NEW ACTIVITY BOOK AVAILABLE NOW! – Promoting Group Economics | Children’s Business and Financial Education | Nurturing Black Excellence!

Nurturing Black Excellence
From a tiny seeds grow mighty trees!
Entrepreneurism and Group Economics for Children
From small seeds grow mighty trees!
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Round & Round Activity & Story Book Combo

The Round & Round Activity book was created to accompany the Round and Round story book to give children a better understanding of group economics and entrepreneurism.

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What is My Baobab Learning?

The name “My Baobab Learning” is derived from the quote “From small seeds grow mighty trees.” The mighty African baobab tree starts life as a small seed as do our children that soon grow to greatness if nurtured.

The purpose of My Baobab Learning is to educate and empower the next generation of black excellence through books, educational resources, online programs and workshops. Diversity books for growing young minds.

The concept is to plant small positive seeds or thoughts and ideas into the minds of our children so these thoughts become a part of their actions in the future.

Jeremy Salmon – Illustrator, Author, Artist, Designer, Teacher

About the author/ illustrator

Jeremy Salmon is a father of six, a husband to one and a brother to all. He started his career as a professional freelance illustrator working for various publications and organisations.

As a lover of the fine arts Jeremy has exhibited in a number of art exhibitions and was the curator of his own UK tour exhibition “Lawless Justice” in conjunction with “Project Rise Up” and “Amnesty International…”