Happy Kids Literature

Books for Everyone


What about you?

Happy Kids Literature

Showcasing Our Similarities Through Storytelling

Happy Kids Literature provides young minds with great literature,
to help with their everyday lives. And key to our mission is our focus
on appropriate representation of all ethnicities, which offers an
early introduction to the similarities we all share.

We believe an early introduction to characters and leads of minority
descent can lead to a greater understanding of the varying physical
appearances of humans – and, especially, the kids in class.

Adequate and accurate representation of separate ethnicities sets
a solid foundation for respectful dialogue between children and
adults of all ages. Our stories (told through picture books) highlight
the feelings that all children experience at certain times. These
include: going to school, feelings of fear, being happy, etc, and they
are feelings that people of all groups share – they’re truly universal.

As an uncle, I’ve been asked: “Why do none of the characters in my
book look like me?” “Do they also have family dinners?” and “Why is
my skin different from their skin?” Our self publishing house hopes
to answer these (and other similar) questions by simply showing
children that – while we may look different – we are all equal.

Our Storytelling Mission

Our mission is to create meaningful literature that encourages positivity and respect between all types of people. We help children understand their core values of equality by focusing on the similarities we all share.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be the number one source of meaningful literature providers for kids and teenagers to help them be the better version of themselves.

Dami Adesoye, Author

I enjoy writing fun, educative children’s books with a focus on depicting minority characters and scenes of cohesive equality. Despite training as a M&A and strategy consultant, I found that my passion was authoring positive stories to help combat the overwhelming negativity, and misrepresentation in our society today. In an effort to contribute positively to the coming generations, I started writing the Happy Kids Book Collection with the goal of encouraging togetherness among people of all kinds.


I read Happy Kids Literature before giving it to my kids, and I was amazed how meaningful and positive the literature was. I have been reading and searching a lot for my kids, and have never seen anything like that!

Jasmine Ward First Magazine

My kids are obsessed with Happy Kids Literature, and I feel so happy and satisfied that they are reading something worth reading. You guys are doing a great job. Keep it up!

Alison Green The ABC Blog

Happy Kids Literature is my first choice for my teenage kids. It is amazing and really gives good messages to its readers. My kids like to read it as well

Sam Donald Educational Phycologist

    Who’s ready to go back to school?! The first day of school can be fun or it can be scary. Every child coming off their summer break experiences a range of emotions leading up to that moment they head out the door for the first time.
     “What About You?” is the first in the Happy Kids Book Collection Series of educational books for young children. Handsomely illustrated, it follows the adventures of a young girl as she prepares to get back in the classroom with her friends. This rich and diverse book follows one young girl throughout her first day back at school, from getting on the bus to playing with friends. The theme of family and openness runs throughout, making this an important addition to every child’s book collection.

    “What About You?” is sure to be an instant classic and a must read for all kids! Purchase your copy today and let the fun begin.