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Eye to eye with our world’s wildlife
Due for release 8th September 2021 in ANZ / 14th September 2021 in UK/US/CAN. Pre-order your copy now!
From polar bears to mountain gorillas, penguins to sea otters, certain animals capture our imagination. These are the animals that are mascots for conservation campaigns. But why these creatures instead of other equally endangered animals? The answer lies in their cuteness or charisma! Illustrated with images by one of the world’s leading wildlife photographers, The Science of Hope informs as it educates, describing the psychology and science behind our desire to connect with these animals.
An introduction to The Science of Hope from author Dr Wiebke Finkler:
SPECIFICATIONS: 9781925820645 | Cased with jacket | 254 x 254mm / 10 x 10in | 160 pages | Full Colour
Inspired by an extraordinary true story, Where the Heart Is explores the friendship between Dindim the Magellanic penguin and his rescuer, Joao. With gorgeous illustrations and flowing prose, it depicts Dindim’s 8000-mile journey to his Patagonian home, and his longing to return. Young readers will delight in travelling across the ocean with Dindim, meeting whales and albatross! Heartfelt and educational, this is a celebration of the power of friendship and the beauty of the natural world.
Watch this fun reading of Where The Heart is by The Duchess of York:
Pear of Hope is the story of a little girl with cancer and her tale of recovery. This is intertwined with the growth of a pear tree, which symbolises the enigmatic concept of hope. Told through sensitive words and gentle, beautiful illustrations, the story will comfort and inspire any children who are struggling to feel positive, whatever journey they may be on. It is a vibrant reminder of the beauty of the world around us and of the fact that, like Anna, with hope you can face any battle!
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How to Navigate Your Way From Diagnosis to Treatment and Beyond
A video from author, and Clinical and Health Psychologist, Dr. Toni Lindsay
SPECIFICATIONS: 9781925820805 | Paperback | 229 x 152mm / 9 x 6in | 224 pages
When Finn’s family plants a tree in their backyard, he feels responsible for it and worries the little sapling is cold, hungry or lonely. He tries to share his breakfast with it, offers it his scarf, and keeps it company. Just after going to bed, his nightlight goes out and Finn is plunged into darkness. But when he sees his tree standing tall and brave in the moonlight, it inspires him to be brave as well. A touching story about curiosity, empathy, care of the environment, and overcoming fears.