“As a father, I believe it’s important to provide education and promote curiosity for our little ones. I love involving my daughter in my work and energy discussions (she helped design the Kids Crüe logo!). Our homes are the places where things are taught and change begins, from acceptance and diversity, to faith, to kindness, to a practical and realistic understanding of energy. Children also have wonderful and curious minds. If you begin the conversations at a young age, who knows what spark that will inspire? After doing Kids Crüe, I was inspired by other industry professionals who put out children’s books (Kyle Wagner, author of Goodnight Drilling Rig, Tyler Thomason, author of What Makes my Night Light Bright? A Kid’s Guide to Energy, and Nancy Zakhour, author of Elissa and the World of Olives). I thought it was such a cool and creative way to impact children’s lives and bring them into the conversation at an early age. Also, naming the main characters in the book after my daughter, and my brother who passed away three months before she was born, was a cool way to have them be together in perpetuity.” ~ JP Warren.
To read the full interview with Warren, go to OILMAN Magazine.
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