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Introducing Nicholas KosGei and “The Lights Above”

Squiggly Line Media is happy to announce its newest children’s book, “The Lights Above,” by Nicholas KosGei, illustrated by Bjorn Ansbro. The Lights Above is about a family that lives high above the earth and below the stars. Each of … Continue reading

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Thank you, Periwinkle Elementary and Bridlemile Elementary!

Read Across America Day 2014 was a BLAST! We had loads of fun reading and drawing with First Graders all morning. What a wonderfully creative group of kids! Thank you again to Mercedes Strowbridge at Periwinkle Elementary in Albany OR and … Continue reading

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eBook Damage Control (eBook Goodness will have to wait…)

So Squiggly Line Media’s ebook elation was sadly short-lived. What was to be the end of a long, unnecessarily difficult process is proving to be even longer and more problematic. After three development iterations of the ebook files, Lightning Source, … Continue reading

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Amazon Lets You LOOK INSIDE Dot Books!

    Amazon’s LOOK INSIDE feature is active for This Is Dot and Dot Wonders! You can now see the front and back covers in detail with a peek inside. Check them out: This Is Dot Dot Wonders ENJOY!  

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“LOOK INSIDE” Dot Books on Amazon – Coming Soon!

Soon, Amazon customers will be able to LOOK INSIDE This Is Dot and Dot Wonders! Squiggly Line Media has agreed to allow Amazon to show select sample pages through the online retailer’s “Look Inside the Book” program. And in the … Continue reading

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Why Books Will Stick Around… For the Kids

Kindles and Nooks have clearly generated support from a particular style of reader helping e-books carve a healthy chunk out of the printed word market. And the vast majority of e-books are just that, printed words. But a children’s book … Continue reading

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Maggie’s Story – How Would You Tell It?

With tenuous support for his new book and ongoing controversy, many feel that Paul M. Kramer has woefully missed the mark with “Maggie Goes on a Diet.” Regardless of his intentions, the fierce and widespread criticism is a sober reminder … Continue reading

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