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The Very Inappropriate Word

by Jim Tobin (2013, Henry Holt, 16.95/hardback)
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Michael loves interesting words (hard words like ELASTIC, little words like attVAST, and big words like SMITHEREENS) and is always on the lookout for words to collect. Then one day, he picks up a new word. A bad word. An inappropriate word. At least, that’s what his friend says. But Michael kind of likes the word. He thinks he might try it out--At school. Bad idea. Color. Grades PreK-3. [9" x 11"...32 pages]


I Speak Dinosaur!

by Jed Henry (2012, Abrams, 14.95/hardback)
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An energetic kid with a big imagination prefers to "speak Dinosaur." Speaking Dinosaur means he doesn't have to use his manners and instead can roar and growl at his friends and family! But speaking Dinosaur gets the boy into trouble, and without other "dinosaurs" to talk to and play with, he gets lonely. Delivering a fun message that encourages young readers to express themselves creatively, yet cautioning that even dinosaurs need to be polite and say "please" and "thank you," this dino-mite book will have larger-than-life kid appeal. Color. Grades PreK-3. [9" x 9"...32 pages]


Words Are Not for Hurting

by Liz Verdick (2004, Free Spirit, 11.95)
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Some words are kind. But some of them are not. What do hurtful words do? Here, children will learn that their words belong to them: They can think before they speak, then choose what to say and how to say it. They will explore simple, positive ways to respond when others say hurtful things to them. Most importantly, they will discover the power or saying "I'm sorry," when their words hurt someone else. You'll find the "activities and discussion starters" (pages 28-31) worth the price of the book. Color. Grades K-2. [9" x 9"...32 pages]


Don't Say That Word!

by Alan Katz (2007, McElderry Books, 16.99/hardback)
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Michael can't wait to tell his mom all about his day at school. But how can he, when she keeps stopping him before he gets to the best part? But what ever you do…DON'T SAY THAT WORD! Color. Grades PreK-3. [9” x 11.5”...40 pages]


Andrew's Angry Words

by Dorothea Lachner (1997, NorthSouth, 7.95)
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Andrew shouted angry words when his sister spilled his toys. He was instantly sorry, but Marion had already shouted the angry words over the phone to Ted. Andrew ran to Ted's house--but it was too late. Ted had already passed them along, and the angry words were loose in the world. Children learn very early just how powerful words can be. Color. Grades K-3. [8.5” x 11”...32 pages]


Elbert’s Bad Word

by Audrey Wood (1988, Voyager Books, 7.00)
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All children seem to catch bad words sometime in their childhood. And so it was with young Elbert, who snatched a bad one up at an elegant garden party. After shocking his parents and their guests with this word, Elbert learns alternatives for his inappropriate language. Color. Grades K-4. [8.5” x 9.5”...30 pages]

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