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Global Empathy Classroom Bundle

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Global Empathy Classroom Bundle

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Global Empathy Classroom Bundle

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Thanks to the Animals

Little Zoo Sap and his family are moving from their summer home on the coast to the deep woods for the winter, traveling on a big bobsled pulled by big horses. When Zoo Sap falls off of the sled unnoticed, the forest animals hear his cries and come to shelter him—everyone from the tiny mouse to the giant moose to the great bald eagle—keeping him warm and safe until his father comes back to find him.

Talking Walls

Talking Walls

Talking Walls introduces young readers to different cultures by exploring the stories of walls around the world and how they can separate or hold communities together.

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Lailah's Lunchbox

In LAILAH'S LUNCHBOX, Lailah is in a new school in a new country, thousands of miles from her old home, and missing her old friends. When Ramadan begins, she is excited that she is finally old enough to participate in the fasting but worried that her classmates won't understand why she doesn't join them in the lunchroom. Lailah solves her problem with help from the school librarian and her teacher and in doing so learns that she can make new friends who respect her beliefs.

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The Soda Bottle School

In THE SODA BOTTLE SCHOOL, students, in a Guatemalan village, are squished into their tiny schoolhouse, two grades to a classroom. The villagers had tried expanding the school, but the money ran out before the project was finished. No money meant no materials, and that meant no more room for the students. Until one boy got a wonderful, crazy idea: Why not use soda bottles, which were readily available, to form the cores of the walls? Sometimes thinking outside the box—or inside the bottle—leads to the perfect solution.

Who Belongs Here?

Who Belongs Here?

WHO BELONGS HERE? tells the story of Nary, a young boy fleeing war-torn Cambodia for the safety of the United States. To some of his new classmates, however, he is a "chink" who should go back where he belongs. But what if everyone whose family came from another place was forced to return to his or her homeland? Who would be left? This story teaches compassion for recent immigrants while sharing the history of immigration in America and some of the important contributions made by past immigrants. It is used in schools everywhere for units on immigration and tolerance.

Welcoming Babies

Welcoming Babies

Everyone marvels at babies: parents, grandparents, siblings, even other babies are fascinated by babies! Now available in paperback, WELCOMING BABIES visits with people around the globe and looks at the diverse ways they treasure new life.

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Roses for Gita

Roses for Gita

In ROSES FOR GITA, by Rachna Gilmore, Gita, who recently emigrated from India and is homesick, wants to plant a garden just like her grandmother's back home. She finds an unexpected ally in her crotchety old neighbour next door, Mr. Flinch. As these two unlikely friends learn to share their love for gardening and music, Gita begins to see her lonely neighbor in a new light.

Muskrat Will Be Swimming

Muskrat Will Be Swimming

MUSKRAT WILL BE SWIMMING, by Cheryl Savageau, is a quiet tale of a Native American girl who, with gentle guidance from her grandfather, learns to find strength, not fear, in her identity as a Native person living in an Anglo society. Beautifully illustrated and complete with a Seneca creation story, Muskrat Will Be Swimming demonstrates how the ancient stories of Native American cultures are used to help today's children find their way in the world. It is a treasure for all who have ever dealt with the fear of being different.

Kunu's Basket

Kunu's Basket

In KUNU'S BASKET, by Lee DeCora Francis, young Kunu wants to make a pack basket on his own. He's watched his dad and his grandfather make baskets on Indian Island, but now that he's trying to make one for himself, it's not as easy as he thought it would be. Kunu isn't a quitter, but he gets so frustrated that he has to go outside to cool off. When his grandfather asks Kunu to help him with some basket-making tasks, Kunu comes to understand that it is the tradition in his family for one generation to help the next. He also learns that it might take several tries before he gets it right. Can he be patient enough to try again and again? His grandfather shows him the way, and at last Kunu's first basket is something to celebrate.

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The Lunch Thief

In THE LUNCH THIEF, by Anne C. Bromley, Rafael is hungry because someone stole his lunch. His mom had packed his lunch bag with two burritos, a bag of corn chips, some carrots, and an apple. Once a week she tucks in a slice of her special lemon pound cake. Rafael saw Kevin, a new kid in his class, sneak his lunch bag from underneath his desk and tuck it in his backpack. But how can he do something about the theft without picking a fight?

Amadi's Snowman

Amadi's Snowman

In AMADI'S SNOWMAN, Katia Novet Saint-lot, why does Amadi's mother insist he learn to read words when he is going to be a great businessman? Why should an Igbo man of Nigeria waste precious time on books, anyway? When Amadi disobeys his mother and runs off to the market instead of sticking around for a reading lesson, he encounters a much-admired older boy secretly reading at a book stall. Crowding himself in among the stacks of books, Amadi becomes intrigued by a storybook with pictures of a strange white creature with a carrot for a nose. Over the course of a typical mischievous day, unable to shake his questions about the snowman, Amadi discovers the vast world reading could open up--especially for an Igbo man of Nigeria.

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Thanks to the Animals

Pages

36

Illustrator

Rebekah Raye

ISBN

978-0-88448-414-1

Format

Hardcover

Author

Allen Sockabasin

Talking Walls

Pages

40

Illustrator

Anne Sibley O’Brien

ISBN

978-0-88448-154-6

Format

Paperback

Author

Margy Burns Knight

Lailah's Lunchbox

Author

Reem Faruqi

Format

Hardcover

ISBN

978-0-88448-4318

Illustrator

Lea Lyon

Pages

32

The Soda Bottle School

Pages

32

Illustrator

Aileen Darragh

ISBN

978-0-88448-371-7

Format

Hardcover

Author

Laura Kutner and Suzanne Slade

Who Belongs Here?

Pages

40

Illustrator

Anne Sibley O’Brien

ISBN

978-0-88448-169-0

Format

Paperback

Author

Margy Burns Knight

Welcoming Babies

Pages

32

Illustrator

Anne Sibley O’Brien

ISBN

978-0-88448-124-9

Format

Paperback

Author

Margy Burns Knight

Roses for Gita

Pages
Illustrator

Alice Priestley

ISBN

978-0-88448-224-6

Format

Paperback

Author

Rachna Gilmore

Muskrat Will Be Swimming

Pages

32

Illustrator

Robert Hynes

ISBN

978-0-88448-280-2

Format

Paperback

Author

Cheryl Savageau

Kunu's Basket

Pages

32

Illustrator

Susan Drucker

ISBN

978-0-88448-330-4

Format

Paperback

Author

Lee DeCora Francis

The Lunch Thief

Pages

32

Illustrator

Robert Casilla

ISBN

978-0-88448-311-3

Format

Hardcover

Author

Anne C. Bromley

Amadi's Snowman

Pages

32

Illustrator

Dimitrea Tokunbo

ISBN

978-0-88448-298-7

Format

Paperback

Author

Katia Novet Saint-lot

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