Lori Lite

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Lori Lite
Lori Lite

Alma materState University of New York at Oneonta
OccupationAuthor, Producer, Entrepreneur
OrganizationStress Free Kids
Notable work
  • Angry Octopus: A Relaxation Story (2008)
  • Angry Octopus Coloring Book (2017)
  • Sea Otter Cove (2008)
  • Affirmation Weaver (2008)
  • Bubble Riding (2008)
  • The Goodnight Caterpillar (2004)
  • A Boy and a Turtle (2012)
  • A Boy and a Bear (1996)
  • The Affirmation Web (1997)
  • Stress Free Kids Parent Guide (2013)
  • Stress Free Kids Curriculum (2011)
TelevisionShark Tank (season 1)
WebsiteOfficial website

Lori Lite (born 1961) is an American author, producer, entrepreneur and founder of Stress Free Kids, known for her works in the field of children's stress management.[1][2][3] Lori has authored 11 books and a curriculum. She wrote and produced 9 Indigo Dreams CDs which encompass relaxation music for children, audio books for children, and guided instructional stress management for teens and adults.[4] Her books have been translated into Japanese, Spanish, and Turkish. Lori appeared on ABC's TV reality show Shark Tank, season 1.[5][6] The episode aired on August 23, 2009, with a follow-up episode on Friday, January 8, 2010.[7]

Works published[edit]

Books in English[edit]

  • Angry Octopus: A Relaxation Story (2008) ISBN 978-0-98-362568-1

Books in Spanish[edit]


Awards & recognition[edit]

  • Her book, Stress Free Kids: A Parent's Guide to Helping Build Self-Esteem, Manage Stress, and Reduce Anxiety in Children was identified and ranked as one of the "81 Best Stress Management Books of All Time" by BookAuthority.[8]
  • She won the Mom's Choice Award Gold Status for Angry Octopus Color Me Happy, Color Me Calm.[9]


  1. ^ Hughes, Liza (April 28, 2014). "Stay-at-home mom builds business from her kitchen". CNBC.
  2. ^ Wallace, Kelly (October 7, 2014). "SOS for stressed out teens". CNN.
  3. ^ Connell, Sara (February 20, 2019). ""When you speak and write from your heart, people listen," an interview with bestselling authors Sara Connell & Lori Lite". ThriveGlobal.
  4. ^ Debolt, Andy (December 5, 2016). "Stress Free Kids – See What Happened After Shark Tank". Gazetter Review.
  5. ^ Ho, Rodney (November 6, 2014). "Marietta entrepreneur's Stress Free Kids update on ABC's 'Shark Tank' Thursday". The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
  6. ^ Kolodny, Lora (November 25, 2009). "Should Start-Ups Pay to Pitch?". The New York Times.
  7. ^ "Resources and products from parenting stress expert Lori Lite". Stress Free Kids. Retrieved 2019-04-25.
  8. ^ "81 Best Stress Management Books of All Time". BookAuthority. Retrieved 8 March 2019.
  9. ^ "Mom's Choice Award Winners". MomsChoiceAwards.com. Retrieved 8 March 2019.

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