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  • Shannon Ray

    Books That Heal Kids: this website is full of book reviews for childrens books that teach lessons. Divided into topics/lessons

  • Heather Vidrine

    The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes - This really goes with what our school goal is this year. Kids should know that it is normal to make mistakes and that failure is not permanent.

  • Brittany Hiben

    Books That Heal Kids: Book Review: The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes. Good for teaching kids that it's okay to make mistakes and how to recover from them

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