The Majestic Pigeon is both instructive and empowering, perfect for sparking conversations about difference and inclusion.
What makes The Psst-Psst of Toley Ranz books unique is that they empower readers to stop bullying before it starts—prevention is the name of the game.
A list of ten books that examine issues of identity and diversity to help you choose the right book for your child or classroom.
THE MOOSE FAIRY by Steve Smallman is a heart-warming story about being different, and accepting your true self. Everyone in the forest gets a happy ending.
A sweet book with a great message, Elizabeth Dale’s DELIGHTFULLY DIFFERENT DILLY is a treat for children enchanting them from the moment they see the cover.
Ian’s Show and Tell Surprise: A Story About Autism Spectrum Disorder is a clever picture book that works on multiple levels to educate young readers.
Marissa Bader’s picture book, The Only Me, is a great way to start conversations about being yourself—for twins or any siblings!