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Children's and Young Adult Literature to Teach Empathy

Titles for Lower Grade Students (PreK-Grade 4)

  1. Applegate, Katherine. Ivan: the Remarkable True Story of the Shopping Mall Gorilla. Illus. by G. Brian Karas. Clarion Books, 2014.
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#bookreview Notes on a nervous planet by Matt Haig published by Canongate

Amazon blurb:

The world is messing with our minds.

Rates of stress and anxiety are rising. A fast, nervous planet is creating fast and nervous lives. 555 more words

Book Review

Bibliotherapy with Preschool-Aged Books

The following books are titles I have come across and thought they would be relevant to use in a bibliotherapeutic setting. Let’s look at a them through a that lens and how we can approach young children to talk about them. 1,273 more words


Children's and Young Adult Literature Exploring Loneliness

Titles for Lower Grade Students (PreK-Grade 4)

  1. Albert, Burton. Where Does the Trail Lead? Illus. by Brian Pinkney. Little Simon, 1996.
  2. Alemagna, Beatrice. A Lion in Paris.
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Comics for Use in Bibliotherapy

Comic books are marvelous – they’re a great start for certain readers that may claim reading an onerous task. They can be a gateway into the world of reading. 159 more words


The Third Hotel, by Laura van den Berg

Grief makes people act strangely, especially when someone has lost someone very close to them. Movies and TV make grief look a certain way: lots of tears, depression, withdrawal from others, and so on.  396 more words


Literature Featuring Disabled Characters

Titles for Lower Grade Students (PreK-Grade 4)

  1. Akbarpour, Ahmad. Good Night, Commander. Illus. by Morteza Zahedi. Groundwood Books, 2010.
  2. Best, Cari. Goose’s Story. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2002.
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