An exuberant ABC board book that takes babies and toddlers through the alphabet, one dancing animal at a time - from the award-winning design team Hello!Lucky.
Sabrina Moyle is the co-founder (with her sister, Eunice) of Hello!Lucky, a design and letterpress greeting card studio. Together, she and Eunice have been making sunny, punny cards since 2003 and now bringing their whimsical designs to bedding, fabric, and more!
Sabrina is author of Be the Change: The Future is in Your Hands, a guide to creative civic action and community engagement for youth, particularly girls. She is also author of Happy Mail, a book to inspire teens and tweens to send fun, creative snail mail. She loves writing letters and, with Egg Press, co-founded The Write_On Campaign, whose mission is to spread joy, creativity and connection through handwritten correspondence.
Sabrina and Eunice have three children's books coming out in 2018, including My Dad is Amazing, My Mom is Magical, and Super Pooper and Whizz Kid.
Sabrina is actively involved in her community, advising non-profits such as The Mosaic Project, The Listen First Project, Calvary Nursery School, and Living Room Conversations. She loves empowering and inspiring kids and youth, and teaches in the youth ministry at San Francisco's City Church. Sabrina lives in San Francisco, California, with her husband and three sons.
Eunice Moyle is co-founder and Creative Director of Hello!Lucky, a San Francisco-based design studio. She has illustrated the company's award-winning letterpress greeting card line since 2003, and her illustrations have appeared on products for Recycled Paper Greetings, Mixbook, Ohh Deer, Daydream Society, Paperless Post, Crown Craft, 826 Valencia, and many more. She is an avid crafter and has created the crafts Be the Change: The Future is in Your Hands, Happy Mail, and Handmade Weddings. She has also illustrated My Mom is Magical and My Dad is Amazing, and forthcoming potty training book, Super Pooper and Whizz Kid. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and two children.