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  1. Mud Boy

    Mud Boy

    A Story about Bullying

    Sarah Siggs. With notes by Pooky Knightsmith., illustrated by Amy Crosby

    This illustrated story is designed to be read with children aged 5+ who have experienced or seen bullying or teasing. Sam's story gently evokes how it feels to be bullied and shows how talking to other people helps. It is a great discussion starter for kids and adults, and empowers children to see how they can change things for the better. Learn More
    2019, Hardback, 8.50in x 8.43in / 216mm x 214mm, 48pp, CA$21.95
    ISBN: 9781785928703
  2. A-Z of Being the Best Leader You Can Be

    A-Z of Being the Best Leader You Can Be

    Leading Through the Alphabet

    Yvonne Bleam, illustrated by Kat Stahl

    Learn all about good leadership with Alex the accepting leader, Vivian the virtuous leader and the rest of the gang! Far from your average A-Z, this book for children aged 8-11 contains 26 stories that each explore a different leadership quality and is full of fun activities and exercises to help reiterate the concepts. Learn More
    2016, Hardback, 9.76in x 7.13in / 248mm x 181mm, 176pp, CA$27.95
    ISBN: 9781785927089
    2016, Ebook, ePUB, 176pp, CA$27.95
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-272-0
  3. 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
  4. Children's Rights and Power

    Children's Rights and Power

    Charging Up for a New Century

    Mary John

    Examining children's rights from a global perspective, Mary John considers how children experience power, being powerful and the transformation of power relationships. She explores this issue, comparing the situation of children to that of powerless minority groups and asking why children are rarely included in debates on social accountability. Learn More
    2003, Hardback, 9.45in x 6.30in / 240mm x 160mm, 304pp, CA$122.00
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-658-4
    2003, Paperback / softback, 9.09in x 6.10in / 231mm x 155mm, 304pp, CA$45.95
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-659-1
    2003, Ebook, PDF, 304pp, CA$45.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-027-6

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