Made in NYC

The Limited Edition print version of A is for Banana is proudly made in New York City.  We worked with eco-printers in New York City to bring you a book that is printed locally on recycled paper using non-toxic inks and renewable wind energy. $24 
Guided by modern design and principles of neuroscience, our books are designed to inspire open-minded, fun and creative thinking. 
Tricia Striano is an award-winning scientist. Author of over 120 research papers on infant social cognitive neuroscience, she is frequently called upon to lecture around the world. She is author of Doing Developmental Research (Guilford Press) and Editor of Social Cognition: Development, Neuroscience and Autism (Wiley Press). She obtained her Ph.D. from Emory University. In 2004, The Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation named Striano a recipient of the Sofja Kovalevskaja Award, Germany’s most prestigious award for scientists under the age of 40. She founded the Cultural Ontogeny Research Group at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology and the Neuro-cognition and Development Group at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences. In 2010, Tricia Striano received the Sanctae Crusis Award, the highest non-degree accolade that the College of the Holy Cross bestows on alumni. She serves on the Editorial Board of Infant Behavior and Development (Elsevier) and as a Research Ambassador for Germany. Tricia lives in New York City.
Pablo Rochat is an award winning artist and designer ( Pablo  was Director of Creative Lab at Tinder Inc. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Pablo Rochat was Brand Director at Humin, Art Director at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, Designer at Microsoft, and Designer at Matador Records. His awards include Gold SXS Interactive Award, Product Hunt’s WTF Product of the Year/ Golden Kitty Award, 2 Gold Addy Awards, 7 FWA Awards including Cannes Young Lion, Cannes Lion Shortlist, FITC Award International Poster Biennial. His work is often featured in the media including The Huffington Post, Mashable and Business Insider. Pablo lives in San Francisco.
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