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    Children at Johnsonville Elementary School in Liberia receive a donation of books from our 3-for-1 program. For every 3 books we sell, 1 book is donated to a child in the featured country.

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    Katia D. Ulysse did an excellent job of raising awareness of a social issue in Haiti that is important to her, while creating a unique counting book that can be enjoyed by all children. This book is available in The Haiti Series!

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    We provide literature for children whose narratives are largely missing from the children’s book publishing industry.

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    You can now purchase work by three veteran Liberian writers–Stephanie Horton, Robtel Pailey and renowned poet, Patricia Jabbeh Wesley. The books are part of The Liberian Signature Series.

  • One Moore Book Storytime brings our books to life through video.

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    Our goal is to make art and literature accessible to children who are rarely represented in the children’s book publishing industry.

One Moore Book publishes culturally sensitive and educational stories for children of countries with low literacy rates and underrepresented cultures. We provide literature for children whose narratives are largely missing from the children’s book publishing industry. The books also serve as a key to unknown people and places for all children who do not have access to cultures outside of their own.

The One Moore Book Store is a distributor of multicultural children’s literature from popular and celebrated authors, as well as new and unknown authors whose narratives serve the needs of readers all around the world.

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One Moore Bookstore is now open in Monrovia, Liberia. The store was created in collaboration with Moore Books, Inc., a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that builds bookstores, libraries and reading corners that serve underrepresented groups. Read more and learn how you can join the movement here.


One Moore Book is a member of the Children’s Book Council, a nonprofit trade association of North American children’s book publishers dedicated to supporting and informing the industry.


Last holiday season, we had a 1-for-1 promotion for Katia D. Ulysse’s book, “Fabiola Konn Konte”, a counting book about a young restavek girl. OMB partnered with the Free the Slaves organization and Fondasyon Limyé Lavi (FLL) in Haiti to facilitate the book donation to former restaveks enrolled in their accelerated education program.