Ezra's Invisible Backpack

Ezra's Invisible Backpack

Ezra's Invisible Backpack

Ezra's Invisible Backpack

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Overview

Ezra may be smiling on the outside, but that doesn't mean he's smiling on the inside. He enjoys having a casual conversation in the hall with his classmates, but when it comes time to ask to join their game of soccer or sit by them at lunch, Ezra freezes up and doesn't know what to say. Instead, he hides his nose in a book and says nothing.

Until the day his teacher explains about having an invisible backpack. The invisible backpack that can be filled with brick...by brick...throughout your day without anyone knowing that there's anything wrong. How many bricks are in Ezra's backpack? The only way to find out is to ask.

This picture book shows us that kindness and communication with those around us can go a long way in making our classmates feel accepted. The invisible backpack is a helpful tool for children to utilize in their daily lives when trying to better express their emotions. A fantastic book for parents, teachers, and counselors alike!


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781734319583
Publisher: BiblioKid Publishing
Publication date: 05/25/2021
Pages: 34
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.10(d)
Age Range: 7 - 11 Years

About the Author

Dina Rock, an elementary school educator for the past 31 years, has been teaching the love of literature to her students throughout her career. She believes learning through literature is key for students to understand themselves as well as the world around them. After noticing a lack of stories that include beneficial tools for children to begin building a healthy mind, she decided to write her own. Hannah Cohen, a recent graduate of New York University, focused on Child & Adolescent Mental Health throughout her studies. She believes learning through literature is key for students to understand themselves as well as the world around them. After noticing a lack of stories that include beneficial tools for children to begin building a healthy mind, she decided to write her own.
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