Award-Winning Books

At Pierce Press, we pride ourselves on the quality of each book we publish. Our authors publish books for children and adults in topics relating to sustainability, peer learning, creativity, diversity, and stewardship of the Earth.

Who's Hiding in this Book? By Sheila Cordner

Who’s Hiding In This Book?

By Sheila Cordner
Illustrated by Daniel Fiore

1st Place Winner of the 2020 Purple Dragonfly Award for Children’s Books

About

Who’s Hiding In This Book? introduces young readers to great works of literature and the authors who created them.

By celebrating a diverse group of voices, the book paves the way for a lifetime of appreciating classic books.

The book includes a “Become An Author” activity page for children and a bonus section for parents and educators with background information for each author as well as suggested topics to spark discussion with children. To learn more about Who’s Hiding In This Book? and to purchase click on the Visit the Book Page button below.

The Mystical Magical Abracadabracal Daniel McDougal McDouglas McFly by Sheryl Davis

The Mystical Magical Abracadabracal Daniel McDougal McDouglas McFly

By Sheryl Rene Davis
Illustrated by Eric Summers & Daniel Fiore

Winner of two Purple Dragonfly book awards, 2019

1st Place Winner of the 2020 Purple Dragonfly Award for Children’s Books

About

Meet Daniel, your friendly neighborhood environmental superhero kid-in-a-kilt!

What better way to make the world a better place than to empower youth to create their ideal future? In this engaging story, Daniel, our superhero kid-in-a-kilt turns deforestation turns to Reforestation!

The new edition includes more engaging activities and suggestions for home-schoolers & teachers. We can’t imagine a better way to teach children how to become an environmental superhero than to get them involved in caring for their environment!

Peeragogy Handbook

The Peeragogy
Handbook

The no-longer missing guide for peer production & peer learning

About

The Peeragogy Handbook is a distillation of practical, effective strategies, patterns and case studies you can use for your collaborative learning and work projects.

Until the advent of the web and widespread access to digital media, traditional systems effectively monopolized the pursuit of learning. Now, with access to open educational resources and free or inexpensive communication platforms, groups of people can more easily learn together outside as well as inside formal institutions.

To learn more about The Peeragogy Handbook and to purchase click on the Visit the Book Page button below.