Severn and the Day She Silenced the World

Severn Cullis-Suzuki’s speech at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio caught the attention of the world. She and her friends raised money to travel to Rio, never imagining the effect they would have there. Severn's story is about the power of children, and how their voices can stand out above the politics and cynicism of adults.

Our Rights

Ten biographies and accompanying portraits of children from around the world who have taken on the role of social activist.

But Hope is Longer

A different breast cancer story—a survivor's account of how she straddled the worlds of mainstream and complementary medicine, and the team that helped her.

We Are Their Voice

A collection of writing and art from young people who were invited to share what the Holocaust means to them. Their contributions reveal that they find meaningful lessons in the past, and give us hope for a more peaceful and tolerant future.

Bernadette to the Rescue

Bernadette Inez O’Brian Schwartz is back with the Lunch Bunch in their third adventure. Bernadette finally gets the puppy she has been dreaming of for so long, the girls learn how to give back when they help raise money at a charity garage sale, and Bernadette indulges her love of science when the local frogs go missing.

Emily Included

The true story of Emily Eaton. Born with severe cerebral palsy, Emily and her family had to fight for her right to go to school with non-disabled children in a regular classroom. Eventually victorious, Emily’s story makes her an amazing role model for children everywhere - whether they are living with a disability or not.

The Way It Is

Fifteen-year-old Ellen Manery discovers that a small town in the 1960s is not the easiest place for a girl who wants to be a doctor. When she falls in love with an Indian boy life gets even more complicated.

The Orphan Rescue

Miriam’s courage saves her little brother from an unscrupulous orphanage in pre-war Poland in this historic children’s story that resonates with the problem of child labor today.

Guardian Angel House

Guardian Angel House was a convent operated by the Sisters of Charity in Budapest that sheltered Jewish children during WWII; among them were author Kathy Clark’s mother and aunt.