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Free Spirit Publishing celebrating 30 years

New Release

Talk and Work It Out / Hablar y resolver

Talk and Work It Out BilingualIn this new English-Spanish bilingual edition from the popular Learning to Get Along® series, children learn peaceful conflict resolution: calm yourself, state the problem, listen, think of solutions, evaluate results, and agree to disagree when a solution isn’t possible. Learn more.

From the Free Spirit Blog

10 Scenarios to Get Kids Talking About Anger

10 Scenarios to Get Kids Talking About AngerEveryone gets angry sometimes. It’s important that kids learn to recognize feelings of anger and express those feelings in healthy, positive ways. In group discussions, ask kids to imagine themselves in ten difficult scenarios and provide answers for how they’d respond. Visit the Free Spirit Blog to read and get started.

Reviews & Accolades

Voices Are Not for Yelling

Voices Are Not for Yelling“This gentle reminder that there’s an appropriate volume for indoor activities also addresses the emotions children might be feeling when they yell (excitement, anger) and how to quiet them, while also explaining how they can still be heard.”—School Library Journal

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Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties in Today’s Classroom

Teaching Kids with LDReach and teach struggling learners with this evergreen resource fully revised and updated to help a new generation of educators.

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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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