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Category: Children

Nyasha Williams – Author, Activist, and Former Kindergarten Teacher

Nyasha Williams – Author, Activist, and Former Kindergarten Teacher

Author, activist and former kindergarten teacher, Nyasha Williams – who was adopted into a trans-racial family – grew up in South Africa and the U.S. A former kindergarten teacher and author, her picture book, “I Affirm Me: The ABCs of Inspiration for Black Kids” was inspired by the words Nyasha…
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Anne Geddes – Award-Winning Photographer

Anne Geddes – Award-Winning Photographer

We are simply thrilled to welcome Anne Geddes to the CWCW family. Australian-born, New York City based, Anne, has the distinction of being one of the world’s most recognized photographers. She is best known for her elaborately staged photos of infants, capturing the purity, beauty and vulnerability of her young…
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Ella and Clara Klein – Sandi’s Granddaughters

Ella and Clara Klein – Sandi’s Granddaughters

Meeting and getting to know so many creative women got me to thinking: why not start a bit younger – really younger? And so… I reached out to a pair of creative girls who I know very well: Ella and Clara Klein, my 7-1/2 and 5-1/2 year old…
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Revisit: Melissa Iwai, Children’s Book Author and Illustrator

Revisit: Melissa Iwai, Children’s Book Author and Illustrator

Melissa Iwai has wanted to be a children’s book author and illustrator as far back as she can remember. She has illustrated more than 30 picture books, beginning with Night Shift Daddy published in 2000. Melissa also wrote and illustrated Soup Day and Pizza Day. And speaking of soup and…
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Liz and Lucy Lareau, Childrens’ Graphic Novel Authors

Liz and Lucy Lareau, Childrens’ Graphic Novel Authors

Family businesses are nothing new, but the GEEKY FAB FIVE STEM is not your ordinary mom and pop partnership. Actually, it's a mom and daughter venture. 13 year old Lucy Lareau and her mom Liz are the co-creators of this graphic novel series based on Lucy's elementary school experiences, where students learn to make a difference. Their goal is to inspire girls to reach their potential and work together for a better world. We guarantee our conversation with this creative duo will inspire you!
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