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Am I Weird?

A Book about Finding Your Place When You Feel Like You Don't Fit In

Author:
Jennifer Licate
Illustrator:
Suzanne Beaky
SKU:
69-003

Expected release date is Jan 19th 2021

$12.95

Description

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The middle years can be tough, especially when you feel like you don't quite fit in. 

Meet Eva... an artist with a unique style! She loves exploring new art forms, and she really enjoys crafts. People often compliment Eva on her artwork!

But when Eva looks around at school and in her neighborhood, she sees most people dress similarly and enjoy the same kinds of outdoor, sporty activities. When the other girls at school gather, they tolerate Eva but they sometimes snipe and gossip about things that make her uncomfortable. It just doesn't appeal to Eva, and she wonders... AM I WEIRD?

Luckily, Eva has a best friend, Isaiah, and an understanding mom who are there to remind her that everyone is different, and as long as she is kind and caring toward others, she can be true to herself and be happy.

This quick-read chapter book is part of the Navigating Friendships series, which is great for students in grades 4 through 7 who are struggling with changing friendships, learning about self-advocacy, and figuring out how to get along with others. 39 pgs.

Extend the learning with the Teacher and Counselor Activity Guide designed to accompany the chapter book!

The series also includes:

About the Author

Jennifer Licate earned her master’s degree in school counseling from West Chester University and has worked as a school counselor for K through 12 students for more than a decade. She channels her love of counseling and creativity to craft children’s books with relatable characters and situations. Her aim is to help children of all ages navigate the challenges of growing up.

Published by Boys Town Press

ISBN: 978-1-944882-65-5

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Author:
Jennifer Licate
Illustrator:
Suzanne Beaky
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