We are a small UK independent publisher. 
We create and recommend books & resources for children and teens that celebrate diversity, body positivity & challenge sex stereotypes.

Our Publications

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My Body is Me!

‘This is a beautifully illustrated poem teaching young children about all the amazing things our bodies can do. It’s also about not needing to conform to gender stereotypes, i.e. just letting kids be kids.’

Sex And Gender: An Introductory Guide

‘I am so happy to see you have written a book that gives another (more positive) way to look at normal young life differences children feel’.
Thank you

For Parents: Communicating with Kids

Communicating with Kids is a book guaranteed to help all parents, whatever your parenting style. It is not based on any parenting ideology or model, but instead on genuine experience of communicating with a wide range of children. It is a plain-talking book that presents communication methods that work, so parents gain the confidence to be themselves.

Stephanie Davies-Arai is a communication skills trainer with over twenty years’ experience working with parents and teachers. She is the recipient of a British Empire Medal for Services to Children.

Recommended Resources

Gender DetransitionMy Body Is Me Publishing recommends this exceptional resource that fills the existing information gap about detransition. A word from Nele & Ellie the creators at Post Trans:

“Voices of detransitioners are central to this booklet. Post Trans gathered written experiences of 75 female and male detransitioners and created the content based on their wishes, advice and thoughts. The 50-page long booklet has the objective to reach detransitioners and desisters, their relatives and close ones.

We hope our booklet will start discussions about detransition in an empathetic way, with the sole aim of improving detransitioners’ and desisters’ lives. We do not want to invalidate trans people’s lives and experiences in any way. Simply, we believe that it is time that detransitioners are included in conversations.”

Visit the Post Trans website here.

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