In a series of personal essays, prominent journalist and LGBTQIA+ activist George M. Johnson explores his childhood, adolescence, and college years in New Jersey and Virginia. From the memories of get..
An Emotional Menagerie is an emotional glossary for children. A book of 26 rhyming verses, arranged alphabetically, that bring our feelings to life - Anger, Boredom, Curiosity, Dreaminess, Embarrassme..
Do you have problems with anxiety? The Anxious Teen Survival Guide is a much-needed, go-to guide to help you finally break free from the worry and ruminations that can get in the way of reaching your ..
Aroha knows that nature is there for you and for me. Spending time out in nature makes her feel all kinds of wonderful emotions. Throughout Aroha Knows, Aroha and her friends experience our amazing wo..
When a sky calf visits the Hospital for Magical Beasts out of the blue, Dr Astrid tries to diagnose the newcomer and apply her usual treatments. But the sky calf doesn't respond and it isn't clear wha..
Edward is anxious to start knight-school. He puts on his armour, and prepares for battle. It's sure to be terrifying with all those ogres and dragons about. But at school, Edward is befriended by an o..
Desmond is Amazing is a drag-kid, model, fashion icon, and social justice activist. When he isn't slaying on the catwalk or performing drag, he's an outspoken anti-bullying and LGBTQ advocate. In this..
Billy Bear and the New Baby is a delightful story from Miriam Moss, author of I Forgot to Say I Love You. With charming, classic style illustrations from Anna Currey, this is a perfect book for famili..
Sometimes Bipolar Bear finds himself at the bright North Pole or the dreary South Pole. Using tools he finds either on his own or with the help of his family, he's able to make his way back to his hom..
A friendly and reassuring guide for boys as they approach puberty, explaining the changes that will happen to their bodies as they grow up and how these changes might make them feel. Covering everythi..
Read aloud and breathe along with this sweet story teaching children how to navigate powerful emotions like anger, fear, sadness, confusion, anxiety, and loneliness. With rhythmic writing and engaging..
Kids can find the world we live in daunting and a bit scary. There's just so much going on with climate change, social media and pressures to work out what it is you want to do in life - even at this ..
Mindfulness is a big word for a simple idea - it is paying attention, with care, to one moment at a time. The perfect introduction to mindfulness, this box of 40 cards teaches children how to be mindf..
CRANKY UNLCES VS. CLIMATE CHANGE combines humor, cartoons, and science to make sense of the public controversy about climate change. We all have a family member who thinks they know better than the wo..
Boys and girls everywhere have been finding their awesome and daring to be themselves thanks to bestselling author Matthew Syed. Now he's created an interactive journal full of life hacks, challenges ..
Grumpy old Mrs Gooseberry from next door has lost her love. "I didn't know you could lose love," says Ella. So she begins her quest to find out what love looks like and how she can help Mrs Gooseberry..
Playful words lead you into this beautiful children's book and invite you to celebrate our gifts, our weaknesses, our differences and our sameness. Fitch displays her wit and mastery of words in quick..
Confidence is the ultimate secret to success and a happy life, and many parents struggle with how to inspire confidence in their girls, who are bombarded with so many confidence-eroding messages by th..
Meet Finn the fisherman and his dog, Skip, in this illustrated story book for young children that teaches them about plastic pollution and recycling.All Finn wants is to catch a nice, tasty fish for h..
With more than 600 pages and heaps of cartoons, Girl Stuff has everything girls need to know about: friends, body changes, shopping, clothes, make-up, pimples (arrghh), sizes, hair, earning money, guy..
Elaine feels scared of everything, and she doesn't always know why . . . but she doesn't want to miss out on all the exciting things her friends get to do. Luckily for Elaine, her best friend Lou is h..
Ages 3 to 5 years. Join Katie Kate in the second instalment of this unique educational series as she teaches a young boy how to deal with his diabetes. When Andrew starts feeling funny after a day at ..
With a Jon Klassen appeal, Steve Antony is the one to watch. The green lizards and the red rectangles are at war. They fight and fight and fight - can there ever be a way to live peacefully together?..
Help children, aged 7 plus, build their resilience with this accessible and fun guide. This book is packed with fun and varied ways for children to improve positivity, confidence and mental wellbeing ..
his book prepares boys for what to expect from puberty and offers advice on what they can do to cope with the physical, psychological and emotional changes and stay happy and confident as they go thro..
With a focus on staying happy and confident, this book covers all the topics that girls want to find out about: moods and feelings, periods, what happens to boys as they grow up, diet, eating disorder..
Carol McCloud is taking the bucket filling message to the next level. Not only does she talk about new levels of bucket filling and bucket dipping, but this book goes into depth about how to put a lid..
The Happy Book is a playful, warm and inviting activity picture book to encourage children to pay attention to their moods, and learn to express their thoughts and feelings rather than hide them away...
Our minds are beautifully complicated and brilliant machines. For much of our lives, these machines run hugely efficiently with minimal maintenance. However, just like our other organs, they do requir..
This heartwarming book encourages positive behavior by using the concept of an invisible bucket to show children how easy and rewarding it is to express kindness, appreciation and love by "filling buc..
We all experience emotions and emotions are absolutely fine as long as we know what to do with them. Feelings arrive effortlessly enough but deciding what to do with them when they turn isn't so easy ..