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Cuyler, Margery. Stop Drop and Roll Inc. Penton, Overseas It's time to Call 911: What to do in an Emergency Pencella, Peggy. Fire Safety: Be Safe Pendziwol, Jean. No Dragons for TeaRead more

Caring and Volunteering Books

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For Ages 4-8 Bunting, Eve. A Perfect Fathers Day. Bunting, Eve. Sunshine Home. Canfield, Jack. Chicken Soup for Little Souls: The Goodness Gorillas. For Ages 3-7 McCourt, Lisa. Chicken Soup for Little Souls: The Braids Girl. Lamstein, Sarah Mapwil. I Like Your Buttons! Paterson, Katherine. Celia and The Sweet Sweet Water. For Ages 8-12 Banks, Lynne Reid Banks. Indian in the Cupboard. Lowry, Lois. Number the Stars. Ryan, Bernard, Jr. Protecting...Read more

Community Challenge Books

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Bunting, Eve. December Bunting, Eve. Fly Away Home DiSalvo-Ryan Diane. Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen Gunning, Monica. A Shelter in Our Car Kidd, Ronald. Grampa's Hammer Kidd, Ronald. Raising the Roof Lamancusa, Joe. Kid Cash: Creative Money-Making Ideas Lesko, Wendy and Tsourounis, II Emanuel, Youth, the 26% Solution. Lewis, Barbara A. The Kid's Guide to Social Action McCourt, Lisa. Chicken Soup for Little Souls: The Braids Girl McKee, David...Read more

Health and Wellness

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Krishner, Trudy. Kathy's Hats Martin, Kim. H is for Hair Fairy: An Alphabet of Encouragement and Insight for Kids (and Kids at Heart!) with Cancer McVicker, Ellen. Butterfly Kisses and Wishes on Wings: When someone you love has cancer...a hopeful, helpful book for kids Peterkin M.D., Allan . What About Me? When Brothers and Sisters Get Sick Richmond, Christina. Chemo Girl: Saving the World One Treatment at a Time Verniero, Joan C. You Can Call...Read more

Microfinance

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Books for Children: McBrier, Page and Lohstoeter, Lori. Beatrice's Goat - A true story about how one child, given the right tools, is able to lift her family out of poverty. Through the Heifer Project International -- Beatrice's family is given a goat that will feed them and enable Beatrice to attend school. Smith-Milway, Katie. One Hen; How One Small Loan Made a Big Difference -The inspirational story of a young boy, Kojo, in Africa who starts...Read more

Philanthropy and Fundraising

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Mortenson, Greg. THREE CUPS OF TEA (Young Adult's Edition) Mortenson, Greg . LISTEN TO THE WIND - The Story of Dr. Greg and Three Cups of Tea - Children's editions of the inspirational true story of Greg Mortenson and his tireless efforts to build schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Also check out his website: Pennies for Peace for information on how your club can be philantrhropists and help educate girls in Pakistan and Afganistan. Perkins,...Read more

Support For the Blind or Visually Impaired

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Ages 4 through 8 Adler, David - A Picture Book of Louis Braille -The true story of Louis Braille, who was blinded in an accident as a child. At age 15 he invented the braille alphabet using raised dots for letters and numbers, creating a new system of reading for the blind. The book includes the alphabet and numbers in braille. Edwards, Nicola - My Friend is Blind - a non-fiction children's book teaching important knowledge about blindness, how...Read more

Habitat For Humanity Books

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Kidd, Ronald. Grandpa's Hammer Kidd, Ronald. Raising the Roof Kidd, Ronald . Building Friends Kidd, Ronald . Doorway to the WorldRead more

Camp Kids Care Books

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Borba, Michele. Parents Do Make a Difference: How to Raise Kids with Solid Character, Strong Minds, and Caring Hearts Carlson, Laurie, and Dammel, Judith. Kids Camp!: Activities for the Backyard or Wilderness Frankel, Fred. Good Friends are Hard to Find Frankel, Fred. 1996. Marano, Hara Estroff. Why Doesn't Anybody Like Me? A Guide to Raising Socially Confident Kids Sabin, Ellen. The Autism Acceptance Book: Being a Friend to Someone with Autism...Read more

Literacy and Dyslexia

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Bradby, Maria. More Than Anything Else - Nine-year-old Booker T. Washington, lives in poverty in a West Virginia settlement after emancipation. He travels by lantern light to the salt works, where he labors from dawn till dusk, shoveling salt with his father and older brother. Although his stomach rumbles, his real hunger is his intense desire to learn to read. Through this fictional account of Booker T. Washington, the joy, the importance and...Read more

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