Spring 2021

Rebel Animals at Risk

Stories of Survival

Discover secrets, stories and facts about 64 of the planet’s most at-risk animals! An engaging collection of inspiring tales about creatures from all seven continents and the oceans of the world, plus all sorts of amazing animal facts, suggested reading and timely info about wildlife conservation, climate change and more.

Generation Hope

Youth can make a difference

Meet “Generation Hope” – the young change-makers around the globe who are taking action to save the world. This nonfiction book introduces readers ages 8+ to 20 key issues – including pollution, global warming, radical kindness, mental health and children’s rights – and the inspiring activists who are taking action to bring about positive change.

(Scholastic 2020)

Rebel Dogs!

Heroic Tales of Trusty Hounds

Get your paws on the tale-wagging tales and secrets of some of history’s most heroic hounds! “Rebel Dogs!” is an engaging collection of stories about 31 real-life dogs, including film stars with fur, hounds that love to help, superstars of science and war heroes. The book also features incredible fur-raising facts about record-making dogs, marvellous mutts in literature, internet-sensation pups and more. (Scholastic 2019)

Rebel Cats!

Brave Tales of Feisty Felines

“Rebel Cats!” is a nonfiction book for cat lovers of all ages. The book introduces number of real-life felines, including WWII heroes, courageous adventurers, a Guinness World Record holder and even an astro-cat that traveled to outer space. These are cats that are the heroes of their own stories. (Scholastic 2018)

Scotland’s Animal Superstars

True stories about braw birds & beasties

This colourful, fact-filled nonfiction book tells the stories of 25 animals that made an impact on the history of Scotland, each in their own memorable way. Featured animals include Hamish the Highland Cow; Towser, a Guinness World Record-holding mouser; William, resident cat at Rosslyn Chapel; Socks, the moonwalking Shetland Pony; and Sheila, a sheep dog honoured for bravery during WWII. Ideal for readers aged 8+. (Cranachan Books 2019)

Overseas Editions

Kimberlie’s Scholastic books have been published in 22 countries around the world and translated into 20 languages, including: American English, Afrikaans, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Persian, Polish, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish and Ukrainian.