Things Will Get Better & More Delicious

A collection of "memoirs remixed" written by 7th graders from the Boston Teachers Union School. Features 40 short stories accompanied by student-designed ink prints.

Client: 826 Boston

They Don't See What I See

A collection of Op-Ed essays written by 9th grade students from the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science. The essays explore the meaning of the American Dream through topics such as women’s rights, migration, gun control, racial inequality and poverty.

Client: 826 Boston

And Lester Swam On

Picture book written by Second Graders from the John D. Philbrick Elementary School about a leopard shark named Lester and his journey to find a home free of pollution. Illustrations by Cody Van Winkle.

Client: 826 Boston

City of Notions: An Anthology of Contemporary Boston Poems

A collection of poetry about everyday life in Boston from nearly 60 poets. Edited by Danielle Legros Georges.

Client: Boston Poet Laureate Program, Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture, City of Boston



STEM Book Collection

This three-book collection takes a look at the topic of food and its relationship with math, chemistry, and public health. Features short stories and recipes written by students from Jeremiah E. Burke High School, Boston Teachers Union School, and John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics and Science.

Client: 826 Boston


Water Carrier

A collection of poetry dedicated to one woman’s healing journey. Inspired by Solange’s A Seat at the Table. Features hand-written poems and illustrations.

Client: Nakia Hill



The Whole World is Watching

This poetry anthology features poems written by high school students from the John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics and Science, the Jeremiah E. Burke High School, the Boston Teachers Union K-8 School, Boston International Newcomers Academy, and the Rafael Hernández K-8 School.

Client: 826 Boston