I firmly believe every student should have access to reading, whether they have access to the Internet or not. So, I have been brainstorming ways to help get my books into your students’ hands. Choose the scenario that works best for you and your students:
You have students who do not have access to the Internet:
Contact me and I will send you FREE copies of my paperback books, as long as you commit to delivering them directly to your students.
You have students who have access to the Internet:
- If you already own a class set of any of my books, contact me and I will send you a FREE non downloadable, non copy-able digital copy of the book you can share with your students. You should not have to pay for a class set you already own.
- If you don’t own a class set, you have three options:
- Mike Peto and a group of independent authors are offering digital flip books for $24.99 per title for one year for up to 300 students. You can find Alice, Alicia, Khadra and Camille and more novels by independent authors in Mike’s library.
- CI Liftoff is offering subscription to the E-Lit app with hundreds of titles and scaffolded texts. The whole library is available for $199 per teacher for 180 students. You can find Alice, Alicia, Khadra, Camille, the 2019-2020 Petit Journal Francophone articles, the simplified digital graphic novels for Alice and Alicia and more novels and texts by independent authors. If you choose to subscribe to E-Lit, use the code LAINE10 to get 10% discount.
- And finally, you can always access my books as E-books on Amazon. Back in the spring, I set the price to the lowest setting possible ($2.99) and I am not planning on changing it until we are all out of this pandemic.