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Emelia Understands Equality, Fair ≠ Equal by Jeff Tucker wins Counselor's Choice Award

Emelia Understands Equality by Jeff Daniel Tucker, a Licensed Professional Counselor, has officially been approved as a winner of Counselor's Choice Award. What does it mean to have equality? Emelia Understands Equity explores the concept of fairness among children. After Emelia becomes upset about the "unfairness" of the testing accommodations her classmates receive, she learns a valuable lesson about equity - that what is fair is not always what is equal. With vivid illustr

Building Resiliency in Youth Series

Kat McGrady, Ed.D., LCPC, NCC with her book Building Resiliency in Youth is our latest award winner. Our youth are growing up in unprecedented times. They have seen global tensions, a worldwide pandemic and upheaval to the safeties embedded in their daily lives, national friction and violence, social media and the impact of advanced technology, and ongoing conflict interweaving between these macro matters. While trying to make sense of the world around them, our children and

Our next winner: Navigating Friendships series

The “Navigating Friendships” series by Jennifer Licate Our latest award winner, Jennifer Licate, has been a school counselor for over a decade. She has the benefit of working with both young elementary children all the way up through high school. She creates, along with her illustrator Suzanne Beaky, books published by Boys Town Press. Her quick read chapter book series is perfect for readers 9-12 and help kids trying to navigate the challenges of growing up. She has been a

Freddie the Fly book series wins our next Counselor's Choice Award by Kim Delude, MA, CCC-SLP

Our latest award winner is the book series Freddie the Fly created by Kimberly Delude, MA, CCC-SLP (ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology). Working for over six years in the public schools she has helped countless children improve their social and language skills through fun activities that don’t feel like learning. Her self-published therapy series, Fairy Tales 2.0, was the 2020 Massachusetts State Clinical Achievement Award recipient. She has