Wildberry Ink was founded on a desire to bring awareness of societal inequities to help develop socially-conscious minds. We believe that children and adults can explore life and its fruit together through these stories that can lead to teachable and life-changing moments.
We set out in 2014 to create picture books that explore themes that derive from societal concerns that impact us all. We’re not just committed to creating quality books, but we also feel a responsibility to positively influence lives, broaden perspectives of readers, families, schools & communities and inspire others to do the same -- to make the world a better place with one story at a time.
About Naomi Lau
Naomi Lau is the Founder and Chief Storyteller at San Francisco-based independent publisher Wildberry Ink. She is a book creator, former teacher and business consultant. She creates stories about life’s fruit, integrating diversity and heart values for meaningful learning. She is creator of her own four children's picture books, Commander Charlee: In Search of a Space Crew, Gobbles: Troubles with Turkeys, Winter Melon Story, & The Village of the Trees. Naomi now focuses on publishing, collaborating with authors and illustrators to bring to life their ideas on book projects. She holds a Master of Arts in Instructional Technology & Media from Columbia University in New York and a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Mathematics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.