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A deceptively simple picture book about standing up for oneself and against bullies. From the inside jacket: Blue is a quiet color. Red is a hot head. Red likes to pick on Blue.Yellow, Green, Purple, and Orange don't like what they see, but what can they do?

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The Empathy Way Teacher's Manual accompanies The Empathy Way book collection. Dr. Paris presents a comprehensive Empathy in Education Program (grades K-3), and the Empathy Buddy Program (grades 4-6).

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The book, Learning to Play, Playing to Learn, revised third edition, aims to successfully build student empathy, self-regulation and problem-solving skills through a healthy approach to play.  The power of play is that it is the most natural way that children learn.  

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As in most of Patricia Polacco's books (check them out!), Mr. Lincoln's Way embraces the themes of diversity, empathy and community.  Mr.

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When Toby steps into the path of a dog who bullies him and shreds his beloved stuffed teddy-bear toy, feelings get hurt. This beautifully illustrated book teaches children about the importance of kindness, respect, acceptance and being considerate of others, including pets.

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Insides Out is the first book in The Empathy Way book collection. The Empathy Way uses photographs of real-life bonobo apes to teach young children (ages 2-10) about empathy. Insides Out explains empathy in a way that children can understand--what it is, why it is important, and how to do it.

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The third book in The Empathy Way collection that helps children develop empathy in order to prevent bullying. Expressive photographs of bonobo apes illustrate how it feels to be bulied, what kids should do, and how adults can intervene effectively.