These kids’ books are focused on gender identity and underscore the importance of embracing difference and honoring our authentic selves.
Debunking Disabilities: A list of excellent books exploring the fight for disability rights curated by Anna Iacovetta, Ph. D.
Broken Bones and Broken Hearts is another fantastic addition to the Piper and Enza series. A Q&A at the end of the story offers readers even more information.
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.
The 12 Systems of the Body Adventure Series Workbooks offers a fun and accessible way for young readers to get engaged with health science and their bodies.
In this discussion, Muzna Kazim talks about the inspiration for the series and offers great advice on traveling with neurotypical and neurodiverse children.
Christopher Willard and Daniel Rechtschaffen share how mindfulness techniques can help children in Alphabreaths Too: More ABCs of Mindful Breathing.
A follow-up to the first Alphabreaths book, Alphabreaths Too offers readers breathing metaphors that make breathing awareness fun and easy.
Join us on the virtual book tour for Phyllis Schwartz’s picture book, When Mom Feels Great, Then We Do Too! A book that needs to be on all of our shelves.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Jolene: Adventures of a Junk Food Queen! Co-authors Alexa Palmer and Catharine Kaufman encourage better eating.