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A reading resource for primary schools

Discussion in 'Tes Authors' Group' started by splinters, Oct 31, 2015.

  1. splinters

    splinters Established commenter

    Sorry if there is crossover with another thread where I have asked for feedback on developing the website as an educational resource but thought I would put up my website www.buddyworldbooks.com which is collection of books I have written and illustrated over many years. The site, as well as being a showcase of the books is an interactive world to explore complete with games and activities to accompany the books which can be read on screen in a static (3D rendered) form or as interactive flip books.
    There is a free tour on the site and I welcome feedback regarding the 'sample' section. Educators can also request a pass to try out the full site before subscribing. For the record the only income stream is through the subscription as I don't have an adverts, pop ups or external links making is a safe place for young explorers.
    Schools I have worked in have subscribed as a reading resource primarily for SEN students to encourage them to read but I have even found sixth formers enjoying the site.
    Take a tour here at www.buddyworldbooks.com

    Promotional video here:




    All the books are also available on iTunes and as ebooks from lulu, amazon, Barnes and Noble etc.
     

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