We are all unique and we all have the power to speak up—with our words, our actions, and our voices. In this picture book, simple words and fun illustrations help to teach and empower young readers to speak up when they see an injustice and say something to help make changes to make the world a better place. Suitable for the primary classroom, “Say Something!” can be used as a read-aloud to explore the idea of taking action to help make a change in our community and to initiate classroom conversations around how children can contribute to positive school culture and speak up against bullying. Teachers can use this resource to support the idea that every voice matters, and to encourage students to think about how they can be the change they want to see in the world. Log in to read the full review.