What happens when go from losing 90% of your clients in the middle of a pandemic to opening a multicultural children’s bookstore and gift shop? In this episode Latina mom of 1, former cognitive science and gerontology entrepreneur, and founder of Mija Books, Stephanie Moran Reed shares the pandemic comeback story behind the multicultural and family-run company, Mija Books.
Join us as we talk about how this SoCal blog, turned online bookstore, that now boasts a physical shop supporting the Latinx community. Plus, we’ll talk about raising her bilingual daughter, her favorite books, and reminiscing about our late fathers. Asi que no te lo pierdas!
About the Mija Books
MiJa Books was created by the Reeds, an entrepreneurial wife-and-husband team. What started as a home library for their Afro-Latina daughter has turned into an online resource for others looking to diversify their children’s bookshelves. They want their daughter (and her future siblings!) to have shelves full of inclusive books with relatable and inspirational characters. And they hope MiJa Books helps make this possible for the children in your life as well. Both born and raised in Southern California, they are currently based in the “heart of screenland”, Culver City, CA, where they reside and operate their businesses.
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