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to increase access to amazing children’s literature that promotes diversity and inclusion, emotional health and well-being, body positivity, and stewardship of the Earth and our communities.

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Abra Foster, DVM, MS

She/Her/Hers

CEO, Co-Founder

"Raising tiny humans is sacred. And the impact we have on the world is directly linked to how we help to mold the leaders of tomorrow, our children. I knew it was going to take conscious effort to show my children a different world than I grew up in."

Ryann Foster, MA, BS

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Director of Philanthropic Partnerships, Co-Founder

"I feel that children should be exposed to many different types of stories, with characters from every color of skin, body type, and sexual orientation. We are all made differently and there is such a beauty in difference. I pray that we are able to encourage our future leaders to embrace what is different, stand up for what is right, and be the change that this world so desperately needs."

Julia Perez, MEd, BA

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Director of Communications, Co-Founder

"I believe the more that individuals are exposed to different races, sexual orientations, and genders the more understanding and accepting they become. As it is my mission to advocate for change, diversity and inclusion, I felt the best way to do so was to start in a place where children’s concept of the world is molded, in children’s literature."