Working with writers is the best part of our job. We get to help them craft their story and polish it to its best. Below, you will see just a few examples of our clients; these are individuals who worked with Kraken to build their best work. You will also find the books written by our founder, Amy Maranville.
Young Nia learns a lesson from her Aunt Geneva about the importance of the U.S. Census. She is reminded of the importance of the values of her community. Her aunt teaches her that being counted is a key way to make the community values of justice, freedom, and equality come alive.
A story of appreciated love for you and your darling child to share time and time again. No matter how your child was magically placed into your world, this book offers a wonderful loving message along with appreciated moments to be cherished for a lifetime to come.
Super Satya is ready to have a super day, including finally conquering the tallest slide in Hoboken. But her day takes a not-so-super turn when she realizes her superhero cape is stuck at the dry cleaner. Will she be able to face her fears, help her friends and be the true hero everyone knows she is? Super Satya Saves The Day introduces Satya, a precocious Indian-American superhero.
Unlike most bookworms, Bina doesn't want to eat books -- she wants to read them! But her brothers keep eating her stories before gets the chance. Now Bina has to find a way to convince them to leave her precious books alone.
Finding Om is an illustrated children's book that shares the story of Anu, an Indian African girl who explores the mantra Om with her beloved grandfather, Appuppa. Through this story, she begins to uncover techniques of mindfulness that readers can explore along with her. This wonderful multicultural, inter-generational story is sure to become a staple in classrooms and homes across the world.
Bindiya in India is the story of a young Indian American girl's first trip to India for an Indian wedding. Weaving together Hindi and English, the children's illustrated book takes place in the 1990s. It follows Bindiya as she meets her extended family for the first time, celebrates Indian wedding traditions, and creates memories and bonds to last a lifetime.
Though Shreya is a champion on the soccer field, the coolest scientist at her school and dances like a star, she just can't seem to figure out how else to style her hair. After all, how would she explain the patches on her head with no hair at all?
This story will start conversations about alopecia areata, self-love and inner-confidence.
Camilla is an avid young scientist who studies the Amazon rain forest. Her journey through the river is full of unexpected adventures.
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