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How Do I Stand in Your Shoes?

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Miranda Peabody had no patience for the other students in class and just didn't understand why they couldn't be as smart and talented as she was. Her teacher, Mrs. Klemp, suggested that she try to understand other people by "standing in their shoes." After much searching, she learns the true meaning of "standing in someone else's shoes" and having empathy for others. This ...more
Paperback, 38 pages
Published January 30th 2006 by YouthLight, Inc. (first published January 2006)
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Megan Cureton
This book is a must have in your classroom library! I read this book for a read aloud in a second grade classroom and my students loved every minute of it. They were all ears the whole time and you could tell they wanted to hear more after reading page after page. I would recommend reading this book in the beginning of the year, mainly because the children are just starting to meet each other and know each other. Miranda Peabody had zero patience with her classmates and thought she was so much ...more
Allie Pierskalla
Dec 10, 2014 Allie Pierskalla rated it it was amazing
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This is a must read at the beginning of the year. We have all heard of standing in someone's shoes, but do kids understand what that means? I will have this story in my library to read to all students at the beginning of the year.
Mary Dye
This book was read to my class during Guidance time. This was an interesting book to read because it was all about empathy and how to be empathetic. It was cool to listen to empathy being brought down to an elementary level so that they could really understand what it is and how to be empathetic.
Aug 11, 2008 Natalie rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: parents with conceited children
conceited girl learns some empathy

not one of my favorites, but does have some redeeming characteristics
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This is a good book to teach children about being in someone else's position.
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