Famed for her fun and educational adventures, The Amazing Zoe stories follow a brilliant, kind and curious little girl by the same name through relatable experiences. Discover 'real-life', relatable scenarios that offer practical solutions. For children 0-8+ years. Get the complete series!
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Grandma’s Memory Box
Features Loveable Characters and Colorful Illustrations With a Valuable Story
Perfect For Both Boys and Girls Aged 0-9+ years
Helps Teach Kids About Aging and Neurodegenerative Diseases
Ideal For Any Family With Older Relatives Suffering From Forgetfulness or Alzheimer’s Disease
And So Much More…
Great as a gift for your child, grandchild, niece or nephew, Grandma’s Memory Box is an invaluable story that will soon become a cherished part of your bookshelf.
A Queen Like Me
What would you do if your child came home crying because others didn’t see them the same or think they were able to do the same things?
As you read this story with your child they will learn:
Our unique appearances do not limit what we can do or who we can be
Unfair treatment can be handled in a kind and peaceful way
We focus on the heart of the person, not what they look like
Join Zoe on her latest real-life adventure. You’re sure to be warmed at heart by this lovely story of how people are more the same than we appear on the outside!
*If you are looking for new and interesting ways to celebrate Black History Month, this story also pairs well with our Black History 365 experience. Author of the book, Valene Campbell offers a dynamic in-person/virtual read-aloud and diversity presentation and it is also paired beautifully with an exhilarating African-heritage dance-along for a certified dance/exercise instructor. Perfect for students ages K-grade 6. Learn more.
The Germie Germlins Are Attacking… Is There Anything YOU Can Do To Defeat Them? Zoe Has The Answer!
A fun, highly relatable story
Age-appropriate treatment of complex topics
Cute illustrations that your children will LOVE
A strong and smart little girl as the main character, who is a person of colour (diversity matters)