New Book; E kaaro, Baba and Moren! First Release by Marro Press
The initial release from Marro Press explores immigrants and their influence in the world.
By: NorCal Press
"It's more important now than ever before, that we teach our children about the meaning of their heritage and immigrant cultures," said Robin Oloyede, Founder and Owner of Marro Press. "Coming from an African-American family, and my husband being a first-generation Nigerian-American, I realized how crucial it is that I sit down and take the time to introduce my children to their Nigerian heritage before the customs of their ancestors are washed away in the sands of time."
Focused specifically on the Nigerian community and learning about language, customs, and culture, "E kaaro, Baba and Moren! (https://www.createspace.com/
After learning that less than 25% of mainstream educational products were targeted to young, minority Americans in the United States today, Oloyede realized a publishing company needed to be founded for furthering education, not only on Nigerian heritage, but also all minority heritages today.
"E kaaro, Baba and Moren!" is a simple yet intuitive approach to introducing the vitality of heritage and culture to the world's children." said Oloyede. "Though Marro Press' first book is focused on a Nigerian family, we are already planning to release a collection of books in the future that focus on Spanish-speaking families and more."
To purchase "E kaaro, Baba and Moren!" please visit: https://www.createspace.com/
For appearances, speaking inquiries and bulk orders, please contact Robin Oloyede at Marropress@gmail.com or call 832-731-3328.
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About Marro Press
Marro Press was founded in 2016 by Robin Oloyede. Created to encourage confidence in heritage, embracing difference in others, and promoting literacy across the world, Marro Press produced its first book in March 2017, "E kaaro, Baba and Moren!" The publishing company plans to release many more children's cultural awareness books in years to come. For more information on Marro Press, visit: marropress.com.