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    Blossom Plays Possum: (Because She's Shy)

    By Jones, Birdy

    This book aims to show kids and parents that there is nothing wrong with being shy and helps boost self-esteem.

    July 2017 | Hardcover

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    Why Am I Blue?: A Story About Being Yourself

    By Dakos, Kalli

    This is a sweet story about identity and self-acceptance, one that children can apply to varying situations they may face.

    July 2017 | Hardcover

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    The Tallest Bridge in the World: A Story for Children About Social Anxiety

    By Burns, Ellen Flanagan

    This story is about a boy with social anxiety disorder. With the help and guidance of a therapist and his parents, he learns tools and strategies to deal with his anxiety.

    July 2017 | Hardcover

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    GIRL: Love, Sex, Romance, and Being You

    By Rayne, Karen

    This book is a growing-up guide for teen girls with information about identity, dating, romance, love, relationships, and sex.

    July 2017 | Softcover

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    Cake & I Scream!...being bossy isn't sweet

    By Genhart, Michael

    This is the story of a friend who tries to get his way by being bossy and loud — only to find out that's a good way to lose friends.

    August 2017 | Hardcover

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    Mac & Geeeez!...being real is what it's all about

    By Genhart, Michael

    This is a whimsical story about a friend who wants to be the center of attention but tries in all the wrong ways.

    August 2017 | Hardcover

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    Peanut Butter & Jellyous...sometimes friendships get sticky

    By Genhart, Michael

    This is a playful story about dealing with jealous feelings in a friendship when new friends enter the mix.

    August 2017 | Hardcover

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    A Feel Better Book for Little Worriers

    By Brochmann, Holly; Bowen, Lean

    A Feel Better Books for Little Worriers is a short and gentle, rhyming picture book intended for kids 3–5 years old who may be developing anxious feelings and are too young to comprehend the implications.

    August 2017 | Hardcover

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