Reviews and Blog Posts: Self-Esteem

Briony Hatch : a graphic novel

by Ginny Skinner

Briony's life is one long waiting game for the next adventure of her favorite dystopian novel, The Adventures of Starling Black. But it isn't enough to read about Starling, the beautiful spell-casting exorcist. Briony wants to be strong and powerful just like Starling. And when she completes the very last...

The hermit crab

by Carter Goodrich

Reviewer Rating:
0

The Hermit Crab is very shy and doesn't want anyone to notice him. When he finds a new "shell" that looks like a superhero, he doesn't realize how the other crabs and fish will react. A trap drops to the sea floor and traps Flounder. Hermit Crab accidentally comes to...

Slob

by Ellen Potter

Reviewer Rating:
3

Owen is the fattest kid in school. It wasn't always that way, but things have changed for him recently. Owen has a lot to figure out. Luckily, he's got a near genius IQ, and a knack for inventing things, like a receiver that can pick up TV signals from the...

Wink : the ninja who wanted to be noticed

by J. C. (Julie C.) Phillipps

Reviewer Rating:
0

Wink is in ninja school where he is supposed to learn to be silent and stealthy. No one is supposed to see a ninja - but if no one can see him, how can anyone know what a great ninja Wink can be? Wink loves attention! Every day Wink is...

One

by Kathryn Otoshi

Reviewer Rating:
0

Blue is happy to be blue. Sometimes he wishes he was yellow or green, but mainly he's happy to be blue. That is, until Red comes along and starts bullying the other colors, saying they're not good colors. All of the colors feel bad until the number One comes along....

Little by little

by Amber Stewart

Reviewer Rating:
0

Otto is a young otter. He made a list of things he can do and things he can't. The only thing on the can't list is: SWIM. All the other otters and beavers give him a bad time about swimming. Otto's sister offers to teach him, just little by little...

Ready, set, skip!

by Jane O'Connor

Reviewer Rating:
0

Can you skip? The little girl in this picture book does not know how to skip. She can do lots of other cool things - she can twirl, skate, blow bubbles, and is a terrific whistler. Mom says, "If you can hop, you can skip!" Mom is a great skipper...

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