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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, £10.99
    ISBN: 9781785928703
  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
    2017, Hardback, 9.33in x 6.89in / 237mm x 175mm, 64pp, £14.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84819-330-7
    2017, Ebook, PDF, 56pp, £14.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85701-285-2
  3. Remembering Lucy

    Remembering Lucy

    A Story about Loss and Grief in a School

    Sarah Helton, illustrated by Anna Novy

    An illustrated story book that will help children with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) aged 3+ come to terms with loss. The clear hand-drawn artwork on each page will help children comprehend the complex process of grief and bereavement, making it perfect for use in SEND classrooms. Learn More
    2017, Hardback, 9.72in x 9.69in / 247mm x 246mm, 40pp, £12.99
    ISBN: 9781785923074
    2017, Ebook, PDF, 40pp, £12.99
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-614-8
  4. I Have a Question about Death

    I Have a Question about Death

    A Book for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder or Other Special Needs

    Arlen Grad Gaines and Meredith Englander Polsky

    "What does it mean when someone dies?" "Why did someone I love have to die?" This book asks questions like these that a child might have about death before offering answers. It uses straightforward text and clear illustrations to explain what death means specifically to children with ASD and other Special Needs aged 5-11. Learn More
    2017, Hardback, 8.58in x 8.39in / 218mm x 213mm, 40pp, £9.99
    ISBN: 9781785927508
    2017, Ebook, PDF, 40pp, £9.99
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-545-5
  5. 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
  6. The Cookbook for Children with Special Needs

    The Cookbook for Children with Special Needs

    Learning a Life Skill with Fun, Tasty, Healthy Recipes

    Deborah French, illustrated by Leah Ehrlich

    This fully-illustrated book introduces children with special needs to the fundamentals of food preparation, healthy eating and cookery skills. Recipes pitched at three increasing levels of difficulty cover a wide range of skills making the book suitable for all abilities. The importance of health and safety is emphasised throughout. Learn More
    Dec 2045, Hardback, 9.92in x 6.46in / 252mm x 164mm, 200pp, £14.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-538-3
    2015, Ebook, PDF, 200pp, £14.99
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-156-3
  7. Improving Access to Further and Higher Education for Young People in Public Care

    Improving Access to Further and Higher Education for Young People in Public Care

    European Policy and Practice

    Sonia Jackson and Claire Cameron

    Across Europe young people in care are around five times less likely to attend tertiary education than those who have not been in care. Drawing extensively on a substantial three-year long research project led by the authors, this book provides a comprehensive account of this shocking discrepancy and discusses ways to address the imbalance. Learn More
    2014, Hardback, 9.21in x 6.26in / 234mm x 159mm, 288pp, £60.00
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-366-2
    2015, Paperback / softback, 8.94in x 5.98in / 227mm x 152mm, 288pp, £25.00
    ISBN: 978-1-84905-639-7
  8. Understanding and Supporting Children with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties

    Understanding and Supporting Children with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties

    Edited by Paul Cooper

    The contributors stress that EBDs are a form of communication, albeit an antagonistic one, and evaluate the success of different methods of intervention in clinical, educational and family settings. They argue that successful intervention requires an appreciation of the complex interplay in the social and personal factors affecting each child. Learn More
    1999, 272pp
  9. Changing Relationships Between Higher Education and the State

    Changing Relationships Between Higher Education and the State

    Edited by Mary Henkel and Brenda Little

    Examining the patterns of change in relationships between higher education systems and the state throughout Europe, the contributors explore the main theoretical and policy options available to policymakers, and the issues they raise for governments, institutions and academics. Learn More
    1998, 320pp
  10. Dimensions of Evaluation in Higher Education

    Dimensions of Evaluation in Higher Education

    Report of the IHME Study Group on Evaluationin Higher Education

    Urban Dahlloff, John Harris, Michael Shattock and Andre Staropoli

    This book addresses primary issues in evaluation in an international, a national and a long term perspective. The essays demonstrate that arguments about the nature and techniques of evaluation must entail far broader considerations than those often promoted by policy makers. Learn More
    1991, 160pp

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