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Is “The Giving Tree” about generosity or self-sacrifice? There are plenty of other great books for kids that demonstrate giving in a healthy way. Here are four book recommendations brought to you by your friends at the Pima County Public Library.

“What Is Given from the Heart” by Patricia C. McKissack

“Thank You, Omu!” by Oge Mora

“Ordinary Mary’s Extraordinary Deed” by Emily Pearson

“Strega Nona’s Harvest” by Tomie dePaola

Like these? Be sure to check out the full list at tucne.ws/1iy8.

Visit library.pima.gov for more great reading suggestions and to check out the E-Library.


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