We're so happy you're here! Chances are you saw our feature with Texas Country Reporter and want to support or find out more about us. The support has been tremendous - and the interview was an experience we'll never forget. We especially loved being able to showcase how Round House Paper fits not only in our owner's life, but her family!
If you haven't already, view our feature for more! Here's a write-up, courtesy of Texas Monthly:
Round House Paper in Cedar Hill aims to tackle reading-level disparities by centering little readers in Black communities.
Growing up in a military family, Nicole Lightbourne moved around a lot. But her love for reading was always something she could lean on. Later in life, she started to capture her own experiences on the page, and eventually created Round House Paper, a children’s book publishing company. Her books aim to capture the attention of little readers in Black communities by highlighting characters and experiences they can relate to. Hear more from Lightbourne in this interview with Texas Country Reporter.