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Just Because… A Story Book About Self-Acceptance

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$10.99

We all have differences, but once you step into the class of Ms. Freckle – the nicest teacher of them all, there’s no need to worry! Just Because… is a feel-good story about accepting who we are and finding the courage to be who we are despite what others may think. Viewed from the teacher’s perspective giving children the realization that adults have insecurities too.

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Description

Book 1 of 3 in the Ms. Freckle School Story Collection Series

A beautiful, positive, and wonderfully illustrated children’s story that encourages children not to judge others. Embracing self-acceptance and self-love.

Ms. Freckle has a secret she’s worried that her students will laugh at, but the students try to show her there’s nothing to fear – or is there?

What could her secret be?

We all have differences, but once you step into the class of Ms. Freckle – the nicest teacher of them all, there’s no need to worry! Just Because… is a feel-good story about accepting who we are and finding the courage to be who we are despite what others may think. Viewed from the teacher’s perspective giving children the realization that adults have insecurities too.

Just Because… embraces the acceptance of ourselves and others while identifying that our circumstances do not define us. Just Because you wear glasses does not mean you’re a nerd and Just Because you may be short does not mean you can’t play sports. We can do anything!

  • Great book for parents; an exciting and fun school story
  • Great book for librarians and teachers; reading stories about accepting differences
  • Great book to discuss disability awareness, friendship, and more
  • Great multicultural representation of diversity and inclusion
  • Fun self-reflective activity inside 

Additional information

Dimensions 7.5 × 9.25 × .08 in

1 review for Just Because… A Story Book About Self-Acceptance

  1. Laura Knight

    A funny, sweet story that has deep meaning when you think about it (even as an adult reading). Nobody is perfect and it’s not fun being judged. I was not expecting the story to have a such a strong message at the end. When you have a full understanding of the author’s background and her passion to write– the book has a great lesson for everyone! At first I laughed reading about the Teacher’s quaking; but then towards the end of the story, I realized the ‘quak’ is a metaphor for personal insecurities (and finding self-acceptance). You have to read it! The story sticks to you and makes a great conversation piece.

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