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Guest Blog: Learning about America’s Presidents

3 min readWritten by former advertising executive turned TV producer, Toni Steedman Zelickson, and illustrated by nationally renowned caricature artist, Jeff Mangum, “The 45 Presidents” is an 84-page, large format activity book featuring a caricature of each president, presidential trivia, First Lady… Continue Reading →

Collaborative Storytelling with Kids

2 min readWhen I was little, I took stories my parents told me and added to them as I drifted to sleep. My mind would take a story and turn it into something very different. Bedtime stories becomes so much more than… Continue Reading →

How To Market Children’s Books

3 min readMarketing is usually pretty cut-and-dry. You have an audience you’re trying to reach, and you do what you can to reach them. But what if you have a whole segment of people whose attention you want but that don’t have… Continue Reading →

“Butterfly in the sky…”

2 min readSo, last night I found the picture below on the often hilarious shirt.woot.com. I was suddenly flooded with memories of my favorite show as a kid: Reading Rainbow. Sadly, I realized that, before last night, I honestly couldn’t remember the… Continue Reading →

Room to Create- Kids Can Publish Too

1 min readThis is Chloe. Her big sister, Mia, just published a book on Lulu, and now Chloe wants in on the action. And why shouldn’t she publish? Seeing your story printed is an amazing feeling. I still remember staring in awe,… Continue Reading →

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