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Morris has to move
fiction for children (ages 3-7)
A story about an unlikely friendship, displacement and environmental protection. Morris and Mia become friends after Morris had to leave their burrow due to a construction site. Now they are trying to protect the forest!
Home for now
fiction, young & new adult
Going away for uni, building a new life with new friends and new relationships – just to leave it all behind again as soon as “real” adulthood with jobs and responsibilities rolls around the corner? During an intense summer romance Emma discovers her queerness – but what is left of a new identity and relationship once you have to make decisions for your career. A story about the temporary homes we build in our early 20s.
Non-fiction for young & new adults
Bad first dates, online dating platforms, learning about new(ish) concepts like polyamory – while having grown up with the idea of a fairytale happy end. How to navigate all that and more will be explored in this book about dating!
How to be an ally
An interactive handbook
Non-fiction for (young) adults
This book is a first guide into Allyship: What is it, why is it important and how do I start? After reading this book a reader will feel equipped to move out of the paralyses the news so often puts us in these days and start speaking up about social justice.