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Adoption, fostering and parenting

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  1.  Bomji and Spotty's Frightening Adventure

    Bomji and Spotty's Frightening Adventure

    A Story About How to Recover From a Scary Experience

    Anne Westcott and C. C. Alicia Hu, illustrated by Ching-Pang Kuo

    Starring a brave little rabbit named Bomji, this picture book will help children aged 4-10 open up and feel better when a scary thing has happened. After Bomji is frightened by a coyote, his friend Spotty the Cat and the kind Teacher Owl help him to feel like himself again. Includes a guide for grownups and a game to play after reading. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 32pp
  2.  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

    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, 64pp
  3.  Talking with Your Child about Their Autism Diagnosis

    Talking with Your Child about Their Autism Diagnosis

    A Guide for Parents

    Raelene Dundon

    For parents coming to terms with their child's autism diagnosis, this guide is both a practical tool and a source of moral support. Helping you decide who needs to know about the diagnosis and how to explain it, it includes photocopiable worksheets designed to help your child understand what autism is. Learn More
    Nov 2017, 160pp
  4.  Parenting Strategies to Help Adopted and Fostered Children with Their Behaviour

    Parenting Strategies to Help Adopted and Fostered Children with Their Behaviour

    Trauma-Informed Guidance and Action Charts

    Christine Gordon

    Offers straightforward advice for managing common behaviours in children who are traumatized. Designed specifically for adoptive and foster parents, this guide includes visual reference charts of therapeutic parenting strategies and conversation scripts that can be used when caring for a traumatized child. Learn More
    Oct 2017, 192pp
  5.  How Sprinkle Survived the River of Tears

    How Sprinkle Survived the River of Tears

    A Story About Missing Someone You Love

    Anne Westcott and C. C. Alicia Hu, illustrated by Ching-Pang Kuo

    Starring a loveable piglet named Sprinkle, this is a comforting picture book to read with children aged 4-10 who are coming to terms with a loss. Sprinkle's sadness gets so big that it turns into a river, but happy memories give him the strength to pull through and feel better. Includes a guide for grownups and a therapeutic activity. Learn More
    Oct 2017, 32pp
  6.  How Little Coyote Found His Secret Strength

    How Little Coyote Found His Secret Strength

    A Story About How to Get Through Hard Times

    Anne Westcott and C. C. Alicia Hu, illustrated by Ching-Pang Kuo

    In this story of rebuilding confidence after being treated badly, a little coyote who has grown up in a horrible gang learns to see the good in himself. With a unique therapeutic focus on how our emotions feel from a sensory perspective, the book includes a guide for grownups on helping children aged 4-10 overcome identity issues. Learn More
    Oct 2017, 32pp
  7.  You Make Your Parents Super Happy!

    You Make Your Parents Super Happy!

    A book about parents separating

    Richy K Chandler, illustrated by Richy K Chandler

    Explaining why parents decide to separate in simple,understandable language to children, this candid graphic story reassures andcomforts any child whose parents are breaking up. Fully illustrated, withcharacters that any child can relate to, this book is a lifeline during a confusing time. Learn More
    Oct 2017, Hardback, 8.27in x 8.27in / 210mm x 210mm, 36pp, $13.95
    ISBN: 9781785924149
  8. The Simple Guide to Raising Sensitive Boys

    The Simple Guide to Raising Sensitive Boys

    Betsy de Thierry, illustrated by Emma Reeves

    This book simply shows adults how to understand and care for sensitive boys who don't conform to male stereotypes such as 'boys don't cry'. Explaining how to improve children's wellbeing by encouraging them to embrace their individuality, it gives down-to-earth advice on how to help sensitive boys grow up happy and confident. Learn More
    Oct 2017, 80pp
  9.  Rosie Rudey and the Enormous Chocolate Mountain

    Rosie Rudey and the Enormous Chocolate Mountain

    A story about hunger, overeating and using food for comfort

    Sarah Naish and Rosie Jefferies, illustrated by Megan Evans

    Whenever Rosie Rudey gets an empty feeling in her tummy, she'll try to fix it by eating sugary food, especially chocolate. One day Rosie eats far more than she means to, and throws up all over the garden! This is the perfect story to explain to children aged 3-10 the problems of overeating and using food for comfort. Learn More
    Sep 2017, 32pp
  10.  Charley Chatty and the Disappearing Pennies

    Charley Chatty and the Disappearing Pennies

    A story about lying and stealing

    Sarah Naish and Rosie Jefferies, illustrated by Megan Evans

    When Charley Chatty sees pennies, she cannot help herself putting them in to her piggy bank. The problem is, they're not hers! And now her Dad is looking for the missing pennies. What will she do? Thankfully, Dad is good at helping Charley to fix and learn from her mistake. Learn More
    Sep 2017, 32pp

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