We work directly with our American-based printers to fulfill custom orders. Corporate partner integration may include a book cover stamp or a front-page letter with branding inside the book. We then collaborate with corporate partners to create a donation experience through joint co-marketing and shared press opportunities.

To discuss custom orders and corporate gifting opportunities, email sales@loodor.com

We work directly with our American-based printers to fulfill standard bulk orders, and we offer quantity discounts. Bulk orders of the books may be used for marketing, charitable, educational, or social responsibility efforts.

To discuss bulk orders, email sales@loodor.com

To discuss retail book distribution opportunities, email distribution@greennleafbookgroup.com

To discuss Loodor collaborations and storyline extensions, email info@loodor.com

We understand the impact an author appearance can have in schools and hospitals.

To schedule in-person author appearances, email scheduling@loodor.com

With a career spanning over two decades, Summer Nilsson joins panel discussions and podcasts as an American author, entrepreneur, and CEO.

To discuss scheduling for panels and podcasts, email scheduling@loodor.com

All press inquiries, email press@loodor.com

Nancy Harrison is an award-winning illustrator from Montreal, Canada. Her illustrations have appeared in dozens of magazines, 300+ book covers, more than 20 children’s books in 40 countries, eBooks and Apps. Her current series of “Who Was…?” biography books climbed to #1 on the New York Times Bestsellers list and is now a Netflix series. Nancy has been teaching for more than 10 years on the East and West Coasts, sharing her enthusiasm and experiences as a digital painter and illustrator. In her spare time, Nancy enjoys skiing, snowshoeing, biking, kayaking, and spending time with her husband and Italian Greyhound, Pixel.

Award-winning Children's Illustrator Blayne Fox illustrated The Land of the Pines. Blayne draws from the visual cues gained in her childhood while romping through the Missouri woodlands. Magical kingdoms and creatures imagined as a child from the native flora and fauna inspire her professional artwork today often specializing in animal, fantasy, and adventure subjects. Primarily self-taught, Blayne later attended art school, plunging soon after into her industry and quickly gaining the attention of clients including Discovery Channel and National Geographic Kids. Blayne is currently represented by Deborah Wolfe LTD.