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A SECRET SAFE TO TELL
BY NAOMI HUNTER
It happened when I was little, always when we were alone... But sometimes he did things that worried me, and made me feel completely strange on the inside.
I thought games were supposed to be FUN.
This is a gentle book that encourages meaningful conversations about body safety, the importance of not keeping secrets and confiding in trusted adults if something is making you uncomfortable.
You're different jemima
By Jedidah Morley
Jemima likes to sing loud, dance her own moves and use her imagination, but her teacher and the other kids think she's too 'different'. When Mrs Chuckles takes over the class, Jemima discovers that being different is WONDERFUL!
A book to make children feel special about what makes them 'different'.
Even Mummy Cries
By Naomi Hunter
Our mummy says she loves us MORE than a GAZILLION BILLION TRILLION plus INFINITY. She says that we are the CLEVEREST kids that she has ever known.
Then sometimes we notice our mummy feeling sad. Our mummy’s sadness EXPLODES, and she cries. It feels strange … and a bit scary.
A gentle book reassuring children they are not to blame for any sadness experienced by their parents and encourages parents to openly express their sadness with their kids without feeling guilt or shame.
Running from the Tiger
By ALEESAH DARLISON
When eleven-year-old Ebony meets enigmatic Teena, they instantly become much more than the ‘default’ friends Ebony has grown used to having. Only when the girls come to trust one another fully do they unlock each other’s troubling secrets, enabling their friendship to deepen.
Running from the Tiger is a tale of trust, friendship and the power that can be found once we stop running.
Just like Molly
By PIPPA DOWLING
I have a friend called Molly, she loves playing games.
Molly sleeps under my bed, nobody can see her, only me.
One day Molly wasn’t in my room, she wasn’t anywhere.
That night I cried.
This is a beautifully simple book that reassures kids that there is a friend out there perfect for them. A gentle story of friendship and having the courage to make new friends.