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SEPTEMBER 28, 2023

New Stories about Courage, Acceptance and Nature


Explore story releases about Courage, Acceptance and Nature on Story Box Library!

New and upcoming story releases in October:



Presents! Games! Cake! Everyone loves a party, right? Well, not everyone. And definitely not Kit. All Kit wants is a quiet place to hide away from the noise. And maybe he’s not the only one… Created by Nicki Greenberg and read by Jocelyn Moorhouse. Watch Cats Do Not Like Birthdays.






Kingsley the dog has decided to get a job. This is not a decision to be taken lightly. After all, a job is a BIG responsibility. But finding the right kind of job is much harder than Kingsley expected. Read by comedian and actor Nazeem Hussain and created by Gabriel Evans. Watch A Job for Kingsley (release date: 11 October).





Read by actor and activist Chloe Hayden, this is a picture book for both Autistic and non-Autistic readers aged 3 and up. My best friend’s name is Remy. I think Remy is remarkable. Remy is Autistic. That means Remy’s brain works differently to my brain. Watch Remarkable Remy (release date: 18 October), written by Melanie Heyworth and illustrated by Nathaniel Eckstrom.




Hope is a kookaburra singing the sun. Hope is the emu learning to run… Let your imagination soar in this joyful ode to the world of birds and the healing power of nature. Written by Johanna Bell, illustrated by Erica Wagner and read by singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke. Watch Hope is the Thing (release date: 25 October).




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