Review by Kate Fox, Primary School Teacher
An easy-to-read rhyming story about Rose, who used to be a bully, and how she found her way back to being kind.
Review by Shahrane'e Fa'avae, High School Counsellor
A resource for teachers of Pasifika students to gain insight into how the world looks and feels for them.
No hard feelings: Emotions at work
Review by Jenny Knight, People and Organisational Development Coordinator, MHF
This book is a visual exploration of how to embrace emotion at work and become more authentic and fulfilled while staying professional.
Can we talk? Seven principles for managing difficult conversations at work
Review by Fiona Robinson-Morey, Organisational Communications Manager
Can We Talk? outlines how to lead tough conversations and how to develop better, more meaningful relationships at work
Life isn’t binary: On being both, beyond and in-between
Review by Jennifer Huddleston, Lead of Relationships and Operations, Sticks ‘n Stones.
This book looks at how non-binary methods of thought can be applied to all aspects of life, and offer new and greater ways of understanding ourselves and how we relate to others.
The little tiger with the big temper: A story of mindfulness, meditation and conscious communication
Review by Faith McGregor, parent.
This book can help adults navigate and soothe a child's challenging emotions and to introduce to children the benefits of mindfulness and self-regulation
Mophead Tu: The Queen's Poem
Review by Ari Prakash
From the sinking islands in the South Seas to the smoggy streets of London, this is a hilariously thought-provoking take on colonial histories and one poet's journey to bridge the divide.
My shadow is pink
Review by Jack (5 years), mum Elissa Jordan, and grandparents.
My Shadow is Pink is about a young boy, born with a pink shadow that loves princess, dresses & "things not for boys".
Seeking Civility: How leaders, managers & HR can create a workplace free of bullying
Review by Dr Chris Taua of Pumahara Consultants – Personal and Professional Development Specialists
Written from the author's own experiences as a consultant focused on workplace bullying and positive workplaces.
Seeing gender: An illustrated guide to identity and expression
Review by Abigail Freeland, Policy Analyst
Whether LGBTQ+, cisgender, or nonbinary, a must-read for curious people who care about how we see and talk about gender and sexuality in the 21st century.
Step up! My anti-bullying activity book
Review by Jacoba Glenny, Years 6, 7 and 8 Teacher
This activity book provides a wide-ranging set of activities for a child to unpack their experiences of bullying.
The bully, the bullied and the not so innocent bystander
Review by Rachel Walker, School Teacher
Parenting educator Barbara Coloroso reveals the dynamics that give rise to bullying and what parents, schools, and communities can do to stop, heal, and prevent it