• Forest of Reading: Red Maple Non-Fiction Short Listed –Deal With It: Transphobia
  • Red Cedar Award – Short Listed – Deal With It: Homophobia
  • YA Dude Non-Fiction Award – Winner – Deal with It: White Privilege
  • OLA Best Bets Honourable Mention – Deal with It: Consent


“The book’s content is incredibly (and sadly) relevant, and I think that Transphobia: Deal With It is a necessary book for school libraries, classroom collections, and home use.”

— Rob Bittner, CM: Canadian Review of Materials

…This will be a useful book that could generate much production discussion about homophobia and its direct effect on the lives of middle school students.

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“In White Privilege, educator Catherine Inglis tackles the difficult topic of white privilege in a gripping and easy-to-understand way.”

— The Canadian Children’s Book Centre, Best Books for Kids and Teens

“. . . The sections of the book that focus on what homophobia is are actually very important aspects of the text, especially in our current social context where homophobia gets tossed around to a great degree”

Rob Bittner, CM: Canadian Review of Materials

“Ultimately, this is a timely book on a topic that young people need to learn about. Few resources and opportunities for explicit teaching on white privilege exist for this age group, so this book should be a welcome addition to every school library.”

— Mark David Smith, YA Dude Books