Kids can publish their own ebooks using Book Creator
In a world of Zoodles, Jibjabs and Meepmorps, it is refreshing when an app’s name is exactly what it does. Book Creator doesn’t bury the lede, and that is indicative of the kind of app it is: straight, to the point, utilitarian. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun and creative. Let’s hear from the people who make Book Creator before we get into what I think about it.
For such a simple app, Book Creator is pretty powerful. Students have the ability to create and share books in an easy to use interface. Students can add media like photos, video, and audio. They can draw and add shapes. And most importantly, they can add text.
The free version has most of the features of the premium app, but you can only create ONE book in the free version (but there…
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