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New Titles : October reading pile

Benny Doesn’t Like to be  Hugged  [by Zetta Elliot; Illustrated by Purple Wong] is about the difficulties kids with Autism can experience. The book is written from Benny’s friends’ perspectives. Vibrant images depicting kids with autism interacting with friends and the acceptance … Continue reading

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New Titles: Identity and Education

Who Are You? The Kid’s Guide to Gender Identity by Brook Pessin-Whedbee This book introduces children to gender as a spectrum by talking about how individuals experience gender differently. By assuring children that it is okay to talk about how … Continue reading

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New Titles

Check out some New Titles to help plan for your student’s transition back into learning! Malala: Activist for Girls’ Education by Raphaële Frier ; illustrated by Aurélia Fronty. Education should be a fundamental right for all, including girls. This concept is based … Continue reading

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New Titles: Diverse Classrooms

We’ve always got great new titles available at the OISE Library! Check out these and other books about diverse and inclusive classrooms: Bright Ribbons: Weaving Culturally Responsive Teaching Into the Elementary Classroom, by Lotus Linton Howard Weaving a tapestry with … Continue reading

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New Titles

It’s summer — a time to catch up on missed readings and discover new must-reads! Be sure to check out the new titles below and stop by the OISE Library Ground floor for more! I Am Peace: A Book of … Continue reading

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