Or, rather, it seems that we are there already. Friends of Need To Know Publishing sent us this picture from the Graceland gift shop. Needless to say, we are very excited. The truth is that the whole idea for the What Every Child Needs To Know series came from a trip to Graceland and the […]
We were very pleased to see a great write up on our books on the One Book, Two Books, Old Books, New Books blog of the Allen County Public Library (Fort Wayne, IN). Our goal in creating the What Every Child Needs To Know series of non-fiction board books was to provide a resource to help adults explain the grown-up […]
One of our goals in creating the What Every Child Needs To Know books was to help start conversations about difficult topics. Recently, we were able to do just that with Danica Davidson of MTV.com. Our conversation with her was wonderful, as is the article she wrote. She framed the interview around advice for young people […]
We held our inaugural book launch party last week in downtown Phoenix to celebrate our first three titles. Thank you to everyone who attended and who helped to make the event a success. A special note: The evening would not have been possible without the good folks at PHXBikeLab who donated their great cycling collective […]
The first ever news story on Need To Know Publishing came out today in the Phoenix New Times. Although the story – “Need To Know Publishing to Host Inaugural Book Launch Party in Phoenix” – ostensibly focuses on our book launch event next week, I think Katie Johnson did a fantastic job of capturing the Need To Know […]
Milestones here at Need To Know Publishing are bittersweet. We are unbelievably excited to be holding physical copies of our first books. However, these three books are a painful reminder that Need To Know Publishing started off as three. Three partners. Three co-authors. Three dads. Three close friends. We miss Robert. What Every Child Needs […]
We are excited to carve our little niche in the World Wide Web, and we look forward to sharing all of the latest and greatest for our little publishing house. In the meantime, if you have anything to share (i.e., questions, feedback, snide remarks, etc.), please let us know!