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Moral, Ethical and Social Responsibility
- We believe every publisher and author of books has a moral, ethical and social responsibility to uphold safe and appropriate content suitable for children of all ages.
- We believe in integrity, care and justice in the development of books, their distribution and that fair access be given to all.
- We believe in respect and dignity: in the treatment of books, the messages they deliver and of the individuals/groups/races of people whom choose to read our books.
- We believe in the institution of family and its importance in encouraging young individuals to read.
- We believe in the importance of education, the development and improvement of learning and teaching strategies
- Most importantly, we believe in children, their talents, their ability to learn and be stimulated by books; and their unwavering belief that anything is possible in the world of books and make believe - that one is only limited by one's imagination.