‘Mikah's Big Move’ -Book ONE in the Mikah Can! series- Mikah monkey was born cheeky and full of energy. He was also born deaf. Even though he cannot hear, this little monkey has some special skills that help him to communicate. Can you guess what they are? A hint, he uses his hands. When Mikah learns his family is moving, he is scared and doesn’t want to go. He likes things the way they are, his routine is great! Hatching a plan, Mikah spends moving day high up in the trees. No-one can make him move. Not – one- inch! But are things as bad as Mikah thinks or does he just need a dose of bravery to make it through his latest challenge?
Type- Picture book for ages 3-7 years Written by- Tabitha Jean Page Illustrated by- Alexander Kulieshov Themes- Hearing Loss, Sign Language, Animals, Anxiety, Change, Courage, Exploration
'Forever Friends' Tia and Claire both have challenges at school. Tia has a new pair of glasses and Claire uses a wheelchair. Their fears of teasing at school come true, but from shared adversity comes a true friendship as they find they have much in common beyond their obvious differences.
This charming picture book follows the girls journey as they learn about themselves, each other, friendship and the world. It is the first in the Fabulous Friends series of picture books for older readers and explores/touches on subjects such as acceptance, bullying, inclusion, fitting in, disability, anxiety and more. The aim of the book, of course, being to be fun, empowering and uplifting.
'Today I Met The Sock Fairy' Jayne loves her penguin socks and her monkey socks and all the others, but her room is so messy she can’t ever find a matching pair. Then she has an idea. Maybe Freda the sock fairy will help her? Well, why not? Now Jayne has one more problem. How is she going to get the very busy Freda to listen to her?
Title: Today I Met The Sock Fairy Launch Date: 22 Sept 2019 RELEASED : Officially avail now. Ages (guide only): 04 - 10 Author: Page, Tabitha J Illustrator: Kulieshova, Anna
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