Interactive Book-Webscene (CLOSED)

Looking for an innovative new way to ignite your child’s imagination and teach them about their world… a new way that engages them so completely that they can’t wait to go back to it again and again?

The Interactive Book-Webscene (IBW) has kids clamoring for more.

All this fuss over a book? Really?

Yep! Because IBW titles are more than just books. They use a new storytelling process that combines a print book with the interactivity of multimedia components.

IBW books also have extensive educational value – teaching and supporting school readiness, reading readiness, and beginning reading (i.e. inclusive of children ages 2-8 years).

Also, money is tight these days, and considering the current economy, you may be looking for new opportunities to improve your financial situation. Through a home-based bookseller program, you can share IBW books with others… and make some extra money in the process! The proprietary IBW storytelling process means you’re selling a product with NO COMPETITION… and you’ll make an immediate 20% commission on every sale! Head to www.IBW-Booksellers.com for more information!

Mama Monkey’s Review of IBW Books
IBW sent me a copy of Coming Home – KA Reader 8 to review. As a homeschooling mom, I love the idea behind this product. The reader was right on Zander’s level, so I had him read it Jace. At the end of the first chapter, there was a website link for us to visit. The boys couldn’t have been more excited about that!

Zander read the first chapter and we headed to the computer. A screen popped up and so did Hog and Dog, two of the characters from the book. The books got so excited! “Hey, we just read about them!” We watched the screen for a minute, then headed back to the couch to find out what happened next in the book. After each chapter, we’d run back to the computer to watch everything play out in front of their eyes. Even Lucy was mesmerized by it all. She’d follow us back and forth from the book to the computer.

Overall, I’m really impressed with the entire IBW system. This last year, the reading books that were sent with our homeschooling program were nice, but they weren’t enough for Zander. He is very advanced in reading and gets bored easily. He didn’t get bored with this book (may have been the running back and forth from the couch to the computer), and I am really considering using this program as a supplement to the reading books he gets for next year.

Want to try IBW Books for yourself?
IBW Books has graciously offered up one lucky reader their choiceof one of two IBW prizes:

  • The Busy Preschooler’s Guide to Learning – fun activities built around the 26 letters of teh alphabet, with step-by-step help to guide parents in how to use everyday situations to teach 105 skills their kids need before they walk in the kindergarten door. (Retail value $60)
  • THREE (3) KA Readers – beginning readers that use a new kind of storytelling where kids see an animation unfold at the close of every chapter. Dr. Seuss-like rhyming hooks kids on the fun of words. Online activities help parents assess a child’s reading and comprehension (Retail Value $60)

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Angie Vinez (2872 Posts)

Angie is a wife and mother to 8. Her life revolves around cooking, cleaning, laundry, and other household duties. She is passionate about her life in Christ and wants to encourage other mothers in their own walk of faith. Angie is active on many social media networks, loves technology, photography, and graphic design, and loves creating blog designs for other mom bloggers.



Comments

  1. 51

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  2. 52

    subscribed! wombatspurple at yahoo dot com

  3. 53
    Bakersdozen says:

    I learned that these books provide online support. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

  4. 54
    Anonymous says:

    I have learnt that they teach the 105 desirable skills, the patent pending interactive book webscene storytelling process. Questions are written in both Spanish and English.

    Dawn – dawnlschmidt@hotmail.com

  5. 55

    I learned that the IBW system uses 2D and 3D animation. How much fun that must be for a child when reading. I wish I would have know about the IBW system earlier this summer. I am working with my child starting school and I would have loved to have this system.

    Thank you for the entry.

    nikkidavissells@cox.net

  6. 56

    Normally 6-10 scenes on the computer and it uses a 2D and 3D appoach to animation.. It looks great from the reviews and the little preview on the site…

  7. 57

    They are located in Helena, MT 🙂

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