A fun and beautifully illustrated book that celebrates gender diversity through educating young children on pronouns. The book teaches pronoun etiquette, why it is so important, and how it relates to us. It covers they/them pronouns, trans and non-binary identities, and neo-pronouns with a dedicated section for adults.
Stories & Lesson Plans to Teach Inclusivity & Social Issues
A compendium of social stories followed by activities, lesson plans and useful resources for teachers and parents to discuss their opinions and concerns on a range of issues such as gender diversity, racism, neurodiversity and climate change.
With helpful and accessible advice, this is an informative guide to open communication with children about relationships and sexuality. Highlighting the value of positive sexuality education and going beyond a single 'talk', it covers potential challenges and how to address them, offering developmentally appropriate guidance for ages up to 11.
Helping parents and carers develop key areas their young children with SEN need to concentrate on, this fun, play-based activity book provides caregivers with reassurance that their children are developing motor skills, social skills, problem solving, memory, sensory integration and more, through play in a range of settings.
Fun and inspiring, this reflective workbook and journal allows you to document your transition, engage with your feelings and improve your mental health. The companion to the popular Trans Teen Survival Guide, this book creates an interactive experience, including places to draw, journal, practice mindfulness and more.
Written during COVID, A New Day is the story of three sisters whose lives have been upended by chaos and disruption. A New Day is the ultimate story of hope, love and always finding the positive and includes diary pages as a unique time-capsule. Its universal themes of perspective, appreciation and resilience will spark powerful conversations and ......
A Celebration of Transgender, Non-Binary and Intersex Icons
A beautifully illustrated collection of portraits showcasing over a hundred trans, non-binary and intersex trailblazers. This book is a celebration of the extraordinary lives of these individuals who fought for equality and change.
As a young girl gently questions her depressed father, he offers direct answers that help her understand what he is going through. This gentle, hopeful book will help kids cope with a parent's mental illness. It is developmentally appropriate, addressing common questions that kids have.