Author: Chris Pearce
Epub ISBN: 978-1-925516-96-8
Mobi ISBN: 978-1-925516-97-5
Published: 6 April 2017
Ebook available on:
About the project
We first did the illustration for the cover and then when the customer was happy with it, we did the cover design. We also did the ebook conversion and aggregated it on three of our usual vendors.
...continue reading The Great Daylight Saving Time Controversy
Contributors: Angie Caterson (author, illustrator), Glen Holman (digital colourist), Sharnai James-McGovern (editor, designer)
About the Project
Angie first came to us with a children's book (for ages 9-12) for a manuscript assessment. We provided Angie with a report about her book and some ideas of where should could go from there. From that point, Angie began a very long, but rewarding project. ...continue reading Spirits of Australia Series
Author: Amanda Greenslade
Illustrator: Caitlin Morgan
Enhanced Ebook ISBN: 978-1-925271-81-2
Enhanced ebook published: 6 November 2015
Enhanced ebook available:
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-925271-80-5
Ebook published: 19 November 2015
Print ISBN: 978-1-925271-87-4
Print published: 19 October 2016
About the project
You, Kifaru and the Mud Problem is our Managing Director, Amanda Greenslade's, second children's book. It is an enhanced interactive epub where users can input a child's name so they become the hero of the story. This ebook was illustrated and designed entirely for tablets, with no print edition, hence it is the ideal size and layout for tablet-reading. It was written and designed by Amanda Greenslade, illustrated by Caitlin Morgan and published by Australian eBook Publisher. We released the enhanced edition on Apple and the non-enhanced edition on Google Play, Kobo and Amazon.
Over a year later the book that had been designed for ebook was laid out for print. Some design elements needed to be reworked to fit the altered format, which was square, as opposed to the ebook's iPad-sized design.
...continue reading You, Kifaru and the Mud Problem
Contributors: Allison Jenkinson (Author & Illustrator), Glen Holman (Digital Artist)
Allison Jenkinson came to us with an idea for a new kind of ABC book to help children learn the alphabet. She had some basic sketches and a manuscript and she wanted to turn them in to finished print book files for her to self-publish.
We gave the manuscript a little bit of editing and digitised her sketches for her - converting the line art in to vector images and then sprucing them up, colouring them in and moving elements around to better fit the page. We also included a few extra images in to the backgrounds to help emphasise the letters in question.
At the end of the project we had turned a few felt pen sketches in to a colourful and vibrant children's book that really comes to life on every page! ...continue reading The Alphabet Book of Nonsense