Our goal is to create a story with a character that each individual child can relate to when they go to the library to pick out a book. We believe you can tell a story and a lesson without bullying, conflict, and causing stress to the reader. We want our readers to pick up our books and feel they are in a safe place to go and seek out an adventure.
Jahan Akua is very tall and wishes he would stop growing so he is noticed. One day he decides to take matters into his own hands so his classmates notice he's finally there. Jahan Akua reminds us that it is not our outer size that matters but how we feel on the inside.
Pauly & Fluff's Day at the Beach
In a world, divided by a graham-cracker wall, can two unknown heroes save the day and bring peace to the land? Join Pauly and Fluff, two best friends, one a unicorn and one a dragon, and learn about sharing and caring in a divided community where they are not allowed to be friends.
Jun Anzu is very small, but she feels large inside. One day she decides to take matters into her own hands and not grow physically, but grow so large on the inside that her classmates notice she's finally there. Jun Anzu reminds us that our outer size doesn't matter, but how large we feel on the inside.
2022 Bronze Winner of the Global Book Award (Children/Growing-Up Category)
The Elf Who Didn't Believe in Children
Flossy is a tough elf. She doesn't conform and she DEFINITELY does not believe in children. But one day while working at the North Pole, Flossy gets a letter that takes her on an adventure and changes everything! This book is the perfect holiday gift for believers and non-believers alike.
Lucy has vitiligo. She finds beauty in the patterns on her skin. She also finds beauty in the patterns she notices out in nature. Follow Lucy as she goes on a walk through nature, admiring everything she sees.
2022 Gold Winner of the Global Book Award (Children/Growing Up Category)
2019 Huffington Post Top 20 Books for Children on Diversity
There's no such thing as Too much love. Follow friends, couples, families, and a community as they celebrate Love at Central Park.
2022 Silver Winner of the Global Book Award (Children/Family Life Category)
The Prince's Dress Dilemma
Eric wakes up on his eighth birthday to find he has grown so tall he has ripped his favorite nightgown. Then, when he finds out there is a ball to celebrate how tall he has grown, he cannot decide which dress to wear. Follow Eric as he mourns his favorite nightgown and figures out what dress to wear to the ball.
The Kind Kindergarten Class
Follow Jack and Jill, two transgender kindergarteners on their first day of school where they meet Miss Everly Kind, the teacher of the kind kindergarten class. At the end of the day, they felt safe, normal, and learned that we are all different in our own ways, and that kindness is always the answer.