Books and other literature to support your mental health self-care.
The Adventures of Natty P
I am Natalie Preddie: Mum to three beautiful little boys who already share my love of adventure. From travelling solo in my early years, to travels with my husband later on, I now capture my growing family’s adventures on my blog, social media and on Canadian national TV.
Kaya/Comfy Girl with Curls
Kaya Marriott: Canadian Natural Hair + Lifestyle Blogger, Writer, and Reader. Sharing resources, tips, and tricks to make your life a little easier!
Petite and Bold
A digital destination curated to deliver authentic content with a singular aesthetic.
A down-to-earth introvert and beauty enthusiast. What started out as an easy way to teach her friends how to do makeup in 2013 turned into a passion for encouraging others to look and feel fabulous with beauty tips, tutorials, DIYs and products that don’t cost the earth.
Fine Natural Hair ROCKS
My name is Lavinia Latham and I’m a human rights lawyer by day and content creator by night. On my Youtube and Instagram pages, I post fine natural hair growth, health, style and length retention tips to help people feel attractive within their own crowns of glory:
Told By Jo
Through my blog you will find content for millennial women ranging from lifestyle, fashion, skin care, natural hair care, travel, and relationship tips.
Catch the Falling Star
The entire Iris the Dragon book series is available at the touch of a button. Receive all seven (7) titles in the series in English or French E-book format. These books are designed to help facilitate conversations around various mental health topics such as anxiety, ADHD, bullying, pandemic related stressors, and more.
I Can Fix it
When in school, Josie experiences teasing and bullying from her classmates. To others, Josie appears shy or not friendly and she often gets angry when something confuses her. What they don’t know is Josie has Aspergers Syndrome. Facing numerous obstacles, she meets Iris the Dragon. With Iris’s help, Josie learns how to relate to others and develop resilience in her life, and helping her peers identify with the thoughts, feelings, and actions of one who lives with an autism spectrum disorder.
Skippy finds it very hard to concentrate at school. Loud sounds and even lights are distracting. She finds that daydreaming or getting up and moving helps her control the distractions – but in doing so disrupts the class. When these feelings boil over into frustration, Skippy’s mother connects her with a doctor where she learns about her Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). With the help of Iris, her mother and doctor, Skippy learns productive ways to stay on task and how to better manage her feelings when upset or angry.