Positive Spin Press

Positive Spin Press exists to offer parents and children a happy, logical, fun explanation of holidays and other events that are meaningful for children, but not very well explained by common culture.
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Positive Spin Press, was started by husband and wife team Lisa Sferlazza Johnson and Tucker Johnson, was founded upon two principles: helping children understand the world they live in, and creating a positive way for them to learn about it. Do we really need to explain the Feast of the Dead to our 3 year olds who want to know why they're dressing up? Is that even the real story of Halloween? And why are there two entirely disparate Christmas stories? One featuring Santa, and the other Jesus? The list goes on. We think offering context that makes holidays more meaningful for families can add to the joy of growing up and being a part of humanity.

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