why The Little Black & White Book Project made thegoodedit
25% of profits from every product are donated to wildlife and conservation charities worldwide
Recycled and FSC materials are used to produce books and packaging
These books should last your child for years, as the use changes as they grow – from high contrast stimulation to learning about animals and nature.
Books that give back
Ruth Bradford founded The Little Black & White Book Project in 2016, when pregnant with her son. Learning about the benefits of high contrast images for baby’s development, and a love of animals inspired this beautiful collection of books.
Ruth’s mission is to inspire the next generation of animal lovers and conservationists from as early an age as possible. She believes exposing children to the amazing wildlife on our planet beyond what they see on their doorstep is a great way to encourage conversation, and an interest in protecting them.
Each book has a specific use in helping new born development and educating children as they go through multiple early development stages. They really do last as the use of the books changes from early sensory development, to learning animal names and geographical education.
Recycled and FSC certified paper, along with soy ink are used to produce the books and 25% of profits are donated to wildlife charities.
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