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I want all of our students to see themselves as the main character in their story! It's important for children to see themselves in literature - whether that means seeing characters in books who wear glasses or hijab, who speak another language at home, who struggle with anxiety or depression, or who experience anything that makes them feel different - and to see all of their differences treated with care and respect. Books are a window to the world. What a child sees through that window has a profound impact on how he or she perceives the world. Seeing themselves and their classmates - with all of their differences - positively reflected in literature builds connection to and a greater understanding of their community.

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I want all of our students to see themselves as the main character in their story! It's important for children to see themselves in literature - whether that means seeing characters in books who wear glasses or hijab, who speak another language at home, who struggle with anxiety or depression, or who experience anything that makes them feel different - and to see all of their differences treated with care and respect. Books are a window to the world. What a child sees through that window has a profound impact on how he or she perceives the world. Seeing themselves and their classmates - with all of their differences - positively reflected in literature builds connection to and a greater understanding of their community.

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