Tuesday, November 27, 2012

princesses for sale!

I'm pretty pleased to tell you that this week you can get the digital version of my book, Twelve Dancing Princesses, from the iTunes store for $1.99!  $1.99!!!  Do I need to explain to you that that is like two bucks?  


One penny shy of two dollars for this:



And this!  Not one princess, not two, but TWELVE. For a couple bucks.




All that aside, I'm very happy to be included in a group named "Beautiful Kids Books".  It's a pretty fantastic compliment.



Plus I get like...I forget how much exactly...like 5 cents for every digital book that's sold. (Just kidding. It's probably less than that.) 




This particular promotion lasts until the end of this week.  If you should happen to buy it, I'd really love to hear how it translates to the iPad!  I don't have an iPad myself, so I've never seen my book in that format.  

An addition teaser for anyone who is already a princes fan: I'm working on s'more 12 Dancing Princesses themed goodies with Chronicle books.  Stay tuned for more about that later!

12 comments:

Ms. Dee said...

Oooh, excited about more goodies!

Nicholas Hong said...

beautiful illustration! love design and shapes of foliage and how ou illustrate for storytelling!

Fermín Solís said...

This is so beautiful. Love your work.

jennifer anderson said...

awesome! hope its going well!

lauren carney said...

I'm so gutted I missed this promo.
Your work is fantastic!

Aira said...

Amazing! I love your illustration :)

Bridgette Blanche said...

I was just looking for my own blog when I`ve found Yours! You are Very talented & Love the colors :P

pakoto said...

beautiful, as usual!

Gaia Marfurt said...

I love your illustrations! :)

Stephanie Gibree said...

Yeah Princesses! Congrats on your book

Joel Cooper said...

Hi Brigette
Have you had a look at the iBook version. I just downloaded it for my daughter. It doesn't seem to reflect the print version too well, the words have all been separated from the images which seem to have been oddly cropped. dissaponting as images of the print version look fantastic.
Joel

brigette b said...

I actually haven't seen the iBook version becaaaaause...I don't have an iPad! I wasn't involved in the process of translating the book from book to digital, but it's a bummer to hear that it wasn't seamless.