The Case of the Crying Signpost is exciting, instructive, and enjoyable—great for young mystery, history, and ghost-story fans.
In this interview, Medea discusses the sixth installment of the delightful Honeycake book series, Honeycake: A Helping Hand!
With its cast of diverse characters and relatable situations, the latest Honeycake book focuses on understanding and accepting disability.
Join us on the virtual book tour to celebrate the release of the sixth installment of the delightful Honeycake book series, Honeycake: A Helping Hand!
Katie Mazeika talks about Annette Feels Free: The True Story of Annette Kellerman, World-Class Swimmer, Fashion Pioneer, and Real-Life Mermaid.
Written by a developmental psychologist and a social worker, Charlotte’s Shadow offers an accessible way into conversations about disability and inclusion.
Brotherly Love: A Seemore the Seagull Tale shares the important message that finding a fulfilling purpose in life is always possible.
Readers have been calling for more positive and varied representations of disability in children’s books; Mike Nero and the Superhero School does a great job!
Enter for a chance to win a ‘Twas the Night, inclusing a hardcover copy of the book, postcards, and a poster. Every entrant a winner!
Joan M Hellquist’s Piki Goes to College is both an endearing story and an important learning resource for children and adults alike.