Ready Set Go! Bundle
A Little Book About Activism
A little book with a big goal! This book aims to give kids the building blocks to develop strong principles of care, empathy, and community. Because you’re never too young to make a difference!
Courtney (Courn) Ahn is a Korean American illustrator and designer known for her playful artwork that depicts social justice, antiracism, and all things activism!
A Little Book About Bravery
Bravery isn’t just for knights and superheroes! This little book filled with whimsical illustrations shows kids they can be brave in everyday ways with what they say, do, and choose.
Rick DeLucco is a graphic designer and illustrator dedicated to creating only the funnest and happiest of things. When he’s not creating, he’s spending time with his wife and two children.
A Little Book About Curiosity
Curiosity is the path to endless discovery. This little book is just the first step to unlocking the magic of wonder and give kids the courage to ask—what’s on the other side of the door?
Jonathan Simcoe is endlessly curious! By day, he explores creativity through technology, and by night, he discovers the world’s mysteries with his wife and kids through books, adventure, and life.
A Little Book About Family
Family is special because it looks different for each of us! And no matter what your family looks like, you know you’ve found it when you feel happy and at home.
Stephen Green is a recovering banker and an average dad of three who thanks his lucky stars each day that he got to marry his best friend.
Edmund "Mundo" Holmes creates art that brings focus to different perspectives and stretches your brain. He loves to learn new things and spread positive energy and good vibes.
A Little Book About Fear
Everyone feels fear sometimes. This little book shines a light on the fear that keeps us from the things we love, honors the good things fear can teach us, and calls every kid to not let fear stand in the way!
Jelani Memory is a constantly curious writer, entrepreneur, and storyteller. He lives in his hometown of Portland, OR, with his wife and six kids.
Sharing can be hard because it feels like we’re losing something. But actually, when we share, we gain more than we could ever imagine!
Duke is an Oregonian designer whose sharing skills have been prudently honed by his twin brother and 4 older siblings. He would like to thank his mom for helping him with this book, among many other things.
Hardback Sizes: 5.625in. x 5.625in.
Printed in the USA
Designed in Portland, Oregon
Extremely well-written, well-illustrated. A joy to read to my grandkids.
Love these books for my daughter
This is a great book. I have had both children and adolescents read this book, and everyone has loved it. I highly recommend this book.
We enjoyed getting these books every month. Great gif.
Every month, we are all so excited to receive our new book and learn about a new topic. We reference them often to help discuss difficult topics. I love how understandably they're written!
Complex themes for complex times and today’s thoughtful children
It is a great book with language kids can really understand.
I work at a preschool, and this book was received so well at our diverse school! I was so proud of how they grasped the easy to understand concepts and watched them bond over their differences!
One of my proudest moments was when my 2 year old said, "A for is like a portal." This has quickly become one of his favorite books.
My kids keep asking for more of these books - they love them! Easy to understand for my 7 year old, very engaging, not too long. Perfect for those hard topics!
My 8 year old said, "I can't wait for the next 3 books!" And loves reading them outloud to me because the text isn't too much, and it talks about real issues
Beautiful book. My almost 2 year old & his 5 year old cousin wanted us to read it over & over the day we got it. Will definitely be ordering others.
These books have been so wonderful at explaining things in a way they understand. Not only are they learning from them we are as well. Thank you, thank you got creating these books.
Great read. Awesome illustration. Definitely a story to read to every kid out there.
This book (as well as the entire series) explains tough topics in ways kids can grasp and appreciate. It is essential reading in today’s society, much needed to create a more harmonious, inclusive, and understanding society. I applaud the writers and I am proud to share this book in my Free Little Library offerings.