Entrepreneur Launches First-Ever Interactive Digital Book Platform for Black Children

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BY   Kiersten Willis  |  PUB   Atlanta Blackstar 

Donna Beasley is making history. For the first time in the publishing world, a digital-first book library has been launched to serve Black and Latino children.
Her KaZoom Kids iStory Books released the first set in a series of eBooks by and for minorities on July 16. The authors range from ages 10 to 75 and Beasley, a children’s book author herself, used her experience from her years in marketing, advertising and publishing to pull it off.

“I happened to get into children’s books because some members of my family are educators, and they were often complaining about not having multicultural materials for their classroom,” the Chicago-based entrepreneur told Atlanta Black Star.

Her 6-year-old niece Moani was also an inspiration, which came during a birthday trip to the bookstore last year.

Donna Beasley
Donna is a romantic travel expert and travel writer who encourages couples to create memorable romantic moments, honeymoons, vow renewals and other special romance occasions in travel locations throughout the world.

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