Portfolio of Work
The Girl Who Felt Invisible
The Girl Who Felt Invisible is a story of a young girl’s journey from kindergarten to middle school. The shock comes as she enters into middle school where her whole world is turned upside down with first the fear and anxiety of attending a new school and then to find out later she didn’t fit in with her classmates even when she tried so hard! This book engages in subjects about bullying, identity, and self-esteem. This book is recommended for kindergarten through high school
ACTIONS THE BULLYING & SUICIDE RESOURCE GUIDE FOR THE 21st CENTURY
In this book, ACTIONS THE BULLYING & SUICIDE RESOURCE GUIDE FOR THE 21st CENTURY, you will find: The definition of bullying Identification of the five forms of bullying The relationship between bullying and suicide in the 21st Century. Enclosed in the book are advise from administrators, teachers, counselors personal interviews, and stories of those dealing with both bullying and suicide.
IT'S OKAY TO BE DIFFERENT
IT’S OKAY TO BE DIFFERENT details in a brightly colored illustrated book, the value we all serve with our many differences. In the book are a variety of children’s pi With a wide range of examples of children with disabilities, those with hair that’s straight, curly, or braided, and those with different body types, just to name a few. This book can be used for all school-age children.