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Pink and Say

Pink and Say- Patricia Polacoo

Polacco, P. (1994). Pink and Say. New York: Philomel Books.

Pink and Say, two soldiers in the Confederate army, were injured in battle and go to Pink’s mama’s place, where she cares for them. 108 more words

Patricia Polacco takes on Bullying

Patricia Polacco has done it again. Book after book she manages to tackle tough topics in an approachable and honest manner. In “Bully,” she keeps up with the times and considers bullying in the modern age of email, texting, and Facebook. 460 more words

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School Time

The start of a new school year may be accompanied by anxiety or apprehension. These picture books about school can ease the back-to-school transition.

“A Tiger Tale: Or What Happened to Anya on Her First Day of School” by Mike Boldt, 2016, Simon & Schuster, ages 4-8. 361 more words

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2 Picture Books about ... family and migration

Within the first few pages of reading “The Keeping Quilt” this morning I was thinking about “This is the Rope.” It’s impossible not to make the comparison. 337 more words

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Books about Bullying

Children’s books take on the problem of bullying by providing an opportunity for children to learn by living through the experiences of others.

“Bully” by Laura Vaccaro Seeger, 2013, Roaring Book Press, ages 3-7. 520 more words

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Honoring Presidents

Children’s books provide readers of all ages with a glimpse at the lives of American presidents by presenting both their struggles and their heroism.

“Just in Time, Abraham Lincoln” by Patricia Polacco, J. 380 more words


The Polacco Series: Gratitude

Some of you, and maybe a lot of teachers, might be familiar with the name Patricia Polacco. As educators, I think her books are essential components of our libraries. 333 more words