WINNER Children's Picture Book: Hardcover Nonfiction 2023 Best Book Awards
The inclination to bring this book into the world stems from a keen desire to share my love of observation with others. The art of noticing and seeing and documenting. Collective nouns symbolize this for me. If you pause long enough to observe a group of things, you will need a word to describe the group. Collective nouns are those words. In my book, I give you twenty-six. If you read the book and find yourself inspired to use a collective noun, tag me @ramonawildeman in your posts and use #collectivenounsarefun to let me know your favourites!
WINNER Children's Picture Book: Softcover Nonfiction 2023 Best Book Awards
Danté has big dreams. He knows what he has to do to make his dreams come true, but people keep telling him that he needs to wait until he is older. Join Danté as he learns about 10 trailblazing children who have done and are still doing extraordinary things despite their age. Should Danté follow his dreams? What about you?
Too Young to What? is the fourth book of the "Inspired to be..." Series. This creative non-fiction story is meant to inspire children to pursue their dreams, regardless of their age. Children are often told that they are too young to do certain things; however, when it comes to doing something productive that is not harmful to the child, age should not be a limitation. There are many examples of children who defied what was expected of them at their age. I hope these examples inspire the children who read this book and show them that they too, are not too young to follow their dreams and accomplish great things.
WINNER Children's Picture Book: Hardcover Nonfiction 2023 International Book Awards
Saving Scruffy is an award-winning inspiring true story about overcoming life's challenges and finding your inner strength.
Who is Scruffy? The bravest (and cutest) dog you will ever meet! When he was a puppy, Scruffy was left abandoned and badly injured at a fire station.
Scruffy inspires us all to never give up. He teaches us that everyone deserves a second chance. He encourages us to embrace our individuality. And most importantly, he shows us that love can do magical things.
This beautiful hardcover book
teaches life lessons and encourages children to look for opportunities to be kind
affirms that everyone is special and deserves a second chance
showcases adorable illustrations to keep readers focused
WINNER Children's Picture Book: Softcover Nonfiction 2023 International Book Awards
Join Bear on a heart-warming journey of self-discovery, autism understanding and appreciation by the other bears, 'just as Bear is.'
Bear is a captivating, slightly quirky, young bear who can sometimes stand out from other bears or unintentionally get things a bit wrong, but Bear also wants to be friends with the other bears.
Delightful illustrations by Leanne Coelho quickly draw children into Bear's world and add a further layer of fun, including looking for Bear's shoes, finding Bear's special toy, Dino, and looking for the secret ‘hunt the difference’ clue to the next story, ‘Bear and The Lost Tooth’.
Celebrating autism and inspiring acceptance for all, 'Bear a Story of Autism and Difference' enchants children and adults alike, and provides an accessible resource for families, educators and therapists to share information about autism. The message of universal acceptance of all resonates throughout this award-winning story.
Children relate to the adorable, gentle Bear
Celebrates Bear's strengths and interests, and explores sensory needs, anxiety, sensory sensitivities and routines in a child-friendly approach
Filled with opportunities to discuss Bear’s emotions
Great for talking about friendship and learning about the feelings of others too
Gender-neutral with no use of pronouns so that any child can relate to Bear
Colour palette specially designed for children with autism in mind
Free educational resources available from the Bear Autism publisher website
Encourages acceptance and appreciation of all, ‘just as they are.’