Remarkable Remy is a heartwarming picture book that celebrates Autism and the joys of friendship. Written by Dr. Melanie Heyworth, an Autistic mother of three, it beautifully portrays the relationship between a neurodivergent and neurotypical child.
The holiday period is the perfect time to celebrate by gathering with friends and family! What better way to gather than to read with loved ones or give the gift of a book, especially to little ones.
Written by award-winning author and rock legend Jimmy Barnes, Rosie the Rhinoceros follows Rosie on her early morning adventures through the savanna. Rosie’s charming story reminds readers to be themselves.
At the Pyjama Foundation, we firmly believe in the power of books and the impact they have on the lives of children.
Written and illustrated by the award-winning Emma Chichester Clark, this story explores themes of adventure, kindness and knowing right from wrong.
Accompanied by charming illustrations, author and illustrator Sophy Hen puts a, joyful and incredibly relatable lens on the universal phenomenon of having ‘the worst day’.
‘No Buddy Like a Book’, captures the essence of the power of stories and imagination, and playfully highlights the journeys we can take, and lives we can live through books.
Hop into the long weekend with some of our favourite fun Easter inspired crafts and book reads.
Three billion people around the world struggle with basic level reading, writing and literacy. Studies revealed that those excluded from the education system at an early age often remain disadvantaged for the rest of their lives.
The childrens book Maybe Tomorrow? explores the themes of loss, grief, and the value of a caring friend in a gentle and sensitive way. It will resonate with anyone who has experienced hardship or grief, from the death of a loved one or a pet, to a friend moving away, or the transition to a new home or family situation.