June 22, 2015
We’re down to the last stretch of our Kickstarter campaign journey. Only four days left, 231 backers and almost 80% funded, yet we’re still not quite ready to celebrate. We’re getting a bit closer every day… but we still need your help!
Have a look at what some of our friends have been saying about us recently:
15secTech Wk1506c: Suspend Chrome Tabs, Imaginary Friends, Twitter Lightning, Mac Tips & More!
by Amber Mac, Lara Killian, Jeff MacArthur, 15secTech
The days of seeing a kid get lost in a book sometimes seem far away when gadgets and screens are ubiquitous. This awesome transmedia Kickstarter called Imaginary Friends plans to integrate the fun of digital with the magic of storytelling. The adventure kits have packs of chapter books with activities that you can plan into your kids routines to weave the stories into their lives in a unique way. MORE…
Interactive books for kids that let you play alternate reality games at home
by Mark Frauenfelder, boingboing
Imaginary Friends is a series of interactive books for kids that involves online and real-world puzzles that parents set up. I just got a sample from the creator, and the art and stories looks excellent. I am looking forward to trying it out. Check out the video for the Kickstarter. MORE…
Imaginary Friends: Taking reading to a new level!
by Lara Wellman, Kids in the Capital
My son is an avid reader, sometimes it’s hard to get him out of his room. The pause between each chapter for an activity had him up and running around and excited to take on another task. (I haven’t seen him this enthusiastic about anything other than Minecraft in a long time!) MORE…
See what others have been saying too!
It’s not too late to be a part of our community and get in on the action early. Pre-order your Imaginary Friends Books today by backing us on Kickstarter now!
Have any questions about Imaginary Friends you’d like Evan to answer? Please leave it in the comments.
Tags: 15secTech, Activities for Kids, Amber Mac, boingboing, Childrens Books, Evan Jones, Imaginary Friends Books, Jeff MacArthur, Kids Books, Kids in the Capital, Lara Wellman, Literacy, Mark Frauenfelder, Parenting
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