TWIR: Seaver's New Adventures, New Author Website, and a Blossoming Partnership With a Local Non-Profit

Posted on: Jan 22, 2016


Our Imagination Reaches New Corners of the World

Seaver crawled his way abroad!


Ellen Fischer: Children's Book Author by Day, Web Savvy Columnist by Night

"The Art of Storytime" is featured in Knowledge Quest's January/February issue.

"Anyone can pick up a book, read it to a child, and be finished. It’s better than nothing, right? But it’s not too difficult to go from just reading the words to reading a story in an interactive way that engages both the reader and the audience."

Ellen's NEW website goes live, featuring the artwork of illustrator Laura Wood.



Award-Winning Title is Featured in Seasonal Showcase

Kelly Doudna's The Kids' Book of Simple Science is currently showcased on The Children's Book Council's website.

The Kid's Book of Simple Everyday Science is a Learning Magazine 2015 Teachers' Choice Awards for the Family Winner


Social Awareness.

Partnering With a Local Non-Profit to Teach Kids About Democracy

We are working with Kids Voting Minneapolis to create a buddy project event with 8th and 1st grade students around Monster Needs Your Vote at local K-8 schools. By putting free copies of this book in the hands of students and providing teachers with materials to construct a lesson around the book, we are taking action and following Monster's lead to stand up for what we believe in!

Click HERE to read our new Parallax story, Monster Goes to Washington.


Mighty Future.

Paul Czajak Has Been Accepted Into Hudson NY Children's Book Festival

StoryMonstersInk Magazine Interviews Paul Czajak

Read it in the March Issue!


ImprovBoston to Host Book Launch for Erin Petti on September 17th

Don't forget to vote on your favorite cover for her forthcoming book, The Peculiar Haunting of Thelma Bee at!

You can now follow her on Instagram @erinpetti

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...You can also follow US! @mightymediapress

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