Keepsake Tales on WRAL
What a pleasure to share our story with the great team at WRAL. See the story here! https://www.wral.com/start-up-aims-to-bring-diversity-to-childrens-books/19253808/?fbclid=IwAR3KP8xYW721X8tqeiuU575_9UYvrulIYYSPvQXyzwBG4lO42J3w1Ll6puwRead more
The horrible diversity in children’s literature will make you cry. But you can help. Won’t you join our study?
There is a massive problem in children’s literature and not enough people are talking about it. Will you help us to start the conversation? Children with disabilities and children with...Read more
Interview with Dr. Joan Blaska (Inclusionary Literature 101)
We had been planning our first video blog for weeks and, boy, were we excited! Dr. Joan Blaska is one of the foremost thought leaders on inclusion in children’s literature...Read more
Keepsake Tales featured in GrepBeat!
We shared our story with GrepBeat on 8/4. We discussed how making the most personalized children's books in the world helps every child understand that they are one of a kind and intrinsically valuable. It was a fun conversation and we loved having the opportunity to get our story into the Triangle Tech News journal!Read more
Better Business Bureau - 2020 Spark Class!
Keepsake Tales was accepted into the 2020 BBB Spark Class! We are so thankful to have been recognized for such an amazing honor. Check us out on the Brunch with...Read more
Imagine not seeing yourself in the stories that you read. For many, this is real life. And it hurts.
What happens when you can’t see yourself reflected in the content that you consume? Imagine if you looked wholly different than everybody else that you lived life with. If your...Read more
You won’t believe how many kids can’t see themselves in stories: Only 5 children's books out of 1,000 include a child with a disability or sickness!
Last week’s blog post explored the purpose of stories. For some of us, stories are like candy, we can’t get enough! For others, stories are like vegetables, we understand that...Read more