Complete with engaging and high-quality professional illustrations, this beautiful book invites children to use their imaginations, explore the world around them, and gain a better understanding of themselves and others.
Cleverly using this symbolic story to highlight the pressures young ones face in society, Briton Kolber uses his experience as a family therapist to unpick the problems of life. His passion for celebrating difference shines through in both his delightful story and in the following commentary.
Complimenting her plethora of educational books, Sybrina Durant’s new beautifully illustrated and accessible offering, ‘Magical Elements of the Periodic Table’, puts parents, carers and educators in a suitable position to introduce younger children to the Periodic Table.
In another new adventure featuring Pippin the poodle, Julia Seaborn introduces her young audience to all things snow, with some fun facts about emu’s thrown in for good measure!
Through her two endearing protagonists, Timmy Turtle and Speedy Seagull, who-both affected by the pandemic but in different ways struggle to cope with its reality, Dr Marlene provides young ones and their carers with an opportunity to explore their own feelings in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, along with an understanding of its wide-reaching effects.
Kathleen Boucher builds on her previous success with her new confidence-building journal ‘Nine Ways to Empower Tweens #lifeskills’. Following on from her previous award-winning books for younger children, Boucher gives accessible and motivational advice on continuing the journey of life towards positivity and success.