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  1.  When Are You Going to Get a Proper Job?

    When Are You Going to Get a Proper Job?

    Parenting and the Creative Muse

    Richy K. Chandler, illustrated by Richy K. Chandler

    As a parent and graphic artist, Tariq finds himself stuck in a cycle of guilt, torn between quality time with his family and creative time in the studio. This beautifully illustrated comic humorously and helpfully looks at how to keep your creative muse happy while fulfilling the other important roles in your life. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 112pp
  2.  What Does Consent Really Mean?

    What Does Consent Really Mean?

    Pete Wallis, Thalia Wallis, illustrated by Joseph Wilkins

    The serious issue of sexual consent is discussed in a graphic novel format that depicts the conversation of teenagers aged 13-18 and their personal feelings on the subject. The comic book story is accompanied by sexual health resources for students and teachers including PSHE practitioners and international equivalents. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 64pp
  3.  Forgiveness is Really Strange

    Forgiveness is Really Strange

    Marina Cantacuzino and Masi Noor. Art by Sophie Standing.

    Illustrating what forgiveness means to different people and how it can be embraced for positive change, this comic explores the key aspects of forgiveness and the impact it can have on the mind and psyche. Learn More
    Sep 2017, Hardback, 7.28in x 5.28in / 185mm x 134mm, 64pp, $7.99
    ISBN: 9781785921247
  4.  Pain is Really Strange

    Pain is Really Strange

    Steve Haines. Art by Sophie Standing.

    Understanding pain is a very good way of relieving it. This engaging, funny, and highly original research-based graphic book explains the nature of pain and how you can effectively relieve pain by changing your mind's habits. Learn More
    Jun 2017, Hardback, 9.06in x 6.69in / 230mm x 170mm, 40pp, $24.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84819-366-6
    2015, Paperback / softback, 9.06in x 6.69in / 230mm x 170mm, 32pp, $14.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84819-264-5
    2015, Ebook, PDF, 32pp, $14.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85701-212-8
  5.  Lisa and the Lacemaker - The Graphic Novel

    Lisa and the Lacemaker - The Graphic Novel

    Kathy Hoopmann. Art and adaptation by Mike Medaglia

    Lisa, a girl with Asperger Syndrome, has a vivid imagination, but even she couldn't have dreamt up the secrets of her Great Aunt Hannah and the mysterious Lacemaker. Follow Lisa in this graphic novel edition of Kathy Hoopmann's curious tale, as she sets out to discover the truth about Great Aunt Hannah's past. Learn More
    2017, 80pp
  6.  Not My Shame

    Not My Shame

    T.O. Walker

    This striking graphic novel gives an insider's view of the trauma caused by childhood sexual exploitation. It tackles complex issues, including victim-blaming, traumatic memory and dissociation, but is ultimately hopeful, showing how victims can be good parents and come to terms with their past through therapy, art and caring relationships. Learn More
    2016, Paperback / softback, 9.84in x 6.93in / 250mm x 176mm, 72pp, $19.99
    ISBN: 9781785921841
    2016, Ebook, PDF, 72pp, $19.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85701-294-4
  7. The Yellow Monkey Emperor’s Classic of Chinese Medicine

    The Yellow Monkey Emperor’s Classic of Chinese Medicine

    Damo Mitchell and Spencer Hill. Artwork by Spencer Hill.

    Learn and remember the syndromes of Chinese medicine, their causes, symptoms and treatment protocols with these witty cartoons, rich with Daoist in-jokes. Each cartoon tells the story of an animal seeking diagnosis from a wise animal sage and is accompanied by a concise, clear analysis of the associated syndrome. Learn More
    2016, 272pp
  8.  Something Different About Dad

    Something Different About Dad

    How to Live with Your Amazing Asperger Parent

    Kirsti Evans and John Swogger, illustrated by John Swogger

    Sophie and Daniel's Dad is different. Join them as they learn the reasons behind his difficulty with communication, flexible thinking, sensory and motor skills and anxiety, and find ways to make family life easier for everyone. This warm and honest comic is perfect for any family with a parent on the autism spectrum. Learn More
    2016, 152pp
  9.  What are you staring at?

    What are you staring at?

    A Comic About Restorative Justice in Schools

    Pete Wallis and Joseph Wilkins

    Created for use in schools, this comic follows the story of Jake and Ryan's playground conflict and its eventual resolution through a restorative meeting with their teacher. Jake and Ryan's story teaches children aged 8-13 the principles and benefits of restorative justice. A resource section for teachers is also included. Learn More
    2016, 36pp
  10.  At War with Yourself

    At War with Yourself

    A Comic about Post-Traumatic Stress and the Military

    Samuel C. Williams

    An honest conversation between Samuel C. Williams and his friend, Matt, who has PTSD. Explaining his symptoms and the impact they have had on his life, Matt shares how he has leant to cope with the condition and set himself on a new career path. This comic will be a source of support for anyone affected by PTSD. Learn More
    2016, 32pp

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