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janet-ruth-heller's picture
In my award-winning fiction picture book How the Moon Regained Her Shape (Sylvan Dell, hardback 2006, paperback 2007), the sun bullies the moon, and the moon's feelings are so badly hurt that she shrinks.  The moon turns to a comet and her friends on earth, who comfort her, and she regains her full...
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Stephanie Heuer was inspired to create the Somebody/Nobody book after attending a Human Dignity conference in Paris, in 2004. She was technology instructor at a elementary school and had witness the how difficult school life can be for some of the students, the negative and positive interactions,...
catherine-ryan-hyde's picture
  Ernie doesn't have a lot of friends at school. Just Will. They have stuff in common—like fishing. But more important, they have common enemies: the school jocks, who seem to find bullying just another sport.  Ernie and Will take life at high school in stride. Until Will has one very...
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In a cozy, tropical place called Washtub Pond, three web-footed creatures pass carefree days playing and dreaming together. Sue-Lin Salamander, Mao-Mao Mudpuppy, and Foo Frog have been best, samesize friends since the day they were born. But like all young creatures, these three grow up — and some...
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  In junior high, it doesn't matter what you say or do but who you know-and who knows you. Ask Benson Schmidt and Ryan Laughlin, because they live it every day. Their seventh grade lives are spent in the shadows of jocks, preps, and the rest of Westwood Junior High's popular set. But the wrath of...
lynn-e-hazen's picture
  "Children will hop, skip, and jump to read this story again and again. A delightful early reader." --Elissa Haden Guest, author of the Iris and Walter series "Hip hop hurrah for Hazen's satisfying romp about a courageous rabbit who saves the day and the school play!...
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Measles is a boy with Down`s syndrome who is a computer whiz. Owl is a fellow outcast, with a cleft lip and a hooked nose. The two boys find a unique friendship in their oddness and in a mutual desire to do away within illegal toxic dumpsite outside town. But there`s magic in the junkyard, as Owl...