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Just Like Me


The world is full of people who are a little different in

one way or another. Our uniqueness is what makes us stand out and makes us who we are. You can't judge someone on something you can see or even on the things you can not see.

We are all special. We are all unique.

We are all 'different; not less'.


A collection of true stories about inspiring people and famous figures from around the world, all with something that makes them physically or neurologically diverse. Reflective of our diverse society, this anthology features figures including Simone Biles, Stephen Hawking, Usain Bolt, Sudha Chandran, Warwick Davis and Temple Grandin.

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The Memory Book

A reassuring story about the love between a little girl and her grandma, with practical information to help young children understand dementia and the changes it can bring.

Illustrated by Erika Meza

"A helpful book for families affected by dementia." - CARERS UK

Wonderfully Wired Brains

An informative and inclusive children's guide to neurodiversity for those not in the know and to inspire children who are neurodivergent.

Our brains are unique in the way they function, work, and think. Neurodiversity is still a relatively 'new' concept that can be tricky to understand, but this book is here to help! This inspirational book written by neurodiverse author Louise Gooding challenges misconceptions and shows how neurodivergent brains work a little differently.

Illustrated by Ruth Burrows

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