Remembering Sundays with Grandpa is a heartwarming story about bereavement. Sensitively written, it can help a child work through their grief after the loss of a grandparent or another special person.
Lullaby for the King is a sumptuous, richly illustrated, lyrical picture book that follows a variety of birds and animals, some more familiar than others, as they travel to Bethlehem with gifts for a newborn king.
Little Mole Gives Thanks is the beautifully illustrated, heartwarming story of Little Mole’s fancy feast. The perfect story to read at Thanksgiving, it celebrates friendship and the love shared between family and friends over a thoughtfully prepared meal.
Diwali in my New Home is the heartwarming story of how Priya and her family find a different way to celebrate Diwali in their new home, thousands of miles away from family and friends in India.
Simon the Hugger loves hugs but in this sensitively written picture book he learns about how and when it’s appropriate to hug his friends. This beautifully illustrated picture book about consent can help children learn that it’s ok to protect their personal space.
Mabel’s Topsy-Turvy Homes highlights the situation that many children find themselves in after a parental separation. Constantly moving between two different houses, having two different bedrooms and dealing with different schedules and routines in each house is an experience that many children will identify with.