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    • Denise Babione

      You're Mean, Lily Jean! ~ Frieda Wishinsky. A lesson for those bossy kiddos.

    • Kimberly Costigan

      sChOoL cOuNsEliNg / Westwood-Bales: CHARACTER COUNTS! CARING ACTIVITIES

    • Tiffany Guenther

      Character education

    • Mary Holguin

      A lesson for those bossy kiddos . . . social skills lesson.

    • Ceci et Cette

      A lesson for those bossy kiddos . . . (hopefully our Lily Jean won't need this lesson @Rachael Robinstein. I love finding books with names of kids I know!)

    • Katherine McMurry

      Books That Heal Kids: A book about friendship, and stopping bullying behavior...there are other great books listed with a summary about the lessons they help teach

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