Power Poems for Small Humans

Illustrated, inspiring poems for parents and young ones alike! Carefully and lovingly crafted by a diverse selection of writers and artists, there’s validation and affirmation to be found in each and every poetic pronunciation.

The Stone Rainbow

Seventeen-year-old Jack Pedersen is finding life complicated ever since coming out. Complications go into hyper-drive when a new student arrives at school, and Jack starts experiencing feelings that he’s never allowed himself before.

Cub

In this high-interest novel for teen readers, Theo enters a cooking contest and catches the eye of a celebrity restaurant owner.

Rachel's Christmas Boat

When Lulu’s dad reveals just before Christmas that she’s a woman and has changed her name, Lulu is very worried about the tags on her Christmas gifts – they all say the wrong name! With the help of her friend William and a lot of craft supplies, she fixes everything and goes on an adventure to make sure Santa gets the news in time.

Caterpillars Can't Swim

Ryan, who uses a wheelchair, is at his most confident when he's in the water. When he rescues his schoolmate, Jack, from the water their lives become connected, whether they like it or not. Ryan keeps Jack's secret about that day, but with Jack dogged by rumours about his sexuality at school, Ryan feels that Jack still might need help.

Identify

In this high-interest novel for teen readers, Ethan's new friend Gabe is being harassed for being different than all the other girls.

Subject to Change

In this novel for teens, fifteen-year-old Declan struggles to make sense of his older brother's delinquency, his father's sexuality and his feelings for a girl who is way out of his league.