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  1. 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
  2. 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, $14.95
    ISBN: 9781785927508
    2017, Ebook, PDF, 40pp, $14.95
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-545-5
  3. 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, $21.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84819-330-7
    2017, Ebook, PDF, 56pp, $21.95
    ISBN: 978-0-85701-285-2
  4. Lucy the Octopus

    Lucy the Octopus

    Richy K. Chandler

    This funny graphic novel stars an unpopular (but kind and talented) teenage octopus named Lucy, and her adorable (if poisonous) pet puffer fish. It celebrates the rewards of being yourself, calls out the uncoolness of bullying, and playfully warns of the perils of social climbing. Suitable for children aged 9+; recommended for big kids of all ages. Learn More
    2018, Hardback, 8.50in x 6.14in / 216mm x 156mm, 136pp, $18.95
    ISBN: 9781785925139
    2018, Ebook, PDF, 136pp, $18.95
    ISBN: 978-1-78450-902-6

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