Kids Can Press, it's 32 pages and will be available in hardback and ebook formats.
This book has a good message about inclusivity and giving people another chance as well as being aware that everyone can do things which they regret. The text by Lana Button is short and simple and scans well. The typeset is easy to read and the formatting gives a good and readable contrast. The illustrations, by Christine Battuz are done in an appealingly whimsical collage with hand drawn elements and include a surprising amount of detail which encourages a lingering look (or hunt and find side game when reading).
Four stars. This would make a superlative reading circle book, classroom
library book, read-to-me, or gift.
Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes.