Ride on Toys
So you've written an illustrated children's book. Congratulations! Now you're looking to publish your work on Amazon's Kindle Store. Congratulations again -Amazon's Kindle Store is the leading provider of ebook content, and publishing your work through Kindle is one of the best ways to be sure it connects with as many young readers as possible. If you're wondering what the back end of all of this interactivity looks like, we regret to say that it's not pretty. We know you've spent months or maybe even years polishing your story and your illustrations, and the prospect of spending even more time coding (or maybe even learning) the HTML and CSS for the Kindle format standards and testing your work probably sounds like a slog. And it was - until Amazon released its kids' book publishing tool, Kindle Kids' Book Creator. Kindle Kids' Book Creator makes importing and publishing your illustrated children's story on the Kindle Store fast and painless. In this guide, we'll show you how to install and use Kindle Kids' Book Creator to get your work out there for readers to discover and enjoy. We'll walk you through the process of formatting and publishing your children's book using Kindle Kids' Book Creator step by step, with plenty of tips, tricks and screenshots along the way. In Part 1, we'll walk you through the process of downloading the software and give you some insight into file formats and basic navigation. In Part 2 (the main attraction!), we'll show you how to create a Kindle kids' book from start to finish. We'll also discuss how to add base and pop-up text and edit the book's CSS and HTML. Then, in Part 3 we'll give you an overview of publishing your work on the Kindle Store. In Part 4, we'll show you how to find help if you get stuck. We think you'll find that publishing through Amazon is a snap, and all that time saved will free you up to focus on creating and marketing your work. So without further delay, let's start creating kids' books for Kindle!
"The Kids Only" guide to the Natural History Museum, London has been designed especially for kids to enjoy at the Museum and at home.
Sometimes we are flooded by our 'getting on with life'. But occasionally we muse about what our lives have meant and mean to us. This is different from asking the question, "what's it all about?." In trying to make sense of all this, the Tramping Artisan has taken the experiences of his life and just documented them, verbalising his feelings in this collection of poems. His experiences are like the ones we all encounter. They aren't particularly awe inspiring; there are no tales of daring do, climbs to unreachable summits, impossible battles fought or amazing wonders seen, no, only a glimpse of what he has experienced in his ordinary life and how this has shaped and held him and makes him who he is.
In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to win your dream job and be the first in line for a promotion.
Ride on Toys Articles
Ride on Toys Books
Ride on Toys