Following a wonderful storline project at my school, the Primary 2P class teachers produced a brilliant retelling of Jack And The Beanstalk with their class.
It made sense to me to celebrate their work by creating an e-book using Sea Minor publishing (a posh way of saying I’d sort it out for them).
The children had the opportunity of participating in the design of a real cover, collecting the blurb and seeing the potential technology can offer them. It should also encourage some of the world’s Kindle virgins to lose their e-book cherry and that has to be a good thing. Most importantly it values their work and allows them to share it with their families.
The class has decided that any money raised should be sent to charity and that’s just what we’ll do. They’ll decide on Friday about which charity to work with, but it must be a children’s one as they felt very sorry for Jack in his state of poverty.
You can support by buying a copy (donwload the Kindle app first at the link if you don’t have one) at:
To see more about the work the class did pop over to:
It’s a short piece of work, but I know you won’t be disappointed by it and at 71p it’s a real bargain.