The Brain Forest

The Brain Forest

By: Sandhya MenonKushla Ross (Illustrator), Donita Richards

Come explore The Brain Forest, which follows a mother and her son down the path of understanding the different ways brains can be.

Brains that go fast, brains that go slow, brains that do what they’re told, brains that say NO!

Whilst there are many ways brains can be, here are some brain types that get a mention:

  • Neurotypical
  • Autism
  • ADHD
  • Dyslexia
  • OCD
  • Pervasive Drive for Autonomy (PDA)
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Giftedness
  • Dual Diagnosis

A heart-warming read that helps celebrate neurodiversity without dismissing its challenges, and centers around building a strengths-based society where everyone is valued for what they have to offer. This book helps start conversations and offers ideas to the reader about what they can do to create more inclusive environments.

My Story About PANS/PANDAS

My Story About PANS/PANDAS

Once a typical boy, Owen’s journey with PANS/PANDAS began after he was exposed to an infection that changed everything. Abruptly faced with severe anxiety, OCD, tics, and rage, Owen finds himself navigating a world full of doctors, medical tests, IVIG, and even weird smoothies. Likening his journey to a climb up a challenging hill, Owen helps the reader understand that sometimes the path is straight and easy, but sometimes you must zig-zag or find another way to the top.

Red Beast Controlling Anger in Children with Asperger’s Syndrome

Red Beast

Controlling Anger in Children with Asperger’s Syndrome

Deep inside everyone, a red beast lies sleeping.

When it is asleep, the red beast is quite small, but when it wakes up, it begins to grow and grow.

This is the story of a red beast that was awakened.

Rufus is in the school playground when his friend John kicks a ball that hit him in the stomach, and wakes up the sleeping red beast: `I hate you – I’m gonna get you!’. The red beast doesn’t hear the teacher asking if he’s okay. It doesn’t see that John is sorry – how can Rufus tame the red beast?

This vibrant fully illustrated children’s storybook is written for children aged 5-9, and is an accessible, fun way to talk about anger, with useful tips about how to ‘tame the red beast’ and guidance for parents on how anger affects children with Asperger’s Syndrome.

Book cover for The Feelings Series by Trace Moroney with an image of a small rabbit holding a toy bunny

The Feeling Series

The Feeling Series

10 Book Slipcase

This gift set includes the complete 10 book collection of the best selling Feelings series in hardback editions. Through simple text and beautiful illustrations, this series is especially designed to help children better understand their feelings and how to identify, manage and express those feelings in an appropriate and acceptable way both to themselves and others.

These books provide an invaluable tool to help build confidence, self esteem and contribute to a healthy emotional foundation upon which children can thrive.

Book cover for The Not-So-Friendly Friend How to Set Boundaries for Healthy Friendships by Christina Furnival Illustrated by Katie Dwyer

The Not-so-friendly Friend

The Not-so-friendly Friend

How to Set Boundaries for Healthy Friendships

By: Christina Furnival, Katie Dwyer (Illustrator)

My Whirling Twirling Motor

Charlie feels like he has a whirling, twirling motor running inside him all the time and sometimes he just can’t settle. When his mom wants to talk to him, he figures he’s in trouble, ;but she has a surprise for him instead! Includes a Note to Parents, Caregivers, and Teachers with more information on ADHD, behavior management, and helping children focus on the positives. Ages 4-8.

The Sleepy Pebble and Other Stories: Calming Tales To Read At Bedtime

We all know how difficult it can be to get little ones to sleep. This soothing collection of stories have been specially written by leading experts whose technique has had repeated success. Coupled with gentle illustrations and thoughtful design, this treasury is designed to make bedtime a little easier.

With joint activities for both parent and child, first listen to the calming stories of Sleepy Pebble and friends and then partake in a series of mindful activities designed to help children relax at the end of the day and drift into a good night’s sleep. Essays and research enhance and support the book, alongside top tips and questions and answers for parents.

Book Features:
Stunningly illustrated.
Expertly written and researched.
Beautifully presented and packaged – this is a resource that can be used time and time again.
About the Authors

Alice Gregory has studied the science of sleep for over a decade and has over 100 published articles in her name. She is the author of Nodding Off: The Science of Sleep from Cradle to Grave.

Christy Grigg trained as a primary teacher before becoming an author.

What to Do When Mistakes Make You Quake : A Kid’s Guide to Accepting Imperfection

Explorers investigate places they have never been before. These explorers might take a while to make their discoveries. They might have trouble understanding their maps. They might make wrong turns. They might need to start their expedition all over again!

If explorers could not accept their mistakes and keep going, they might never make any discoveries! Does this sound like you? If you have trouble accepting mistakes, if you try to be right all the time, or if you worry about being less than the best, this book is for you!

What to Do When Mistakes Make You Quake guides children and their parents through the emotions underlying a fear of making mistakes using strategies and techniques based on cognitive-behavioural principles. This interactive self-help book is the complete resource for educating, motivating, and empowering children to cope with mistakes – so they can explore new territory without fear!

Sam Squirrel has ADHD

Sam Squirrel has ADHD


Sam Squirrel can’t seem to do anything right…he keeps getting in trouble at home, school, and with his friends. But when Sam and his parents finally meet with Dr. Kasey, they discover another reason behind Sam’s troubles.

Diary of a Social Detective: Real-Life Tales of Mystery, Intrigue and Interpersonal Adventure

Diary of a Social Detective : Real-Life Tales of Mystery, Intrigue and Interpersonal Adventure

Detective agencies come in many shapes and forms, but never before has there been a one-man social detective agency! Johnny Multony, himself transformed from a social misfit to a socially savvy kid, starts the first-ever social detective agency and is hired on by other students in his school for help with common interpersonal dilemmas such as cliques, dealing with disappointments, bullying, personal space, friends, body language, and much more. With titles such as Too Close for Comfort: The Case of Back-Away Bobby, Accidentally Funny: The Case of the Incidental Straightman, Summer’s Bummer: The Case of the Huffy Girlfriends, Drowning in the Details: The Case of Monologuing Mona, etc., cleverly developed chapters allow readers to use their own social detective skills to solve the mysteries. Each chapter ends with a section called Cracking the Case, in which Johnny solves the social mystery and offers practical solutions to the social dilemmas. Foremost a detective/mystery story for readers ages eight and older, the book delivers insights, tools, and solutions in an engaging storyline that kids can relate to. Recommended not just for individual kids needing social skills tools, but on a broader basis for all kids wanting to read something interesting and fun.