by Kevin Henkes
Chrysanthemum must learn to love her own name and what it represents about her despite the disapproval of her peers.
I like Myself
by Karen Beaumont
Uplifting and funny, every child can learn to appreciate the details that make each person unique.
I Like Me
by Nancy Carlson
A lovable pig delights in what she can do and taking care of herself physically and emotionally and teaches children they can pick themselves up when they are down.
Be Who You Are!
by Todd Parr
With fun and silly illustrations, the message is clear: it’s ok to be different.
Giraffes Can’t Dance
by Giles Andreae
illustrated by Guy Parker-Rees
Gerald wants to dance more than anything, but he has long legs and is clumsy, yet with encouragement, he chooses to bravely do what he loves and bravely reach for his dream.