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Do you want to be an Upstander who makes the world a better place by standing up to bullying and injustice in your school, home, or community? If so, this book is for you! You may doubt that one kid can make a difference. You can't fly like Wonder Woman or scale walls like Spiderman, but you could be a hero to someone else by speaking up. Small changes can lead to bigger and bigger changes! Chock full of quizzes, examples, practical advice, and small steps you can take in your real life, Stand Up!: Be an Upstander and Make a Difference takes readers through the ways to be an Upstander, including being kind to yourself, having empathy for others, spreading kindness, and dealing with conflicts.
A powerful, unforgettable graphic novel from the world of Wonder, by globally bestselling and award-winning author R J Palacio. To the millions of readers who fell in love with R J Palacio's Wonder, Julian is best-known as Auggie Pullman's classroom bully. White Bird reveals a new side to Julian's story, as Julian discovers the moving and powerful tale of his grandmother, who was hidden from the Nazis as a young Jewish girl in occupied France during the Second World War. An unforgettable, unputdownable story about strength, courage and the power of kindness to change hearts, build bridges, and even save lives, from the globally bestselling author of Wonder.
Helps children talk about the feelings that come with being bullied Shows children they are not alone when being bullied at school Fosters children's self-confidence Teaches young readers that being sensitive is a good thing Helps small children not to be afraid of cats and dogs Encourages adults to think about feelings Encourages adults to enjoy expressing feelings with their children
Collin's mother doesn't understand why he is reluctant to go to his best friend's house. Justin's dad lost his job and can't find a new one. Unfortunately, he is taking out his frustration on his son. Once Collin's mom realizes that Justin is being abused, she and Collin decide to help his friend. For children aged 4 to 8.