There aren’t enough books about perfectionism so I am thankful this one exists. It’s actually a short chapter book but it’s short enough for you to read in sessions or to let a student borrow. It captures some of the common parts of perfectionism: comparison, procrastination, and avoidance.
I think because it is a chapter book, kids really get the opportunity to connect and relate to the main character Sally. This means when, at the end, she’s able to overcome her perfectionism and move forward, kids connect with and can internalize this as well!