Learn – Respect

Learn together about this month’s trait, which is aligned with your child’s school PACE character education program.

Explore this month’s character trait through these books available from the Spokane County Library District:

Spokane County Library Suggests…
September Reading List

Respect: Recognizing, considering and properly honoring the worth of one’s self and others. 

Just Ask! Be Different, Be Brave, Be You / Sonia Sotomayor, illustrated by Rafael Lopez (2019)
Yasmin the Friend / Saadia Faruqi, illustrated by Hatem Aly (2020)
Come Sit With Me: Making Friends on the Buddy Bench / Tina Gallo, illustrated by Luke Séquin-Magee (2019)
Rocket Out of the Park / Andrea Cascardi, illustrated by The Jim Henson Company (2019)

Read aloud:
A kid is a kid is a kid / Sarah O’Leary (2021)
What happened to you? James Catchpole (2021)

Grades 3-5 
Jake the fake goes for laughs / Craig Robinson, Adam Mansbach ; art by Keith Knight
The friendship war / Andrew Clements (2019)
Meena meets her match / by Karla Manternach ; illustrated by Rayner Alencar. (2019)
Act / by Kayla Miller. (2020)

Middle School

Black brother, black brother / Jewell Parker Rhodes.(2020)
The Class / Frances O’Roark Dowell. (2019)
Count me in : a novel / by Varsha Bajaj. (2019)
Don’t Judge Me / Lisa Schroeder (2021)
Maybe he just likes you / Barbara Dee (2019)
The New Kid / Jerry Craft (2019)
Unteachables/ Gordon Korman  (2019)

High School

Enduring freedom / Jawad Arash and Trent Reedy (2021)
How to build a heart / Maria Padian (2020)
Rules for being a girl / Candace Bushnell and Katie Cotugno (2020)
Superman: Dawnbreaker / Matt de la Pena (2019)
What I carry/ Jennifer Longo (2020)


This list is provided by Spokane County Library District librarians. Author and book suggestions do not necessarily constitute an endorsement by PACE of the author, the entire book content or inherent concepts, or any related organizations or individuals.