Pat Brisson’s Sometimes We Were Brave is tops among illustrated picture books for tackling the emotionally charged and extremely challenging issues that come with military service and sacrifice.
If you’re looking for a gourmet bullying-prevention resource, try Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are, a spicy story about Lucy, a wide-eyed, curly-locked child with a uniquely-flavored zest for life.
This service-learning project will enrich students’ study of living organisms as well as help students become responsible pet owners, understand animal needs, and assist the animal population in your area.
From our friend Barbara Gruener, some activity and discussion ideas your students can take home with them during CC! Week.
Are you ready for the celebration of a lifetime? We eagerly await the third week of October in Friendswood, Texas, because it offers us a chance to cheer for character and renew our commitment to a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.
Homeless and lunchless, new kid Kevin finds a friend in Rafael. This thought-provoking book teaches Caring and Responsibility. What other Pillars can you find?
Teach tolerance with this delightful story where peanut butter and humus come between friends. Inspired by the childhood experience of Jordan’s Queen Rania.
What do cars and character have in common? Find out in Barbara Gruener’s latest review, and learn some terrific strategies to deal with bullying in the younger grades.