People are different! They look different, come from different parts of the world, and believe in different things. To some people you look different too! This is what makes you special. This is what makes us all special. We are all here to make the world a better place to live in because each of us brings something different to it. In If I Was A Bird What Kind Of Flock Would I Fly With? psychologist Peter Sacco tells the fictional account of Billy Connors, a fifth-grader learning how to fit in at school. Billy learns that itas okay to be himself and to believe in what he believes in. Equally important, Billy learns that itas okay for others to believe in what they do as well, even if they do seem a little different. Along the way, Billy learns a valuable lesson: to accept other people for who they are and what they believe without judging them. Now available in 5 languages: English, Spanish, Hindi, Mandarin and Japanese. 50% of royalties will be donated to the charity organization, Canadian Centre For Abuse Awareness (www.abusehurts.com)Ostriches are said to be birds that are grounded, but often times portrayed with burying their heads in the sand because they ... Do you avoid speaking up for yourself or others who need your help? into the trumpet-like flower. ... aIf you are referring to a hummingbird then you are correct Billy.a aBut how does it do thata fly in place?a asked Billy. aWell, they are able to flap their wings 80 times per second.
|Title||:||If I Was A Bird What Kind Of Flock Would I Fly With?|
|Publisher||:||DoctorZed Publishing - 2015-01-01|