Building eBooks Made Easy

Published in the Ottawa Citizen – Saturday February 27, 2012 – written by Vito Pileici (PDF) — OTTAWA — Skyreader Media is hoping to jump-start a fresh wave of growth in the world of eBooks. The Toronto company, which is a subsidiary of Skywriter Media & Entertainment, does its software development here in Ottawa and is... Continue Reading →

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Are book publishers frozen with indecision in attempting to enter the electronic publishing era?

I do not envy the plight of the book publishers in the new world of ebooks. The Problem - New Technology is Changing the Market Book publishers are being pulled in all directions as they struggle to come to grips with the new reality of publishing electronic books for tablets, smart phones and ereaders. The... Continue Reading →

Skyreader Media Brings Popular Book Alive on iPad with Interactive Features

Posted by Knowlton Thomas on TechVibes.com 2012-05-09 11:20:00 AM Best-selling children’s author Leslie McGuirk is teaming up with Toronto-based Skyreader Media to bring Pip the Penguin to the iPad. The ebook will feature Skyreader’s new draw-along interactivity built on the company’s proprietary ebook authoring platform. Pip the Penguin has so far sold 600,000 copies in hardcover worldwide.... Continue Reading →

SCRIBBLY STORIES: DRAW ALONG PIP

Published in Apps Playground, May 8, 2012 --- Next up is Draw Along Pip, an iPad-only app that costs £1.49, and is based on a story by author and illustrator Leslie McGuirk starring Pip the Penguin. Published by Skyreader Media, it features characterful cartoon visuals and interactivity, but also a feature called ‘Draw Along’. The idea:... Continue Reading →

Draw Along Pip rated A+ by Mogul Baby

Published at Mogul Baby,  MAY 20, 2012 --- I’ve never heard of the Pip the Penguin books until I downloaded the app Draw Along Pip to the iPad recently. Pip the Penguin has so far sold 600,000 copies in hard cover worldwide, and has been translated into Japanese, Swedish and French. Now it’s an eBook thanks to the development team... Continue Reading →

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