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Think Fair Trade First is the first book fair trade for a young audience. In this story two kids are searching for the perfect gift for their mother. With the help of their aunt, the two kids discover the world of fair trade and learn about how shopping wisely can help improve many people's lives around the world.
Ingrid Hess is an illustrator, graphic designer and educator. The simplicity in her work is heavily influenced by her Amish/Mennonite heritage; the bright colors and patterns are inspired by art from Costa Rica, her childhood home for four years.
Her dual passions of design and illustration work well together and help her tell stories through pictures. Her research focuses on economic justice as a way to bring peace to the world and empowers kids to understand that they can make a difference.
Ingrid also understands how critical it is that all types of children are represented in the books they read. Historically children’s books have not done a good job depicting diversity. This problem is slowly beginning to change. Ingrid is part of this change.
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