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For the First Weeks of School

In Kindergarten to 5th Grade

Keep Your Kiddos Inspired as They Read

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My Favorite First Week of School Books:

First-Day Jitters

The World Needs More Purple People

Our Class is a Family 

I Am Enough

What If Everybody Did That? 

A Letter from Your Teacher 

My Mouth is a Volcano 

I Can Do Hard Things

Have You Filled a Bucket Today?

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My Favorite First Week of School Books for Elementary Classrooms Cont'd...

The Night Before First Grade

First Grade, Here I Come

The Day You Begin

The Magical Yet

The Name Jar

Chrysanthemum

Wemberly Worried

What Should Danny Do?

Ruby Finds a Worry

The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes

All Are Welcome

It's Okay to Be Different

Do Unto Otters

The Recess Queen

The Book of Mistakes

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Even More of My Favorite First Weeks of School Books for Elementary Classrooms:

Kindness is My Superpower

Enemy Pie

The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be

The Bad Seed

The Good Egg

The Cool Bean

Wonder

The Day the Crayons Quit

I'm Trying to Love Math

Be Kind

Just Ask

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