandra Birchfield
This is a true story that places emphasis on a part of Black History that took place in the 1950's and 1960's. I was a young girl who was sheltered from many things that took place during this time period. I had friends that were black but did not realize that they were limited in their activities because of a prearranged world.

The color of their skin limited their activities. They had to use different facilities, wait out back for their food, or sit in the balcony at the movie theatre.

I wrote this story because our children need to live in a world free of prejudice. Lines should no longer divide black and white.
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