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Big and Strong, I Belong!

Big and Strong, I Belong!
Big and Strong, I Belong!
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44
Pages: 
24
Average: 5 (2 votes)
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Sometimes kids are bigger (or thinner or shorter or taller) than other kids at school. But don’t they still all belong? Here’s a story about a big girl whose hurt feelings started a conversation... about being different.

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Working in a school, this is always an important lesson!

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Pages: 24
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-63233-010-9
Categories: Family & Friends, Girls, Growing Up
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: bully, bullying, fat, self-esteem, body image, anti-bullying
Date Added: April 28, 2015
Big and Strong I Belong Big and Strong I Belong Written by Bonnie Morris Ber l in Lemont Illustrated by Linda Olliver Written by Bonnie Morris Illustrated by Linda Olliver  Bonnis J Morris Printed in the United States of America All rights reserved This publication is protected by Copyright and permission should be obtained from the publisher prior to any prohibited reproduction storage in a retrieval system or transmission in any form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying recording or likewise Published by Eifrig Publishing PO Box Lemont PA USA Knobelsdorffstr Berlin Germany For information regarding permission write to Rights and Permissions Department Eifrig Publishing PO Box Lemont PA USA permissionseifrigpublishingcom Library of Congress CataloginginPublication Data Morris Bonnie J Big and Strong I Belong by Bonnie J Morris illustrated by Linda Olliver p cm Paperback ISBN Hard cover ISBN  Bullying Juvenile Fiction Selfimage Juvenile Fiction I Olliver Linda ill II Title Printed on FSC certified recycled PCW acidfree paper This book is dedicated to Kandy and Ally BJM Sara is A little girl Whos BIG  One day Her best friend Ann Called her a PIG  No one likes To have Their feelings hurt  Sara Hid her face Inside her shirt  Ann you hurt my feelings Sara cried