The savvy ally: A guide for becoming a skilled LGBTQ+ advocate
Review by Meg Nelis, Learner Advisor
If you’re interested in being an effective ally to the LGBTQ+ communities then put this book on your required-reading list.
Fantastic Florence, it’s not your fault
Review by Rachel Walker, Primary School Teacher
A story is designed to be a safe space for children to see themselves in the story's characters and is an invaluable tool for parents and caregivers, therapists and educators.
Fish in a tree
Reviewed by Bodhi Hellesoe, Intermediate student
An uplifting novel that will speak to anyone who’s ever thought there was something wrong with them because they didn’t fit in.
Review by Becky Essery, Intermediate school teacher
A novel about identity, self-esteem, and friendship shines with the strength of a young person's spirit and the enduring power of acceptance.
Just work: Get s*it done, fast and fair
Review by Sophie Jackson, Knowledge, Resources and Information Manager
How we can recognize and eliminate workplace injustice, and transform our careers and organizations in the process.
Mastering civility: A manifesto for the workplace
Review by Reece Palmer
Christine Porath shows how people can enhance their influence and effectiveness with civility.
Out on the Shelves
Review by Kim Higginson, Information Management Specialist, MHF
An online resource collecting books and literature by rainbow authors featuring rainbow stories.
Review by Imogen Crooks, Secondary school student
A novel about about standing up for yourself and those around you.
Review by Maya Russell, Secondary Student
Award-winning author Alex Gino explores what it means to search for your own place in the world and the importance of having good people around you.
Reviewed by Kirsten Edie, Secondary School Teacher
This resource aims to develop the cultural confidence of NZ teachers in order to better support our tamaiti in succeeding as proud teine and tama Sāmoa.
The boy at the back of the class
Review by Shahin Najak, recent University graduate
Told with heart and humour, this story is a child's perspective on the refugee crisis, highlighting the importance of friendship and kindness in a world that doesn't always make sense.
The teacher’s guide to resolving school bullying
Review by Teri McMullan, Year 11 Dean and Teacher
This practical book helps teachers better understand the causes of bullying, and provides them with the tools to develop pupil-led anti-bullying campaigns.