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Free Spirit Publishing celebrating 30 years

Special Offer!

25% off Special Needs Resources

Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties in Today's ClassroomOrder from our Learning Disabilities and Student Mental Health section and receive 25% off! Offer ends September 30, 2015. Use code SEPT25 at checkout. View resources.

From the Free Spirit Blog

Expert Advice on Truancy Prevention

Expert advice on truancy prevention

April Snodgrass, coauthor of The Principal’s Survival Guide, shares the five questions every educator needs to ask to improve school attendance. Visit the Free Spirit Blog to read.

Reviews & Accolades

Penelope Perfect

Penelope Perfect“Cheery cartoons ... and vignettes show many instances of perfection ... The book concludes with four pages of activities and discussion questions to help adults understand and work with children struggling with perfectionism.”—Kirkus Reviews

Do you have a favorite Free Spirit book? Tell us why! Email us at help4kids@freespirit.com.

Featured Product

RTI in Middle School Classrooms

RTI in Middle School ClassroomsResponse to intervention allows educators to assess and meet the needs of struggling students before they have fallen too far behind. This book provides practical, research-based instructional techniques and interventions—geared especially to middle school teachers and administrators—that target and address specific needs of individual students. Learn more.


 

 
 

Advisory Board Members Wanted

Free Spirit seeks early childhood educators and grades preK–12 teachers, administrators, librarians, counselors, and social workers to join its advisory board. In order to make our books and other products even more beneficial for children and teens, the advisory board will provide valuable feedback on things like content, text, and art and help us identify what educators need to support the kids they serve.

Free Spirit also seeks young people, grades 6 and up, to join its teen advisory council. In order to keep our books and other products current and relevant, the advisory council provides valuable feedback on such things as the design, art, and content of our resources for young people.

 
 

 

 
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