It is a book on diversity, inclusion, accepting, and loving who you are.
Written for the special girl in your life to remind and encourage her to always be herself and to love who she is—inside and out.
A book that celebrates how our differences are strengths and how each of us has a unique and special mission in life that only we can fulfill.
This book is:
•Positive, educational and fun
•Teaches the development of positive body image
•Emphasizes personal qualities over physical image
•Inspires to believe in self
•Helps combats stereotypes and builds confidence
•Teaches appreciating and respecting what the body can do vs what it looks
With powerful storytelling and stunning imagery, this message is delivered handsomely. Celebrate birthdays, holidays, and other events with the lasting gift of this remarkable book.
Give the gift of self-love to your daughter, grand-daughter, niece, or friend’s daughter TODAY!
Go on an adventure with Maya, Neel, and their cute little partner, Chintu the squirrel, as they learn all about this famous Indian festival of lights including Dhanteras, Diwali sweets, Rangoli drawings, fireworks, and the special sibling bond of Bhai Dooj.
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Breathe Baby Breathe: An ABC Guide to Mindfulness
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Eleven-year-old Harriet has Cerebral Palsy. At her new Secondary School, she is bullied and ridiculed every day and she doesn’t know how to make friends.
Charlotte tries – but how do you talk to someone who won’t talk back?
Perfect for fans of RJ Palacio’s Wonder and Sharon M. Draper’s Out of My Mind.
About Author: Kate Darbishire has a daughter with Cerebral Palsy and has worked in Special Needs Schools for nearly ten years.
Can you guess what they are?
Mikah is a cheeky monkey. He is full of energy and fun. This little primate loves to swing, play, and explore. One day, Mikah wonders just a bit too far and quickly finds himself lost! Oh, dear! Mikah Monkey is deaf and finds it hard to tell others what is going on. He had no idea what he is going to do. How will this scared little monkey get home to his family?
This book is designed to teach inclusion, diversity, and acceptance. No Such Thing As Normal is recommended for children of all ages.
This engaging picture book shows everyday life with little crow siblings when one of them is on the autism spectrum.
My Brother Otto is a child-friendly, endearing, and fun picture book for children about the love, acceptance, and understanding a sister, Piper, has for her little brother Otto, who is on the autism spectrum. The book provides explanations for Otto’s differences and quirkiness in an easy-to-understand language and highlights Otto’s desires for adventure and love―just like his peers. To be more specific, My Brother Otto is a sweet story about a sister and a brother who engage in common, everyday experiences in their own unique way with the idea that kindness and understanding always win!
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