I Can Be Anything
Follow a little girl as she dreams of the wonderful job she could have when she grows up! This book features bright, colorful images and simple text to engage children and leave them feeling confident in themselves and their developing reading skills!
Life in Numbers: Managing Time
Featuring TIME For Kids content, this nonfiction reader breaks down a typical day to evaluate how we spend our time. This high-interest title will keep students engaged in reading as they build their critical literacy skills.
Lizzie is an inquisitive young girl who wants to be a pilot someday. Throughout the book, readers will be intrigued by the fanciful illustrations while reading about a young girl who will stop at nothing to achieve her goal.
Victoria would rather play football than be a cheerleader, and her stepbrother would rather be a cheerleader than play football in this realistic fiction book featuring full-color illustrations, compelling text, and chapter format.
Yay! You Failed!
Help young kids learn how to set goals, overcome challenges, and feel good about their efforts.
Get Organized Without Losing It
Popular how-to guide offers practical, humorous help for kids who want to manage their tasks, time, and stuff.
How to Do Homework Without Throwing Up
Revised classic provides a humor-filled take on a sickening subject-homework-updated to address modern issues such as technology
See You Later, Procrastinator!: (Get It Done)
Give kids lots of ways to kick the procrastination habit and feel more in charge of their lives.
Respect and Take Care of Things
Best-selling book for young children on respect, responsibility, and stewardship.
Respect and Take Care of Things / Respetar y cuidar las cosas
Best-selling book for young children on respect, responsibility, and stewardship, in a bilingual English-Spanish edition
The Survival Guide for Money Smarts: Earn, Save, Spend, Give
Practical advice and ideas every kid can use to set and reach responsible money goals
Dream On!: A book about possibilities
Help children strengthen their imaginations, think about the future, and work toward goals.
Zach Hangs In There
Picture book that teaches kids how to persevere when things get difficult through positive self-talk
Mindset Power: A Kid's Guide to Growing Better Every Day
Positive, practical, you-can-do-it advice to help kids of all abilities achieve their goals and build a growth mindset.
What Do You Really Want?: How to Set a Goal and Go for It! A Guide for Teens
Help teens take control of their goals and achieve what they really want with this updated edition of a popular guide
In My Feelings: A Teen Guide to Discovering What You Feel So You Can Decide What to Do
Give teens the tools to decipher their emotions, understand themselves, and improve their lives.
Dream Up Now ™: The Teen Journal for Creative Self-Discovery
This guided journal for creative self-expression allows teens to explore emotions, create art, and envision life's possibilities.
Blaze Your Own Trail: Ideas for Teens to Find and Pursue Your Purpose
Empower teens to build their own paths with strategies that encourage self-discovery, autonomy, and connection.
What Could I Be?
It is career day at James's school. After helping his friends decide on careers, he knows what he is meant to do. Introduce the concept of jobs and careers to early readers with this beautifully illustrated picture book.
Many Kinds of Goals
A young Jamaican girl makes a goal to help dolphins. How will she achieve this goal? Teach students about setting goals with this fiction book that supports early fluent readers on their journey to independent reading.
Alex has dreams of becoming a basketball star. But as the shortest kid on the team, she's struggling. She needs to get tall…fast! Or does she?
Girls aren't allowed to act in Shakespeare's London, so Bess pretends to be a boy to get a role. When it's show time, can she let her parents-and the Globe-know it's her?
Puedo hacer cualquier cosa
A little girl uses her imagination to dream of all the things she can be and do when she grows up. You can read the book and dream along with her. Soon you will also say, I can be anything!" This book has been translated into Spanish."
La vida en números: La administración del tiempo
Featuring TIME For Kids content, this Spanish reader breaks down a typical day to evaluate how we spend our time. This high-interest title will keep students engaged in reading as they build their critical literacy skills.