When children’s book author Bryson Reaume saw the “book” his five-year-old son wrote at school, he knew there was potential for more.
— When children’s book author Bryson Reaume saw the “book” his five-year-old son wrote at school, he knew there was potential for more.
Reaume, a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur turned children’s book author, asked his son if he wanted to write a book together based on this school story and “The Woogilyboo and the Hot Lava” was born. As the author of multiple children’s books and founder of the eponymous publishing company, Bryson’s Books, Reaume saw the opportunity to involve his son, Lane, in the book-making process. “The initial story Lane had put down on paper was amazing, but then I realized there was so much more to the story in his little head,” says Bryson Reaume. “I knew I had to help him get it out and on paper. It was such a fun process and he is SO PROUD of the book he created with Daddy.”
Officially launched in early 2017, Bryson’s Books is a publishing company that donates 25% of its profits to community organizations and charities that support children and families in need. Their newest book, “The Woogilyboo and the Hot Lava”, will be released in mid-June to coincide with Father’s Day. The book will be available for purchase on the company’s website as well as Vroman’s Bookstore in Pasadena and Amazon.com.
Profits from the sale of this book will be donated to charities that encourage creativity in children like Inner City Arts. Set in Los Angeles’ Skid Row, Inner City Arts provides a safe place for low-income students to receive arts education on the award-winning campus. “I hope when kids read this and realize that a five-year-old came up with the concept and helped create a book, they’ll be inspired to write their own stories and share them with the world. The future of our world depends on our children’s creativity.”
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About Bryson’s Books
Bryson’s Books is a socially conscious children's book company based on the idea that no matter what you do in life, you can always give back. The company pledges 25% of its profits to organizations making real change in the U.S. From literacy programs and poverty alleviation to leadership and mentorship organizations, Bryson’s Books reinforces positive messages on and off the pages of its books.
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