Happy World Book Day Everyone!
On this day especially, we would like to share with you one of our latest website launches from a new company called “Everyday People Books”. We were really pleased to be chosen to produce their branding and new ecommerce website and to be part of this exciting project.
About Everyday People Books
Every few months a copy of their magazine will be distributed to nurseries and primary schools throughout the UK. Books can then be purchased easily on the website and delivered direct to school or home.
The thing that makes this company so special, is that all of the books chosen are from independent authors; hence their strapline: “Books Written By Everyday People Like you and Me!”
For signing up to the project, which is completely free of charge, schools will also receive free books and a wealth of support.
Teaching resources and lesson plans are downloadable in a dedicated section on the site and educational, fun events are planned for the future which will be advertised on their blog.
Is your child a literary star?
Everyday People Books are holding an amazing competition where children will have the chance to win their very own story and illustrations produced into a real book and distributed to schools throughout the UK. For more information please click here.
We think the website looks really clean, modern and is easy to navigate. You can refine your search by age category to make it really simple to know which books are best suited for your child’s needs. Free gifts and offers are also clear to see.
If you’re a teacher at a school and would like to sign up or an author trying to get your book heard; why not take a look at the site for more information? Let us know what you think!
Here at Iced we are a full service agency. So whether you need a website, branding, design, copy writing, emarketing, printing, social media advice or management, marketing or event planning; please get in touch for a no obligation quote! Tel: 01257 543503 or Email: email@example.com
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