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  1. My Dad Thinks I’m a Boy?!

    My Dad Thinks I’m a Boy?!

    A Trans Positive Children's Book

    Sophie Labelle

    A comic style children's book that tells the story of Stephie, a 7-year-old transgender girl, whose Dad is still struggling to recognize and accept her gender. It portrays a powerful message for children aged 6-9, that no one else other than ourselves gets to decide who we are. Learn More
    Feb 2020, Hardback, 9.29in x 6.77in / 236mm x 172mm, 48pp, AU$21.99
    ISBN: 9781787752214
  2. Super Shamlal - Living and Learning with Pathological Demand Avoidance

    Super Shamlal - Living and Learning with Pathological Demand Avoidance

    K. I. Al-Ghani, illustrated by Haitham Al-Ghani

    This illustrated storybook explains Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome (PDA) through Shamlal the Camel, and her avoidance of even the simplest task. It allows children with PDA to recognise and support their additional needs. A helpful introduction for parents/carers and appendices with strategies to be used at home and in school are included. Learn More
    2019, Hardback, 8.74in x 11.18in / 222mm x 284mm, 72pp, AU$32.99
    ISBN: 9781787750562
  3. You Be You!

    You Be You!

    The Kid’s Guide to Gender, Sexuality, and Family

    Jonathan Branfman, illustrated by Julie Benbassat

    This is an educational children's book for ages 7-11 that makes gender identity, romantic orientation, and family diversity easy to explain to children. Charming illustrations help children engage with concepts such as intersectionality, discrimination, privilege and allyship in a comprehensible and respectful manner. Learn More
    2019, Hardback, 8.74in x 5.51in / 222mm x 140mm, 80pp, AU$28.99
    ISBN: 9781787750104
  4. I Have a Question about Cancer

    I Have a Question about Cancer

    Clear Answers for All Kids, including Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other Special Needs

    Arlen Grad Gaines and Meredith Englander Polsky

    Considering the questions a child might have if a loved one has cancer, it gently offers answers to them using straightforward text and clear illustrations. Perfect for children aged 5-11 with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other special needs, or for concrete or visual learners. Learn More
    2019, Hardback, 8.50in x 8.35in / 216mm x 212mm, 48pp, AU$23.99
    ISBN: 9781785926945
  5. Me and My PDA

    Me and My PDA

    A Guide to Pathological Demand Avoidance for Young People

    Glòria Durà-Vilà and Tamar Levi

    A PDA diagnosis can be confusing for parents and children alike. This beautiful picture book helps children understand their diagnosis, develop self-awareness and implement personalised problem-solving strategies. A clear and gentle guide to complicated issues, complete with interactive exercises and engaging full-colour illustrations. Learn More
    2018, 144pp
  6. My Book about Brains, Change and Dementia

    My Book about Brains, Change and Dementia

    What is Dementia and What Does it Do?

    Lynda Moore, illustrated by George Haddon

    Explains the complex concepts of dementia, such as brain function, disease progression and death to pre-school aged children in a direct and age-appropriate way, as well as exploring children's feelings about these issues. This book caters for children aged 4+ who have a loved one at any stage of dementia. Learn More
    2018, 48pp
  7. The Giant from Nowhere

    The Giant from Nowhere

    Frances Dickens, illustrated by Peter Hudspith

    Can a Giant from Nowhere learn how to belong in the village of Somewhere, even though he's so much bigger than everyone else? This fun and uplifting tale helps children aged 5-8 to think about inclusivity and difference. With flexible lesson plans and creative activities, it is ideal for both children and those who teach or care for them. Learn More
    2018, 56pp
  8. Phoenix Goes to School

    Phoenix Goes to School

    A Story to Support Transgender and Gender Diverse Children

    Michelle and Phoenix Finch, illustrated by Sharon Davey

    Phoenix wants to wear her favourite purple dress to express her gender, but she is scared of being bullied on her first day of school. Follow Phoenix's journey as she arrives at school, makes some friends, stands up for herself, and helps us learn to be true to who we really are. Learn More
    2018, 40pp
  9. Super Coach Arty vs. The Shadow

    Super Coach Arty vs. The Shadow

    Taking the Fear out of Failure

    Lorraine Thomas, illustrated by Simon Greaves

    Meet Arty. He's a super coach, here to help you achieve your very best. Giving the guidance you need for issues like your upcoming maths test, to dealing with the mean kids on the playground, there's nothing Arty can't help you with. Ideal for helping children manage their thoughts and improve their self-esteem. Learn More
    2018, Hardback, 9.96in x 7.17in / 253mm x 182mm, 64pp, AU$25.99
    ISBN: 9781785924415
    2018, Ebook, PDF, 40pp, AU$25.99
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-815-9
  10. Ellie Jelly and the Massive Mum Meltdown

    Ellie Jelly and the Massive Mum Meltdown

    A Story About When Parents Lose Their Temper and Want to Put Things Right

    Sarah Naish, illustrated by Kath Grimshaw

    Ellie Jelly is grumpy - she's very hungry for breakfast but mum is busy with her baby sister. When Ellie spills milk all over the floor Mum shouts and says mean things. Will they ever be friends again? A simple, reassuring story to help children aged 3-7 and parents to talk about what happens when people lose their temper. Learn More
    2018, 32pp

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