Mental Health

Mental Health

The books in this collection shine a light on the importance of mental health. These books will make young readers feel less alone and encourage them to approach others with empathy and understanding.

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A Serious Thought

A boy ponders his place in the universe in this thoughtful story about the things that keep us up at night.

A Small Madness

Rose and Michael are students with bright futures. But when Rose gets pregnant, her behavior becomes increasingly strange as she struggles to cope.

And So It Goes

A simple, charming reflection on the cycle of life.

Angry Me

A young child tells us what makes her angry and how she tries to let the anger come and go, in this nuanced look at what may underlie angry feelings.

Aunt Pearl

A sensitive and bittersweet portrayal of a loving family affected by homelessness, from acclaimed creators Monica Kulling and Irene Luxbacher.

Blanket

A gentle wordless picture book about the difference a kind friend can make on a gray day.

Calvin

Calvin wakes up in hospital after a schizophrenic episode and decides to hike across frozen Lake Erie. A different coming-of-age story ...

Children of War

Deborah Ellis, author of the Breadwinner series, interviews Iraqi refugee children in this companion to Off to War: Voices of Soldiers’ Children.

Clear Skies

As the US/Soviet Space Race heats up in 1961, eleven-year-old Arno finds his dreams of becoming an astronomer exploding like an extragalactic supernova.

Good Night, Commander

A powerful, moving, prize-winning story about a child who has survived the Iran-Iraq war but has endured great loss.

Harvey

A sophisticated and original graphic novel about a young boy's reaction to his father's death.

I Don't Live Here Anymore

A story about love — "as mad, bitter and wonderful as life itself." (Stuttgarter Zeitung)