E2E children's books — FINALISTS in the 2018 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards

We were thrilled to receive the news that two of our latest publications have been selected as finalists in the 2018 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards!

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Congratulations to author Jayneen Sanders and illustrators Sarah Jennings and Diane Ewen!

Finalist in Juvenile Non-Fiction: Let’s Talk About Body Boundaries, Consent and Respect

Finalist in Children’s Picture Books, Early Reader: Who Am I? I Am Me!


As part of its mission to discover, review, and share the best books from university and independent publishers, Foreword Magazine, Inc. (@forewordreviews) hosts an annual awards program each year. Finalists represent the best books published in 2018. After more than 2,000 individual titles spread across 56 genres were submitted for consideration, the list of finalists was determined by Foreword’s editorial team. Winners will be decided by an expert team of booksellers and librarians—representing Foreword’s readership.

The 2018 Foreword INDIES winners are scheduled to be announced Friday, June 14, 2019! Wish us luck!!


Foreword INDIES press release: https://www.forewordreviews.com/awards/finalists/2018/press-release/

Full List of finalists for 2018: https://www.forewordreviews.com/awards/finalists/2018/all/

Finalists by Category: https://www.forewordreviews.com/awards/finalists/2018/


Find out more about these two books, and the others in our collection at www.e2epublishing.info/shop 

#NoMore #MeToo for the Next Generation

I say #NoMore #MeToo for the next generation. We can stop this! As active and engaged parents, caregivers, educators and health professionals we can help stop sexual assault, so our kids will grow into adulthood free from sexploitation, misogyny, gender inequality and sexual assault. How do we do this? We EDUCATE our kids — the next generation — from the day they are born.

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Kids need to know:

1. that they have rights, a voice and body autonomy

2. that they have choices

3. what consent means in regards to giving it, asking for it and withdrawing consent at anytime

4. that ‘No Means No!’ It does not mean ‘maybe’ or ‘I’m not sure’

5. that all genders are equal

6. that gender stereotypes are out-dated and must be challenged

7. that respect for each other and our diversity is crucial for a cohesive world

8. that empathy, kindness and compassion need to be nurtured

9. that as humans we are more the same than we are different

10. that we need to stand up for others when they are unable to do so; we need to be that person that says, ‘Hey! That’s not right!’

Start educating kids from an early age. Provide age-appropriate and empowering books and resources that teach these values. Model what it means to be a true, caring, global citizen. We can do this. We need to do this. We must say #NoMore #MeToo for the next generation and ALL generations to follow.

Jayneen Sanders is a teacher, author, mother of three and writes children’s books on Body Safety, Gender Equality, Consent, Respect and Social and Emotional Intelligence