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Finchler, J. (2000). Testing Miss Malarkey. NY: Walker & Company.


Simon, N. (1974). I was so mad. Chicago: Albert Whitman & Company.


Viorst, J. (1972). Alexander and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. New York, NY: Scholastic.


Bullies/Building Good Friendships


Brown, L. and Brown, M. (1998). How to be a friend. NY: Little, Brown and Company.


Caseley, J. (2001). Bully. NY: Greenwillow Books.


McCain, B. (2001). Nobody knew what to do: A story about bullying. Morton Grove, Illinois: Albert Whitman & Company.


Slanina, A. (2008). Annie Mouse meets a new friend. Harrisville, PA: Annie Mouse Books.


Yaccarino, D. (2002). unLOVaBLe. NY: Scholastic.




Haynes, M. (2000). Grandma’s gone to live in the stars. Morton Grove, Ill.: Albert Whitman & Co.


Plourde, L. (2003). Thank you, Grandpa. NY: Dutton Children’s Books.


Rogers, F. (1988). When a pet dies. NY: Putnam.


Viorst, J. (1971). The tenth good thing about Barney. NY: The Trumpet Club.


Disabilities/Illness/Doctor or Hospital Issues


Anglada, T. Brandon and the Bipolar Bear free downloadable coloring book and discussion guide available through www.BPChildren.com. (retrieved from the internet 08/09/2005).


Brown, M. (1979). Arthur’s eyes. Boston: Little, Brown.


Clark, D. (1999). Puppies for sale. Dalmatian Press.


Kuklin, S. (1988). When I see my dentist. NY: Bradbury Press.


Osofsky, A. (1992). My Buddy. NY: Henry Holt.


Slanina, A. (2008). Annie Mouse meets a new friend. Harrisville, PA: Annie Mouse Books.


Slanina, A. (2007). The Adventures of Annie Mouse: Baby Brother Goes to the Hospital. Harrisville, PA: Annie Mouse Books.


Willis, J. (2000). Susan laughs. NY: Henry Holt.




Arnold, T. (1997). Parts. New York, NY: The Penguin Group.


Bunting, E. (2001). Too many monsters. Mahwah, NJ: Troll/BridgeWater.


Hefter, R. (1974). A noise in the closet. Columbus OH: One Strawberry, Inc. Weekly Reader Books.


Henkes, K. (2001). Wemberly worried. New York, NY: Scholastic.


McKissack, P. (2005). Precious and the Boo Hag. NY: Atheneum Books for Young Children.


McMillan, S. (1985). I used to be afraid. Worthington, OH: Willowisp Press, Inc.


Stevens, K. The Beast in the Bathtub. (1985) Milwaukee, WI: Gareth Stevens,


Gender Role Stereotyping


Zolotow, C. (1972). William’s doll. New York, NY: Harper & Row, Publishers.




Grindley, S. (2000). A new room for William. Cambridge, MA: Candlewick Press.


Viorst, J. (1996). Alexander, who’s not (do you hear me? I mean it!) going to move. New York, NY: Scholastic.


Sibling Rivalry


Wolde, G. (1976). Betsy and the chicken pox. NY: Random House.


Zolotow, C. (1966). If it weren’t for you. New York, NY: Harper & Row.




Carnegie Library. (retrieved from the internet 02/20/2005) www.carnegielibrary.org/kids/booknook/bibliotherapy/


Cleveland Clinic. (retrieved from the internet 02/20/2005). www.clevelandclinic.org/childrensrehab/programs/bibliotherapy/


Eggen, P. and Kauchak, D. (1997). Educational Psychology: Windows on Classrooms. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill.


Harris, T. and Hodges, R, eds. (1995) The literacy dictionary: The vocabulary of reading and writing. Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

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