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Three years ago, Trevor Burbank and Alyssa Van Camp were working toward the same solution from different angles.

While studying International Development in Uganda, Trevor was struck by the dearth of Ugandan storybooks for children. Outside of their elders’ fireside-type tales, most of which have struggled to survive viagrabuynow.com/erectile-dysfunction-in-adulthood-the-main-methods-how-to-avoid-it/ orally, all that’s available for Ugandan youth to read are unrelatable Western favorites like The Cat in the Hat. He immediately realized that children in developing countries needed books—physical stories—in their native tongues, written by people from their countries and cultures.