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#129 – How to Create an iBook for Apple’s iBookstore with iBooks Author

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In today’s episode you’ll hear

In today’s interview you’ll hear

Sarah takes me through a tour of iBooks Author – it’s so exciting what we can do with this!

Accolades for Beware Mme la Guillotine!
World Youth and Student Travel Conference Top 10 2012 Travel App 
School Library Journal Top 10 2011 App!
TeachersWithApps Top Ten Tried & True Classroom App!

Win a copy of Sarah’s eBook – watch this video!

 

 

…and that’s How to Create an iBook for Apple’s iBookstore with iBooks Author

6 Responses to #129 – How to Create an iBook for Apple’s iBookstore with iBooks Author

  1. Melissa Guion says:

    Wow! Thanks for including Baby Penguins Everywhere in your podcast!!
    And I really enjoyed the piece about Sarah Towle’s app. I took my daughter to Paris last spring and based on our experience I can definitely see its value, especially as she gets older. I’m going to get it right now!

  2. Julie Hedlund says:

    What an amazing interview – not that I am surprised. Sarah is the real deal – pioneering the way for the rest of us luddites. The app is phenomenal and now that I’ve seen the iBook, I can say that is phenomenal too. I learned loads listening to this episode!

  3. Sarah Towle says:

    Dear Katie,

    Thanks so much for having me on the podcast. It was a gas!

    And thanks so much for introducing me to Baby Penguins Everywhere – great book, Melissa! Bravo!

    Thanks, too, to Julie Hedlund for the wonderful shout out (I must say, I’m jealous that you two get to talk to each other every day ;)

    Wishing you and the show all future best and looking forward to the next time!

    May the muse be with you,
    Sarah

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