“Even the best educational computer programs and games, devised with the help of the best educators, contain a tiny fraction of the outcomes of a single child equipped with a crayon and paper. A child’s limitless imagination can only do what the computer allows them, and no more. The best toys, by contrast, are really 10 percent toy and 90 percent child: paint, cardboard, sand. The kid’s brain does the heavy lifting, and in the process it learns.” -David Sax, The Revenge of Analog (Real Things and Why They Matter) 2016
"We honored Earth Day today at the Northport Public Library today by Creating Mini-Books! Each student created a book that talked about the ways we can help save the earth. Thanks to David Wasik for his creative genius in designing the "Tabula Waza" blanks to write and illustrate their stories. I had a great time instructing the class." -Tom Stack 04/22/2015
Click here for an informative interview about Intellectual Property with Create A Mini-Book founder David Wasik and attorneys Del Vecchio & Stadler.