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February - Supporting Others

Starting April 2021 and lasting for one year, each month the Scappoose Public Library will spotlight a new social-emotional skill for early learners. From empathy to responsibility to resiliency, we'll focus on some most important skills for your little one to practice. We'll have books to read together, activities for kids to explore, and information for parents. Thank you to the NW Early Learning Hub for a generous grant which will help fund this endeavor! February is dedicated to Supporting Others.

February is for Supporting Others

"Speak your mind even though your voice shakes." - Eleanor Roosevelt

Books about Supporting Others:

  • Bear Feels Sick by Karma Wilson
  • The Boy in the Orange Cape by Adam Ciccio
  • The Bug Girl (a true story) by Sophia Spencer
  • Clem and Crab by Fiona Lumbers
  • The Farmer by Ximo Abadia
  • Geraldine and the Anti-Bullying Shield by Sol Regwan
  • Get Up, Stand Up by Cedella Marley
  • I Am A Kindness Hero by Jennifer Adams
  • I'll Always Hold Your Hand by Guido Van Genechten
  • La Casa De Algún Día by Julia Durango
  • Lunch Box Bully by Hans Wilhelm
  • Nook by Sally Anne Garland
  • One by Kathryn Otoshi
  • Oona by Kelly Dipucchio
  • Palo Y Piedra/ Stick and Stone by Beth Ferry
  • Quill Soup by Alan Durant
  • Shady Baby by Gabrielle Union-Wade and Dwyane Wade Jr
  • Super Manny Stands Up! by Kelly DiPucchio
  • Una Gran Ayuda by Daniel Fehr
  • When You Need a Friend by Suzanne Chiew

Engage with your child about Supporting Others:

  • Talk with your child about what bullying looks like and what they should do if they see someone who is being bullied. Let them know that in this situation it's important for them to tell a trusted adult what is happening.
  • Role-play with your child so they have practice with what to do in different situations. What if their friend is the one doing the bullying? What should they say? Who should they tell if they see someone being bullied on the playground? Try out a a variety of scenarios.
  • Discuss with your child different ways to be a good friend, especially when someone is hurting. Give examples of ways you support your friends when they are in need.

Previous Social-Emotional Learning Themes

Hours & Contact Information

52469 SE 2nd Street 
Scappoose, OR 97056

PO Box 400 
Scappoose, OR 97056

Monday            10:00-6:00
Tuesday            10:00-8:00
Wednesday    10:00-8:00
Thursday         10:00-8:00
Friday                10:00-6:00
Saturday          10:00-3:00
Sunday              Closed

Curbside pickup available.



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Library2go eBooks and digital audio books are now listed in the library catalog!

Search the catalog for digital titles or click on the image above to go directly to the site.

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Logo of a train made out of books.

Columbia County is participating in Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.  Kids 0-5 years old can be signed-up to receive a FREE book every month in the mail.   The program is designed to encourage a love of reading from an early age.  

You can sign your child up for the Imagination Library by clicking the image above.