One Goat Publishing
Quality Children's Books & Educational Resources
We write and publish children’s books and resources that help with speech pathology. Our mission is to provide children with stories that celebrate diversity, spark conversations and encourage learning – so that children everywhere can feel seen, heard and represented.
One Goat Publishing is a young family with a big goal to help kids all over the world celebrate their differences
In our books we aim to tackle big and sometimes difficult conversations, give a step up to those who are falling behind and let every child know they are perfect just the way they were made. We aim to not make one generic book to please all children but authentic, inclusive books with characters of all races and abilities.
Dannielle is a Children’s Author and Doctor of Physiotherapy. She loves to combine these two areas by helping inspire children to be their very best self and try regardless of the possibility of failure.
She was inspired to start writing books to help her sons. Her little boy has a developmental speech delay. After 3 years of speech therapy, repeating sounds and words, and struggling he began to push back and not wanting to participate in his sessions, Dani felt there must be a way she can help him.
We are proud supporters of Australian Literacy & Numeracy Foundation's Share-A-Book (SAB) project. Your donations provide books to Indigenous, refugee and marginalised communities in need of resources in targeted regions across Australia.
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Join her in a Read Aloud as she shares some of her favourite books. Kids can have story time day or night if subscribed the the One Goat Story Time Youtube channel.
What do parents say?
Hear what parents have to say about how our books are helping children learn, grow, and thrive.
“My daughter has an intellectual disability and level 2 ASD. Her speech therapist recently moved away and we haven’t been able to find a suitable replacement for her yet. This book has been a godsend for us to help with her speech and she is also obsessed with all animals so this book has been perfect for her.”
“I loved the illustrations of the little goat and his garden. I liked the fact that the story reinforces the /g/ sounds from page to page to help the phonological processing of that sound.
I gave a high rating because I would use this book in my speech therapy sessions to interact with my younger students.”