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Inclusive and authentic storytelling for readers of all ages.

 
 

Young Adult / Middle Grade

It Doesn’t Take a Genius

Inspired by the Six Foot Pictures feature film Boy Genius, this coming-of-age tale explores the intersection between self and community and the complexity of Black identity. Emmett Charles, a young, gifted boy, wonders—if he’s not who he always thought he was, who exactly can he be?

Mary: The Adventures of Mary Shelley’s Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Granddaughter

Angsty teenager Mary Shelley is not interested in carrying on her family’s celebrated legacy of being a great writer, but she soon discovers that she has the not-so-celebrated and super-secret Shelley power to heal monsters, just like her famous ancestor, and those monsters are not going to let her ignore her true calling anytime soon.

American Struggle: Teens Respond to Jacob Lawrence

In the spirit of Lawrence’s project, this illustrated publication features brief interpretive texts by forty-two singular young adults expressing how Lawrence and his panels speak to them on a personal, emotional level. 

Children's Books

A Journey Toward Hope

Four unaccompanied migrant children come together along the arduous journey north through Mexico to the United States border in this ode to the power of hope and connection even in the face of uncertainty and fear.

Love is Love

Based on a true story, Love is Love continues the journey that began in Love Around the World, and explores the marriage traditions of fourteen countries: Argentina, Austria, Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, Germany, Luxembourg, Malta, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom.

I Can Write the World

Eight-year-old Ava Murray, intrepid and inspired reporter, tells the story of the people, places, and happenings in her neighborhood, the Bronx, and her city, New York.

Major: A Soldier Dog

The incredible true story of a family that volunteered its beloved pet dog, Major, to serve in the United States Military during World War II.

Love Around the World

Julian and Fleur, who are getting married in every country around the world with legalized same-sex marriage explore the marriage traditions and costumes of twelve countries.

Art Books

Bill Sienkiewicz Revolution

Visual chronicle of Bill Sienkiewicz’s, 40 year career creating artwork for DareDevilLegionVenom, and New Mutants and other pop culture icons.

Bill Sienkiewicz Revolution: Limited Edition

Limited edition of 500 copies including 40 signed and numbered prints.

Six Foot Original IP

It Doesn’t Take a Genius

Inspired by the Six Foot Pictures feature film Boy Genius, this coming-of-age tale explores the intersection between self and community and the complexity of Black identity. Emmett Charles, a young, gifted boy, wonders—if he’s not who he always thought he was, who exactly can he be?

Dreadnought Legends

Welcome to Sinley Bay, a haven for outlaws hidden deep within the asteroid field called the Scum Belt. For “Mac,” Sinley Bay is an escape from her mysterious past… and the key to a future of fortune and glory!

Education

Grammaropolis: Meet the Parts of Speech

Hailed as Schoolhouse Rock for the 21st Century, Grammaropolis uses personified parts of speech and punctuation marks to revolutionize the way students learn about grammar. 

Grammaropolis: Activity Workbooks

Grammaropolis skill-building workbooks feature our award-winning character-based instruction along with various types of comprehension check exercises.

Six Foot Press

Six Foot Press publishes original children’s books, art books, novels, graphic novels, and comic books, in addition to narrative content based on existing Six Foot properties.

We produce content that champions Six Foot’s values and mission.

We engage in creative co-branding partnerships and collaborations with museums, universities, and other institutions.

We are a catalyst for company-wide IP development. We apply Six Foot’s unique assets and expertise toward innovative book marketing.

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