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Ethicool Books
Ethicool Books Children’s Publisher
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Want your kids to love reading and grow up to change the world? Ethicool creates kids’ books that educate, entertain and encourage children to take action on the world’s big issues.

Ethicool Books is a children’s book publisher with a big mission. We want to create a generation of little superheroes who understand the world’s big issues and go out there and do something about them.

Our beautifully-illustrated, heartfelt stories will help your littles ones (or getting-big-ones) understand issues such as sustainability, climate change, ocean care, poverty, gender equality, and much more. All topics are explored in a moving and relatable way, and help start important conversations in bedrooms and loungerooms, world-wide. If you want your children to not only love and learn language, but love the world they’re in and want to make it a better place, they’ll be a story for them at Ethicool.

Our books are primarily for children aged 0-8, but they also make a great addition to your coffee table collection. They’re also a memorable gift for that special little someone in your life who you know is going to grow up and make a difference.

As a children’s book publisher, we also welcome submissions from authors and illustrators.

Ethicool kids' books
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Ginnie & Pinney “Learn and Grow”
Ginnie & Pinney by Penny Harris
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Ginnie & Pinney is an 8 book series with animated videos based on the Australian Early Years Learning Framework and written to encourage ethical thinking, empathy and EQ.
The series was selected by the Finnish Educational Org., HundrED as one of a hundred most innovative educational programs across 37 countries for 2019.

The books were also selected as a recommended resource by the Victorian Dept. of Education and Training for 2020.

Series Overview: 

A delightful series featuring Ginnie & Pinney and their friends. Their daily social interactions, concerns and decisions pose dilemmas that model positive self-identity and behaviours: selflessness, persistence, sharing, inclusiveness, responsibility, accepting difference and learning to say sorry.

Ginnie & Pinney ‘Learn & Grow’ is an innovative, award winning series helping young children develop social and emotional wellbeing, empathy and ethical thinking. It includes eight animated videos and a teacher resource. Questions online assist in stimulating dialectic reading and lively discussion between adult and child.
‘We will be donating 5% of our 2020 net sales at the end of the year, December 2020 to Animals Australia and WIRES. We feel strongly that supporting organisations in time of extraordinary need demonstrates that we put into practice empathy and ethical behaviour. We will post the receipts on our social media at the time we make the donations.’

With their delightful characters, engaging stories and whimsical approach, the Ginnie & Pinney Learn & Grow series of books and videos will encourage ethical thinking, empathy and emotional intelligence in young children.

 

Ginnie & Pinney is:

An engaging and award-winning series comprising an 8-book set, free animated videos accessible by QR Code, and an extensive teacher resource. Each title is also available separately.

Designed to stimulate lively discussion & deep thinking about social and emotional themes suitable for all levels of readiness.

Developed by an award-winning writer and animator, in consultation with Australian experts in education, linguistics and psychology. Trialled in schools.

Awarded as a HundrED 2019 innovator. Selected from across 39 countries by HundrED’s international panel of educators, academics and young people as one in 100 innovative educational programs.

Features nine characters whose ethical dilemmas replicate those daily decisions children face across the world and will stimulate lively discussion, ethical thinking and emotional development between adult and child.

Based on learning outcomes from Australian Government Frameworks aligning with Social and Emotional Learning (which are relevant across the globe).

Developed to support the Australian Curriculum – Ethical Understanding and Personal and Social Capabilities including Health and Wellbeing and Being Healthy, Safe and Active (F-2).

Developed within the Principles of, and to support the Learning Outcomes of the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.

Simulates dialectic reading.

About the Author:

Penny Harris is a multi-national and international award-winning animator, author and multi-media developer. She has worked with the Australian Children’s Television Foundation, Film Victoria as well as a number of Australian universities and institutions.

About the Illustrator and digital media designer:

Winnie Zhou has a Masters of Multimedia Design from Monash University and is a talented illustrator and multimedia developer. Winnie lives in Melbourne and has worked closely with Penny to develop the series.

FYI, Volume 22 Number 1 Summer 2018; JPS No. 5 Vol. 2
PO Box 398, Camberwell, Victoria, 3124
0418998777
Ruby Lane
Ruby Lane by RJ Simon
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Ruby is overexcited again, she’s allowed to stay up late, reading adventure stories and playing dress-ups with her cat. But when things get out of control she decides that helping a crazy pirate cat return a malfunctioning book is the only way forward…

The first story in RJ Simon’s fictional series for middle graders, Ruby Lane, was published mid 2017. It’s a fun adventure story for children and adults who enjoy middle grade reads.
RJ Simon is a multidisciplinary artist and a published illustrator/author and a member of the Society for Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, the Australian Society of Authors, and the Children’s Book Council of Australia. She lives in the Australian bush with her husband, their daughters, and lots of cats! RJ enjoys inspiring people to unlock their own personal brand of creativity, to dream big, and to laugh heartily.
To find out more about Ruby Lane visit RJ’s website, twitter or the Ruby Lane Facebook page…

“What more can a reader want than an exhilarating rollick, especially as there truly is something for everyone…” – Emma Mactaggart
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Tara QLD, 4421