In THERE"S A CAT IN OUR CLASS, a new student joins a classroom of dogs. But something unexpected happens, setting tongues, and eventually tails, wagging. Accompanied by a Note to Readers, THERE'S A CAT IN OUR CLASS teaches children through metaphor about issues of diversity and cultural awareness.
Written and illustrated by Maya Christina Gonzalez - with 29 Author/Artists!Published by Reflection Press
By Gayle E. Pitman, Ph.D Illustrated by Chris Seddon
Published by I Street Press
Once there was a young girl who lived in a small town in California. She was small, but she had big dreams. She wanted to build a college. That little girl was Belle Cooledge, and she was the founder and first administrator of Sacramento City College. Using a blend of poetry and prose, Belle's Garden tells the story of Belle Cooledge and the first six graduates of Sacramento City College. 100% of the sales profits will be donated to The Cigar Box Fund, which provides scholarships for students who otherwise would not be able to attend college.
In A Church for All, the rhyming storyline provides a vision of a church that is joyous, celebratory, and fully inclusive of LGBT people. The story os inspired by Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco, which is a radically accepting spiritual community and fierce advocate of the LGBT community.
Feminism from A-Z takes readers on an alphabetical journey through the basics of feminism. Each chapter features writing and action exercises geared specifically for the tween and teen reader, along with suggestions and resources for how readers can take feminism to a higher level.