"We want kids to be technologically literate, but we also need them to understand the value of personal connections," says Kate. "Little Bridges products prompt the kinds of conversations that help kids thrive. And the opportunity to pass along a little family history gives kids a sense of self and adults a sense of purpose."
"Reading opens many doors for children, but conversations give them the courage to go through them."
Meet Kate Jerome
Kate is a veteran publishing executive, award-winning children’s book author, and an intergenerational product expert who has created exemplary programs and products for children for more than two decades.
Her body of work includes 200+ fiction and nonfiction books (including Who Was Amelia Earhart?, from the New York Times best-selling Who Was series) in addition to multiple series done in collaboration with such publishers as National Geographic and Arcadia Publishing.
Science literacy (STEM) is a particular passion for Kate and she is thrilled that a million+ K-8 students have read and enjoyed her books through the years.
As an experienced product innovator, Kate specializes in turning research into practice. She co-founded a company, Little Bridges, which creates award-winning, family-focused products that are designed to foster enduring intergenerational experiences.