I don't know about you but I love physical books, especially with kids. A cuddle on a rainy day or a night time ritual with a physical book is great.
So why are books going digital? Like our kids, they are portable. Children often love Mom or Dad's phone and computer. When my granddaughter was only 2 she could find her favorite games and videos on Mom's phone.
Buying patterns are showing that people may start with a paper book and then will purchase the digital copy so that it can travel with them.
I wrote the Adventures of Stu series to be simply fun, giggly stories that let children make a new friend and have imaginative adventures.
UPDATE: Stu and the Aliens is now available in PAPERBACK! Here it is on Amazon.
One side note, my 5 year old (yes, 5) granddaughter said to me, "You write fiction. Stu isn't real." I stopped what I was doing, amazed. "I wish everything was nonfiction then it would be true." Evidently her art teacher taught them this. Wow, kids...
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and Have you ever wondered how a picture book is made? The first step, usually, is to have a story idea. Once you have created it you then place it in a template deciding what each page and text will be.
The artist creates the sketches, the color palette is chosen, then the coloring is completed. Sometimes there are many artists, in some cases one artist may do the sketches, another the coloring, and possibly another to place the text. Our artist, Stella Wang, is extremely talented and we love working with her. Once the images are created they are placed in the specific layout needed for the production of an ebook or physical book.
Do you like to draw and color? (check out our free coloring pages)