by David Mackintosh (2011,
Abrams Books, 16.95/hardback)
Marshall Armstrong is new to school and definitely stands out from the crowd, with his pale skin, perpetual hats, and special “space food” lunches that come in silver wrappers. He doesn’t play sports, and he doesn’t watch television. So when he invites everyone in class over for his birthday party, it’s sure to be a disaster. Or is it? Marshall Armstrong might have a trick or two up his long, “sun protective” sleeve. [8.5” x 11”...32 pages]
New Kid on the Block: A Story About Working Through Being New
by Jodi Baldwin (2009,
Transitioning to a new school can be very difficult for some elementary school-aged children. This helpful book will provide students with fresh insights and specific strategies to help them adjust, while validating their feelings of loss, loneliness, and fear. For each page of the story, there are recommended discussion questions and an advice letter from another child. The book also includes discussion questions, advice from peers, and recommended strategies. Color. Grades K-5. [11” x 8.5”...42 pages]
Good Answers to Tough Questions: Moving
by Joy Berry (2010, Joy Berry Books, 7.99)
"Moving" teaches children how to handle the emotions often caused by relocating. It also teaches children how to turn changes into positive experiences. Color.
Grades 1-6. [6.5” x 8.5”...46
First Day Jitters
by Julie Danneberg (2000,
Whispering Coyote Press, 6.95)
Sarah asks herself the usual first-day-at-a-new-school questions:
Will they like me? Will I make friends? That is, until she builds
up enough courage to face her fears and hit the halls. Everyone
will relate to Sarah’s feelings and laugh out loud when
they find that Sarah is the new teacher at the school. Color.
Grades K-4. [8” x 10”...32 pages]
The Brand New Kid
by Katie Couric
(2000, Doubleday, 17.95/hardback)
Two girls show compassion when a not-so-ordinary boy joins their
class. Laslo Gazky’s first days in second grade at Brookhaven
School are a real nightmare. His “different” looks
and manner set him apart from the other children, and inspire
the kind of teasing children will quickly recognize. The girls
prove to everyone that looking different is not such a bad thing.
Color. Grades 1-4. [8” x 10”...48
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