A printed book is also a tangible item that you can sell at the back of the room during speaking engagements, send to media, distribute to clients, and autograph (try autographing an ebook!). Publishing your book in print is also personally rewarding. There is a tremendous sense of satisfaction when you see your hard work in book format.
> Christopher posted: “I am delighted to announce that Which One Doesn’t > Belong? A Better Shapes Book is in print and shipping from Stenhouse > Publishing this week. There is a student/home edition, and a set that > includes a teacher guide. I’ll be at Math On-A-Stick at ” >
This is one of the most common question I’m asked lately. With all the buzz about the exploding ebook market, it seems that some authors want to skip the process of putting their books into print.
Happy summer from the Educational Insights team. And if any of you have this book in print, will you send me a shout out? Leave a comment.