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

Aunt Pearl

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

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)

Island

A teenaged boy struggles after the death of his mother, and is faced with the possibility that his twin brother may have just killed their father.