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Sometimes reading a good book can help you figure out how to handle a problem.


The following is a list of books that may be helpful to Liberty parents and students. 

Loudoun County Public Schools and staff are not responsible for the contents of the listed books, nor do Loudoun County Public Schools or staff endorse these books.







How To Lose All Your Friends, by Nancy Carlson


How To Be A Friend, by Laurie and Marc Brown


Making Friends, by Kate Petty and Charlotte Firmin


From Your Old Friends to Your New Friends, by Nuria Roca and Rosa Curto


Three Friends, by Jim and Joan Boulden


What’s the Recipe for Friends?, by Greg Williamson


Big Al, by Andrew Clements


Enemy Pie, by Derek Munson


Solving Problems


Hands Are Not For Hitting, by Martine Agassi


We Can Work It Out, by Barbara Polland


We Can Get Along, by Lauren M. Payne


The Bernstein Bears Get In A Fight, by Stan and Jan Bernstein


The Knight and the Dragon, by Tomie DePaola


Six Crows, by Leo Lionni


The Zax, by Dr. Suess


The Butter Battle, by Dr. Suess


I Don’t Care: Showing Respect, by Brian Moses


Stellaluna, by Jannell Cannon


Verdi, by Jannell Cannon


The Grouchy LadyBug, by Eric Carle


A Pig Is Moving In, by Claudia Fries


Crysanthemum, by Kevin Henkes


Officer Buckle and Gloria, by Peggy Rothman


The Bernstein Bear’s New Neighbors, by Stan and Jan Bernstein


Arnie and The New Kid, by Nancy Carlson


Molly’s Pilgram, by Barbara Cohen


The Patchwork Quilt, by Valerie Flournoy


Teammates, by Peter Golenbock


Treat Me Right: A Book About Respect, by Nancy Loewen


Point Of View


The True Story Of The Three Little Pigs, by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith


Two Bad Ants, by Chris Van Allsburg


The Chinese Mirror, by Mirra Ginsburg


The Hating Book, by Charlotte Zolotow


Hey, Little Ant, by Phillip and Hannah Hoose


When I Feel Angry, by Cornelia Spelman


When Sophie Gets Angry, by Molly Bang


The Very Angry Day That Amy Didn’t Have, by Lawrence Shapiro


Don’t Rant and Rave On Wednesdays, by Adoph Moser


Andrew’s Angry Words, by Dorthea Lachner


Spinky Sulks, by William Steig


Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, by Judith Viorst


Teasing and Bullying


Teasing, by Joy Berry


The Bernstein Bears and Too Much Teasing, by Stan and Jan Berenstein


Stop Picking On Me, by Pat Thomas


The Hundred Dresses, by Estes/Slobodkin


Oliver Button Is A Sissy, by Tomie DePaola


Being Bullied, by Joy Berry


Being Bullied, by Kate Perry and Charlotte Firmin


Loudmouth George and the Sixth Grade Bully, by Nancy Carlson


Bullies Are A Pain In the Brain, by Trevor Romain


Simon’s Hook, by Karen G. Burnett


Appreciating/Respecting Differences


The Sneetches, by Dr. Suess


Just A Little Different, by Mercer Mayer


Two Eyes, A Nose, and a Mouth, by Roberta G. Intrater


Why Am I Different?, by Norma Simon


Families, by Meredith Tax


This Is Our House, by Michael Rosen


A Bad Case Of Stripes, by David Shannon


People, by Peter Spier


Freedom Summer, by Deborah Wiles


Teammates, by Peter Golenbock


Amazing Grace, by Mary Hoffman


Eggbert the Slightly Cracked Egg, by Tom Ross


Loudmouth George and the New Neighbors, by Nancy Carlson




Roses Are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink, by Diane DeGroat


The Velveteen Rabbit, by Margery Williams


A Chair For My Mother, by Vera Williams


Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughter, by John Steptoe


Two Good Friends, by Judy Delton


The Hurt, by Teddi Doleski