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The one and only Sparkella —Tatum, Channing, author.

In this debut picture book from leading actor, producer and director Channing Tatum, a unique little girl has trouble fitting in at her new school, so her dad steps in to show her the importance to stay true to herself.

Beautifully me —Noor, Nabela, author.

Zubi, a happy Bangladeshi girl, is excited about her first day of school, but at breakfast she is puzzled by her mother and older sister worrying about being "too big," and even at school she hears other people criticizi...

Always Everly —Wragg, Nate, author, illustrator.

"One spring, a pine tree named Everly sprouts in the woods where everyone is green. Fitting in feels great for Everly. But, uh-oh, one day all of the other trees begin to change--their greens turn to bright yellows and r...

Go get 'em, tiger! —Moyle, Sabrina, author.

A rhyming tale in which an exuberant tiger encourages young readers to eagerly tackles life's challenges and believe in their own tigerlike strength.

Shine like a unicorn —Johannes, Shelli R., author.

This hilarious picture book about how to be a unicorn is laugh-out-loud funny and will encourage readers to embrace their own unique and glorious selves! From the co-author of the 'Cece Loves Science' picture book series...

You are fantastic! —Moyle, Sabrina, author.

"A joyful tribute to everything that makes you fantastic!"--Back cover.

Born to sparkle : a story about achieving your dreams —Bomgaars, Megan, author.

Lions are the kings and queens of the jungle but how did they come to be as fabulous as they are? They SPARKLE! The best way to sparkle is to live your dreams and share them with the world. The inspiring message behind t...

A walk in the words —Talbott, Hudson, author, illustrator.

"Through a story from his own childhood, Hudson Talbott shares the challenges--and ultimately the rewards--of being a non-mainstream kind of learner."--Provided by publisher.

The tree in me —Luyken, Corinna, author, illustrator.

Through text and illustrations of children reveling in nature, explores the various ways we as human beings are strong, creative, and connected to others.

Trying —Yamada, Kobi, author.
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"How will you know what's possible if you don't try? This is a story for anyone who has ever felt like a beginner, or had doubts, or worried they weren't good enough. It's a story for those who have experienced the pain ...

Be your own best friend forever! —Robinson, Gary, 1950- author, illustrator.

This confidence-building book for young girls--particularly those from a diverse community or heritage--is inspired by a real girl, Jayla Rose, who lives in central California.

The juice box bully : empowering kids to stand up for others —Sornson, Robert

"When Pete starts at a new school, he soon finds out that being a bystander to bad behavior is not tolerated."--Unedited summary from book.

You are special —Lucado, Max.

Punchinello's opinion of himself changes after talking to his creator.

Be who you are —Parr, Todd, author.

Picture book encouraging kids to be proud of what makes them unique, where they come from, and how they express themselves and see the world.

I will! : a book of promises —Medina, Juana, 1980- author, illustrator.

A picture book full of bold and playful illustrations and simple but important affirmations, that will allow young children, and even adults, to navigate their emotions and foster discussions especially during difficult ...

The list —Vivian, Siobhan.

Every year at Mount Washington High School somebody posts a list of the prettiest and ugliest girls from each grade--this is the story of eight girls, freshman to senior, and how they are affected by the list.

100 things I know how to do —Schwartz, Amy, author, illustrator.

"This picture book showcases one hundred things little ones can do on their own."

Birds of a feather —Singh, Sita, 1972- author.

Despite his friends' support, Mo is sad about being the only white peacock in a colorful jungle until the night of the big dance, when he discovers that being different can feel great.

Pop! —Kilpatrick, Karen, author.

"Otto, a Kernel, has been dreaming of the day he would finally become a Popcorn. But when Pop! Day arrives, things don't go as planned. All the Kernels turn into Popcorn except for Otto, who is left alone to wonder what ...

Little Excavator —Dewdney, Anna, author, illustrator.

"Little Excavator wants to help the big rigs transform a vacant lot into a neighborhood park, but he is too small to get the job done! That is, until he finds a job that is a perfect Little E-sized task"-- Provided by pu...

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