Thursday, November 17, 2016
Display: I Like Me Just The Way I Am
By Kathi Appelt
A girl celebrates her own individuality, from her freckles to her wiggles.
I Like Myself
By Karen Beaumont
In rhyming text, a little girl expresses confidence and joy in her uniqueness, no matter her outward appearance.
Beezus and Ramona
By Beverly Clearly
Beezus' biggest problem is her 4-year-old sister Ramona. Even though Beezus knows sisters are supposed to love each other, with a sister like Ramona, it seems impossible.
By Esmé Raji Codell
Struggling with school and her feelings since her father left, Sahara gets a fresh start with a new and unique teacher who supports her writing talents and the individuality of each of her classmates.
I’m Gonna Like Me
By Jamie Lee Curtis
A young girl learns to like herself every single day, no matter what.
The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem
By Diana Loomans
Various animals in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem illustrate the different qualities that contribute to being lovable and having self-esteem.
Reach for the Stars
By Anne Mazer
Abby confides to her diary her feelings about her family and friends and her indecision about which role to try out for in the fifth-grade class production of "Peter Pan."
By Stacy McAnulty
Every girl is unique, talented and lovable...Every girl is beautiful.