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Maggie stood Bear at the top of the castle.
“You’re so brave, Bear!”
When Maggie returned from dinner, Bear was not where she had left him.
“Bear, where are you?” Maggie called.
Go on an adventure with Maggie as she attempts to find her best friend, Bear. Maggie has to be brave, just like Bear, but the Shadow Monster is lurking in the dark. This gentle book encourages children to face their fears and to have courage, even if they are frightened or nervous.
ESTIMATED RELEASE 2017
“If only I knew how to get to heaven!”, Summer whispered.
But Summer was sick of crying.
Summer set off to find heaven…
Set off on a journey of discovery and adventure with Summer, a determined young girl who wants to find heaven. This beautiful story reassures children that loved ones are always with us.
Amelia Arbuckle and her family are moving away. Amelia is sad because they are moving away from Granny. Amelia visits her granny every day before moving and together they have amazing adventures and lots of laughs.
This beautiful book highlights the beautiful, fun and playful relationship that exists between a child and their grandparent. It is comforting and reassuring for kids who are moving away from close family.
A Jumper from Granny
As Flynn watched everyone having fun, sadness swarmed inside him, and then, he spotted the bird. Weightless. Free. It skated across the sun-splashed sky, painting the earth below with its shadow.
That’s how I want to be, thought Flynn.
A sensitive and nurturing story about a boy who is finding life difficult after being confined to a wheelchair. Flynn’s story will inspire children and adults to look beyond their current situation and to dream for their own greatness and freedom.
ESTIMATED RELEASE 2017
Jimmy blinked away tears.What if I get it wrong like last time?Glob hovered over him, like an angry rain cloud blocking out the sun. Jimmy looked down and shook his head.
"Go away, Glob," Jimmy thought.
Did you know that everyone feels anxious or scared from time to time? It is a normal human emotion. Like when you almost fall or when you see a snake. It’s your body’s natural ‘fight, flight or freeze’ response.
Go Away Glob encourages children to process and overcome feelings of anxiety, worry and self-doubt, to get back to enjoying the activities that they love.
Go Away Glob
ESTIMATED RELEASE 2017
Elliot only likes to eat blue things. It is his favourite colour. Blue for breakfast. Blue for lunch. Blue for dinner. But when no blue things can be found in the rainforest, Elliott has to make the difficult choice, does he continue to battle his grumbly, rumbly, squelchy tummy, or does he try something new and strange? After a brief encounter with a beautiful creature with a rainbow heart, Elliott sets out on a quest for one of his own.
Join Elliott as he very bravely makes his way through the rainforest on a quest for something more, something strange, something rainbow!
Elliott's Rainbow Heart nurtures children who struggle with new experiences, empowers them to give things a go and bravely deal with the emotions that accompany a change.
Elliott's Rainbow Heart
Marli and Max were identical twins who loved nothing more than speeding around on their imaginary unicorns. Until bedtime came. Now that was when all of their magic appeared to run dry. They held a deep, dark and frightening secret…
Marli and Max always had scary dreams.
This fun and fantastical book explores how this brave duo use their fearless sparkle to fight their scary dreams with special marshmallow power!!
The Bloomington family, Bill, Betty and Bobo are forced to leave their homeland and their fellow Blue Blobs as their land no longer grows the blueberries they survive on. After a long and arduous journey they find an island that is perfect for growing blueberries. Soon after they realize that the island has inhabitants who do not make them welcome.
Will they find a way to get along?
Two little characters will show them the way.
Christian der Kinderen
I used to have a Daddy who was like all other Daddies. One who would go to work, and play with me when he was home. But one day, something changed. He started saying strange things, doing strange things. I was confused.
Sometimes people can act strangely and it can be a bit frightening and sometimes they need to get help to be better and to feel like themselves again. My Daddy is Different is a beautiful story to nurture any children who might have an adult special to them who is suffering from mental illness. Children can be empowered about mental illness, educated to know that they are still loved and that mental illness is not something to be ashamed of, but something to be talked about. It is by having meaningful discussions that we can nurture and encourage children to feel safe and supported.