Quantity of Titles Per Set (30)
Social emotional learning read alouds help students discuss feelings, observe behaviors, talk about family relationships, and develop an understanding of perseverance.
Titles may change based on availability.
On a beautiful sunny day, an African American girl visits the park and rounds up a group of her friends for an afternoon of fun and playground games. As they play, this happy crew discovers that despite their physical differences — straight hair, curly hair; brown eyes, blue eyes; light skin, dark skin — they are all really the same.
Ruby loves being Ruby. Until, one day, she finds a worry. At first it's not such a big worry, and that's all right, but then it starts to grow. It gets bigger and bigger every day and it makes Ruby sad. How can Ruby get rid of it and feel like herself again?
A cat’s life isn’t always easy. One day you’re the king of the house and suddenly, everything changes.
In this charming sequel to Un día de nieve, an older and wiser Peter wants to learn to whistle. Wouldn’t it be the perfect way to call his dog Willie? Peter tries so hard to whistle that his cheeks hurt, but he doesn’t give up. With a very light hand and his legendary illustrations, Keats creates a world in which effort yields results.
Peludo is a big monster. He is always angry, and he is very lonely. Does it have to do with his bad mood?
Juan used to like painting his nails. When his schoolmates started laughing at him, his dad decided to show his support by painting his own nails too. This is a story inspired by true events.
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