CAPSTONE, N.J. — If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be a kid at heart, this interactive book about the process might have just the answer.
Capstone Interactive has released a video for their new book Capstone: A Child’s Guide to Writing, Reading and Learning.
The book, Capstone Interactive’s latest interactive book, is set to debut at the 2017 World Press Freedom Award.
The interactive book will be free for children under 5 years old.
The book will feature a series of questions that will help the reader determine how much time they spend with their parents, their peers and their favorite stories.
“What is your favorite story that you’ve read?” asks one of the questions.
The video below features two stories that illustrate how kids can find meaning in their stories.
The video concludes with a list of 15 ways to be yourself.
The author of the book, writer-producer Julie Boudreau, has worked on many interactive books, including a kids’ book, an adult’s book and a children’s game.
Capstone has a long track record with interactive books.
The author of Capstone’s first interactive book was a child herself, and the book is a collaboration between Capstone, the Child Study Center of New Jersey, the National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.