Help us spread the word!
During the month of February, we will be giving away copies of our Series I eBook to public and private school (yes, you too, homeschoolers) teachers for use in their classrooms. While Doctor Leachum is typically opposed to giving anything away, even he sees the value of education.
We have consistently heard from our educator family and friends how Kingdom of Hamelot Series I: Menagerie of Murder should be used as a learning/reading tool in the classroom. With our eBook’s enhancements of audio narration, colorful illustrations, fun video extras and vocabulary definitions of challenging words, we agree!
And it’s just a fun, fun book. And fun means kids will want to read — and in that process, they will learn.
Our author Sharon Watts has long been a student of Elizabethan history and includes historically accurate details about the time period. (Whom did you visit when you needed your teeth pulled? Nope, not the dentist or even the physician! You need to read the book to find out!)
If you are a teacher and want to check out the eBook for your iPad, just drop Jen a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please send from your school email address so we can verify that you are associated with a school.) We will send you a link for you to be able to download the book onto your iPad or iPad Mini. If you end up liking it and your kids use it, that’s great! All we ask is that you let us know and share with your friends how much you enjoyed the book. Maybe you could send a photo of your class or like us on Facebook! Or leave a review for us on Amazon, Barnes and Noble or iTunes.
Why are we doing this? We really do believe that great books (and using the fun bells and whistles of the latest technology) inspire kids to embrace learning. And we are self publishers. We’ve financed this book ourselves, and we are working to get the word out there. This is one way of creating buzz and momentum. And don’t forget – Series II will be out in March.
So send us an email, grab your iPad and join us beyond the mist!