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The Fly Who Flew to Space

Follow Flynn on an exciting journey to space to learn more about our precious planet.

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Nosh
by Micah Siva

Get a taste of the vegetarian cookbook for the modern Jewish kitchen, drawing inspiration from history through a 21st century lens.

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I'll Be The Moon

A Migrant Child's Story • By Phillip D. Cortez

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The Collective Book Studio is a women-owned, partnership publisher based in Oakland, California. We produce and distribute high-quality lifestyle, food, gift and children's books. Our unique publishing model creates a true partnership between author and publisher.

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The Collective Book Studio brings years of publishing experience to ensure that each book is unique and professional. With expert connections throughout the publishing industry, we bring sales, marketing, and distribution expertise to each project, ensuring our author's one-of-a-kind-content is widely available. Our team of editorial, design, and production experts can turn any idea into a beautiful, finished book that stands out from the crowd.

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Tali and the Toucan

Tali and the Toucan$18.95

"This book is a reminder that if we pay attention, we can find something or someone to teach us how we can step out of the fear and into power." —Dr. Rayna Savrosa, L.Ac, DACM Moonshadow Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine,...

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Mindful with Me

Mindful with Me$19.95

“Mindful with Me is a perfect road map for parents and children to share a mindfulness practice that celebrates life’s small moments and opportunities to connect.” —Georgia Bomgardner, PhD, Nationally Certified School Psychologist In _Mindful with Me, _practicing mindfulness with...

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The Fly Who Flew to Space

The Fly Who Flew to Space$19.95

". . . a beautiful reminder to embrace risks for the sake of discovery." —Kim Kardashian Bold and inquisitive, Flynn is a little fly with big dreams. Fascinated by the stars, Flynn daydreams of becoming an astronaut. School is hard,...

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Summer Mini Writing Quests for Teens: Dive in & Get Curious!

Summer is a great time to explore your writing in new ways. Without assignments for school, you can really let yourself write what you want, how you want — be creative. Some writers like to record what they did, others how they feel, some invent stories, some write letters, poems, song lyrics. Choose a dedicated journal, notebook, or pad of paper and let yourself find your personal writing style and interests. Remember that writing is not just for writers, just like cooking isn’t only for restaurant chefs. Everyone has something to say! Think of your writing as a habit, something...

Behind the Book: Patterns, Patterns Everywhere

Being an adopted female of Latin and Indigenous descent, I grew up in a family that looked quite different from me. This difference sparked a constant search for understanding. I was always observing, noticing what was different and what was the same. As a child, I remember noticing how cracks in tile created recognizable shapes. I loved to draw and write from observation, and I honed this ability to recognize patterns in the world around me.  This skill was useful in everyday life for things like finding the answer in math problems, predicting how a story might end, repeating positive results in sports play,...

Art Exercises for Your Teenager

As a teen, you likely have a great imagination and an endless reservoir of creativity. Whether you express your creativity through making art, music, dance, writing, cooking, or sports—yes, athletes use their creativity each time they decide to kick, pass, shoot, run, and even slow down.  Summertime may be a time you slow down and have relaxing days at the beach, or it might be hectic with work, activities, family vacations, spending time with friends, or a combination of all these things. You may have quiet and reflective days, as well as days where taking a break is much needed. ...

Celebrate PRIDE with Jonathan Hamilt of Drag Story Hour

This Pride Month, The Collective Book Studio is reflecting on the value that books add to the queer community. As the owner of a publishing company that creates books, it’s important to carve space on our list to amplify and advocate for LGBTQAI+ titles. Allyship refers to actions, behaviors, and practices. I am personally invested and passionate about creating a diverse bookshelf that represents and reflects my own family’s experiences as well. When it comes to my vision of the future of publishing and The Collective Book Studio, I would love to figure out ways to tell more Queer stories...

7 Strategies to Find Your Calm on Mother's Day: Let's Talk Motherhood with Jenna Hermans

Jenna Hermans, winner of IBPA’s Benjamin Franklin Award and author of Chaos to Calm, co-founder and COO of Be Courageous   In my book "Chaos to Calm," I share various strategies that help mothers prioritize their well-being amidst the demands of motherhood. Here are some tips and insights from the book and personal anecdotes for moms to honor and prioritize themselves:  Set Boundaries: Establish clear boundaries about your time and commitments. Explain these boundaries to your family to help them understand your need for personal time, whether it's for exercise, hobbies, or simply resting.  Self-Care Routine: Moms need self-care routines that...

AAPI Heritage Month is Here: Meet Rowena Scherer

Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPIHM) is celebrated annually in May to pay tribute to the current and historical contributions that generations of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have made to American society and culture. This month is an opportunity to honor the vast diaspora of people from East, South, and Southeast Asia, as well as the Pacific Islands of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. In celebration of AAPI Heritage Month, we are excited to introduce Rowena Scherer, founder of eat2explore and author of our latest cookbook, A Taste of the World: Celebrating Global Flavors. Check out Publishing Assistant Brooke...