Creating a positive future with Ethicool books

Creating a Positive Future with Ethicool Books – #readilearn

Today I am delighted to introduce you to a new publishing company Ethicool Books.

When I first heard about Ethicool Books, I was intrigued by the name and the play on words. When I delved a little further into their website, I was delighted to find what they were aiming to do.

The statement on their homepage says,

“Hi! we’re Ethicool. We publish remarkable children’s books about the world’s big issues, encouraging kids to make a positive change.”

I couldn’t find anything to argue with there. Or anywhere, in fact.

About Ethicool Books

Ethicool Books aims to encourage parents to engage children in discussions about issues such as climate change, ocean pollution, poverty and gender equality through stories told in their beautiful picture books.

© Stuart French and Teigan Margetts

As parents themselves, Stuart French and Teigan Margetts, the founders of Ethicool Books, realised the powerful role that parents have in educating their children for a positive future.

“Our little ones have the opportunity to create a different world, right from the ground up. The future is in their hands and if we give them the gift of knowledge and the inspiration to take action, they can create the world of their dreams.”

Ethicool Books.

But Ethicool Books are not only words. They are action also. They have partnered with 1% for the Planet, donating 1% of all book sales to that organisation. They are also eco-conscious and use soy inks in the printing process. You can read a little more about that here.

The Interview

Today, I have the great pleasure of introducing you to Stuart French, co-founder of Ethicool Books and author of the best-selling picture book Remembering Mother Nature.

Continue reading: Creating a Positive Future with Ethicool Books – readilearn

19 thoughts on “Creating a Positive Future with Ethicool Books – #readilearn

  1. Prior...

    Sounds like a good mission and purpose – and I read the interview with Stuart and how cool that he has lived writing since eight years of age.
    And when my boys were young – I found myself writing in the evenings too and it sounds like that has become his special writing time.
    Best wishes to Stuart and Teigan in their endeavors

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    1. Norah Post author

      I think it’s wonderful for children to know that they can make a difference, whatever their age. Thanks for your lovely comment, Patricia.

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