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Heightened Sensitivity: How Do You Measure Up?

By Erin Frankel, author of the Weird series Height. Let’s talk about it. We’ve heard it a thousand times before, but it never hurts to remind ourselves and the children we love that people come in all different shapes and … Continue reading

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Kids and Food Allergy Awareness

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, many people are affected by pollen allergies in May. They sniffle, sneeze, grumble, and spend lots of money on antihistamines to help them get through spring. May also brings us Food Allergy Awareness Week (May … Continue reading

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Newsworthy Stands Against Bullying

October may be National Bullying Prevention Month, but September’s news was full of wonderful stories about kids working to curtail bullying and help manage the negative effect it has on their peers. All over the United States, and in many … Continue reading

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Speak Up to Bullying

By Scott Cooper, author of Speak Up and Get Along! One day my eleven-year-old son Jackson walked into our kitchen at the end of a long school day without his usual carefree cheerfulness. He was withdrawn and didn’t want to … Continue reading

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