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The Scar  by Charlotte Moundlic.    A little boy responds to his mother’s death in a genuine, deeply moving story leavened by glimmers of humor and captivating illustrations.

Children's grief resource-The Scar by Charlotte Moundlic. A little boy responds to his mother’s death in a genuine, deeply moving story leavened by glimmers of humor and captivating illustrations.

Let's Talk About It!-When My Parents Forgot How to Be Friends By Jennifer Moore-Mallinos/Publisher:Barron's Incorporated/Age:2-6/ISBN13:9780764131721/No of pages:32/Cover Type:Paperback/Retail Price HK$ 70.00/BookLodge Price:US$6.30/ HK$49.00/This sensitively written book assures that children are in no way responsible for their parents' inability to get along together./Available at www.BookLodge.com-Lowest Priced English and Chinese Online Bookstore for Children and Parents Worldwide!

Divorce- This sensitively written book assures boys and girls that children are in no way responsible for their parents' inability to get along together. (library owns)

Sorry! Does an apology count if you don't really mean it?

Friendship Bandaids: A first grade lesson on how to give an appropriate apology and it's importance.

Do you have an angry or anxious child? Here are a few books that might help.

Books for the Angry & Anxious Child

Are you trying to help an angry & anxious child? This post includes Children's Books about Feelings. I hope the books help you.

As a counselor, sometimes I work with kids who have a hard time identifying  their feelings, especially the fact that feelings can range from slight to  intense. One of the interventions I use is a feelings thermometer.

Making a Feelings Thermometer

As a counselor, sometimes I work with kids who have a hard time identifying their feelings, especially the fact that feelings can range from slight to intense. One of the interventions I use is a feelings thermometer. Stress can kill you!

I Miss You: A First Look At Death [Paperback], (death and dying, kids, grief and loss, mourning, grieving, grieving children, death, fiction, for purchase)

Picture book about death for preschoolers and elementary aged children -- starting a conversation about loss

crayonfreckles: children's books about dying {the sunday parenting party}

Children's Books About Death

Crayon Freckles: children's books about dying {the sunday parenting party}

21 Biographies for preschool and early elementary. Great picture book biographies.

21 Picture Book Biographies

21 picture book biographies for preschool and early elementary kids

64 Children's Books About Grief …

64 Children's Books About Death and Grief

A great selection of 64 books for kids of a variety of ages dealing with death and grief. Books are such a wonderful way to introduce a discussion on a topic, and stories about kids experiencing similar things can help to normalize kids' experiences

a detailed book list  of books to use for talking to children about death of a sibling from growingbookbybook.com

Book Lists: Talking to Children About Death of a Sibling

Another set of books that help siblings deal with the death of a loved one. These are so important because dealing with grief in this way is difficult for everyone, especially another child who does not really know how to grieve.

Understanding The Way I Feel: Mighty Girl Books About Managing Emotions

Wilma Jean the Worry Machine-kid's book by Julia Cook on anxiety, worry, and apprehension. From The Sensory Spectrum. Pinned by SOS Inc.

Women in history

BOOKS- Biographies about famous women in history for kids. This will help in the classroom when we are teaching students something that could be known as boring. A picture grabs the readers attention and would be a great start to a history lesson.

my 3rd graders love this

Dude, That's Rude!: (Get Some Manners) (Laugh & Learn®), a book by Pamela Espeland, Elizabeth Verdick

"When will I get There? How will I know?    A little girl ponders what the future holds, steadfast in her determination to find out for herself. Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick's gorgeous landscapes and the briefest of text speak to the power of imagination. Readers of all ages will find reassurance in this simple, beautiful book of ruminations about a lifelong journey toward tomorrow."

Read the book "There" to help students create their overall goals for the school year. PICTURE BOOK that helps students understand the process of goal setting

Kids and suicide: a review of a great book for helping kids cope with suicide loss.

After A Suicide Death: An Activity Book for Grieving Kids.

hands-on, interactive activity book; children who have experienced a suicide death learn and connect with other grieving kids.

Entirely Elementary...School Counseling: Beginning of the Year Theme - BE YOURSELF

The Boy Who Grew Flowers Written by Jen Wojtowicz and Illustrated by Steve Adams.

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