Share this project

Done

Share this project

Done
A wonderfully unique children's book where the reader can "turn the page" to help advance the story.
A wonderfully unique children's book where the reader can "turn the page" to help advance the story.
72 backers pledged CA$ 2,569 to help bring this project to life.

Quick update and some other projects you might be interested in...

Posted by Evan Waterman (Creator)
3 likes

Hey, everyone. Happy Friday!

The campaign is going along well so far and we're on pace to hit our goal! But that doesn't mean it's time to stop. All your likes and shared at still very, very much appreciated so please, keep it up!

In fact, I'm planning a little reward/contest for anyone who shares the project on social media so stay tuned for information about that :)

If you want to help us out, here are some links you can share/like/retweet:

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/evan.waterman.90/posts/10160890810590008

https://www.facebook.com/EvanWatermanComics/posts/1110897005753501

.

Twitter:

https://twitter.com/Evan_Waterman/status/1036975355695849477

.

And if you share on any other social media like Instagram, please let me know!

...

Also of note: Once we hit about $1,500 I'll announce our first stretch goal. I have a ton of ideas of what to offer and thought it would be fun to let you all vote for what rewards you want to receive! We have to get to 1,500 first though so lets keep pushing for the goal!

...

Finally, to spread a little love, I thought I'd share with you some other projectsthat I think are really great and deserve some support. Please do check them out:

Learning to Love Your Body is an empowering guide for girls to support the development of positive body image. In this book, girls are encouraged to view their body as an incredible instrument that allows them to do, see and feel. The concept of self-love is introduced and practical self-care tips are included to build resilience and emotional intelligence.

-

Poor Norman - A sweet little narwhal, Norman, has just succumbed to the problem of trash in the ocean. After miles of wondering through the sea, he runs into Muirenn, a Caribbean mermaid. She helps him get rid of the trash and tells him what it is and where it comes from. Excited by her kindness, and being free of the trash, Norman asks her to join him as he goes off to help others and make more friends.

-

     

 The Artist Who Loved Cats is a picture book biography of the artist who created the iconic Le Chat Noir cabaret posters. More than that, it is a celebration of art, inspiration, and following your heart to create a life that you love.

-

What Kind of Book Am I? is an illustrated children's book. The main character is the book itself. Book doesn't know what kind of book he is and he's afraid no one will want to read him if he doesn't figure it out soon. He enlists the aid of his friend Mystery to help solve the case. Along the way they run into several characters both wacky and wise who help Book shape his one of a kind story about accepting who you are.

-

Ready... Set... Guitar! - A beginner guitar book that makes learning fun for kids, with easy instructions & clear illustrations for children ages 5 to 9.

-

Asian Scientist Junior - A beautifully illustrated book series that introduces children to six noteworthy scientists from Asia. Each book dives into the life of an extraordinary individual—from a pioneer of India's satellite program to the scientist who discovered a cure for malaria. We hope that these stories of courage and conviction will inspire all children, wherever they grow up, to dream of a better tomorrow.

-

Victor VacuumVictor Vacuum was born from a love of vacuum cleaners. Specifically a toddler's love of vacuum cleaners. It's not uncommon for kids to love vacuums, but there are a very limited number of children's books about vacuums. Unfortunately not a single one is in board book form! The writer, Laura, saw the passion her own Nephew had for vacuum cleaners and wanted him to be able to enjoy a story book geared for his age focusing on a topic he loves - thus Victor Vacuum came to be.

-

Chin Up, Chinchilla -  We all have witnessed someone looking sad, but how often do we stop and put ourselves in their shoes? Follow along as one little hedgehog imagines what could possibly have made this chinchilla look so sad.

---

As always, thanks for your support and stay tuned for updates once we hit that $1,500 goal!

Brandon Nelson, thatraja, and 1 more person like this update.

Comments

Only backers can post comments. Log In